Coronavirus

Philly Should Quit Cheap Meat

Coronavirus fully exposed the evils of American factory farming — an industry this cheap-meat-loving town can no longer ignore.


Coronavirus

Philly’s Pizza Speakeasy Was Never Meant to Last

Food & Drink

Soft-Shell Crabs Will Transport You to the Summer You Wish You Were Having

Food & Drink

Marc Vetri’s Next Act: A Red Sauce Joint in … Japan

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News

Rittenhouse Gets a Dim Sum House

The beloved Dim Sum House in University City opens its second location in the old Jane G’s space in Rittenhouse.

Guides

The Foobooz Guide to Ordering Delivery in Philly

Here’s what you need to know to get the best food in Philly delivered to your door, responsibly.

Restaurant Reviews

Cicala at the Divine Lorraine Isn’t This Good by Accident

It’s exactly the restaurant it needs to be, exactly the restaurant it wants to be. And it’s not chance or good fortune that makes it that way.

Drink

You Can’t Just Call Yourself a Dive Bar

There are many great things about Wine Dive on South Street. Its name isn’t one of them.

News

Stephen Starr Is Opening a Mexican Restaurant in Fishtown

LMNO is expected to open sometime this spring on Front Street with an outdoor patio and cocktail lounge.

Guides

All the Tomato Pie You Should Be Eating in Philadelphia Right Now

Whether you call it gravy pie, church pie, or tomato pie, these are some of the best bakeries and pizzerias making it in and around Philly.


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Where to Order Takeout and Delivery During the Coronavirus Shutdown

Where to Order Takeout and Delivery During the Coronavirus Shutdown

How to eat at your favorite Philly restaurant without dining in.


News

Primal Supply Hired a Chef. Here’s What That Means For You.

Primal Supply’s Heather Thomason brought on Damon Menapace to handle prepared foods, culinary events and much more.

News

Marc Vetri’s New Pasta Restaurant Is Finally Here

And you can actually eat there without spending $300.

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Food

Are Philly’s All-Day Cafes Built to Last?

Last year, all Plenty Cafe locations closed, and Hungry Pigeon announced it would be dinner-only during the week. Are morning-to-night restaurants too hard to sustain?

News

Townsend in East Passyunk Returns as a Wine Bar

Tod Wentz is reopening the old Townsend on East Passyunk Avenue as a French-focused wine bar.

Guides

The Foobooz Guide to an Actually Fun, Delicious Valentine’s Day

A last-minute guide for the happily in love, the bitterly single and everyone in between.

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50 Best Restaurants

50 Best Restaurants


Interviews

Where to Eat On Your Monday Off, According to Philly Chefs

If you’re lucky enough to have a long weekend coming up, here are the best spots to go on your extra lazy day, according to the chefs who love them.

Recs

Every Dish You Should Be Eating This Month

Porchetta sandwiches, Korean fried chicken in Pottstown, and a burger that, for sure, comes with a nap.

Advice

Ask the Editor: Why Is Ordering Water So Confusing Now?

It used to just be “still, sparkling or tap.” Now it isn’t.

TV

The Philly Episode of No Passport Required Is Kind of a Bummer

In 2020, when different voices matter more than ever before, we get more of the same.

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