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Winter Is Going to Gut the Philly Restaurant Scene

Let’s not fool ourselves. The only way independent restaurants can survive the winter is with government assistance. 


Where to Eat Pho in Philly: The Ultimate Guide

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Philly Dive Bar Doobies Raises More than $27,000 In Two Days to Save Itself from Closing


A Philadelphian’s Guide to Vineyard Hopping

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Di Bruno Bros. Is Facing Backlash From Its Own Employees and the Philadelphia Police

The iconic Philly market faced criticism from its staff on Wednesday for offering free lunches to on-duty police officers. They have since revoked the policy and apologized, angering police.


Philadelphia Black-Owned Restaurants You Can Order From Right Now

Support Philly’s black-owned businesses — restaurants included.

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Hungry Pigeon Chef Scott Schroeder In Hot Water Over “Black America” Comments

“I fucked up,” Schroeder told us, later emailing a statement, which appears here in its entirety.

Philly’s Pizza Speakeasy Was Never Meant to Last

Joe and Angela Cicala’s illicit backyard pizzeria showed the best of Philly’s resilient spirit, even in the worst of times.


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

The best seafood of the season is hitting menus right now, and we’ve got all the info on where to find it.


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

One of Philly’s greatest Italian chefs is expanding to Kyoto. What does that mean for his home city?

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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.

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.


Where to Find To-Go Cocktails in Philly, Now That It’s Legal

Now that it’s finally legal, here’s where you can pick up manhattans, margaritas, piña coladas, house specials, and more.


Order In: Omar Tate Is Reimagining His New York City Pop-Up in Philadelphia

Acclaimed Honeysuckle Pop-Up is now operating out of South Philly Barbacoa. Omar Tate talks about takeout, inspiration, and his long-term plans for Philadelphia.


Saté Kampar Closes in East Passyunk

As coronavirus shutters restaurants across the country, one of Philly’s best restaurants is closing for a different reason.

What I Miss Most About Restaurants Is Trying New Things

It was time for me to get out of my comfort food rut. Maybe you should, too.

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50 Best Restaurants

50 Best Restaurants

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Video Chats With Philly Chefs Are Being Auctioned Off to Benefit Immigrant Workers

Ask Chefs Anything lands in Philly, giving you face-to-face access to the city’s best chefs. Virtually, of course.

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Where We’re Eating Right Now: Chinese Takeout and Delivery in Philly

Looking for a place to get Chinese take-out or delivery during the pandemic? We’ve got a few suggestions.


Camille Cogswell Named One of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs

The list recognizes Cogswell’s work as chef and co-owner at K’Far, the modern Israeli all-day cafe from the CookNSolo team.


Barbuzzo’s Salted Caramel Budino, Now in Dalgona Coffee Form

The cult-favorite dessert is back again in a brand new form of chocolate-y, caramel-y, salty dessert, just in time for shelter-in-place cabin fever.

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