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Lots of food conferences in Philly this weekend, plus a local writer's take on Palestinian cooking, Stephen Starr's new restaurant and more.
Dmitri’s in NoLibs Closes Temporarily, While Dmitri’s in Queen Village Closes Indefinitely
Maison 208 Closes in the Gayborhood
After a troubled two years, the French-influenced restaurant is no more.
Mission Taqueria Is Hosting the Most Epic Friendsgiving Ever
What was once a dinner party has now grown into a fundraiser for the Food Trust, but the soul of the event will remain.
First Look: Gabi, the All-Day French Café From the Bistro La Minette Crew
Steak tartare, moules frites, creme brulee and other no-fuss classics for everyday eating.
Poe’s Sandwich Joint Is Back, This Time in Kensington
Philly’s favorite pot activist turned sandwich maker is back and better than ever with a new, bigger location.
Top of the World: Jean-Georges Philadelphia Reviewed
Jean-Georges is one of the most anticipated restaurants ever to open in Philly. Was it worth the wait?
There’s Never Been a Better Time to Drink Mezcal in Philly
This once-obscure Mexican liquor is finally getting its due.
The Triple Markup on Wine Is Dying. And Good Riddance.
New Philly restaurants are bucking the wine list trend.
The Best Bars in Philadelphia
From the best new bars to the best spots for cocktails to terrific whiskey joints, here’s where to get a drink in Philly.
It’s 2039. Here’s How Philly’s Food Scene Became the Envy of the World.
At this year’s ThinkFest, chefs Camille Cogswell, Joe Beddia, Jose Garces, and Alex Tewfik will discuss how Philadelphia became the food city we’ve always wanted it to be.
Real Philadelphians Eat Tripe
If you’re not eating tripe, you’re overlooking some of Philly’s best dishes.
Mom-Mom’s Polish Restaurant to Open on South Street Next to Bob and Barbara’s
Midnight pierogi, anyone?
University City Gets Its Very Own Dizengoff
CookNSolo’s hummusiya is coming to Franklin’s Table this fall.
Where to Drink Tea in Philadelphia
Where to sip a quiet cup, get fancy with high tea, or stock up on the best loose leaves to brew at home.
Touristy Food Spots That Philly Loves, Too
All the places food-chasing tourists and food-chasing Philadelphians stand in line. Together.