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LaBan On La Maison

Craig LaBan’s biggest objection to Ardmore’s A La Maison may be that it isn’t more than a solid B. There’s really nothing so wrong with […]


Le Virtu’s La Panarda in the Washington Post

The Washington Post was at the 40-course La Panarda dinner at Le Virtu. Check out Domenica Marchetti’s recap of chef Joe Cicala’s epic feast. La Panarda is […]


40-Dish La Panarda Dinner at Le Virtù

  “La Panarda is a culinary marathon, not a sprint – it’s a meal with peaks and valleys, what I think of as waves of […]


La Viola & La Viola Oest

Taste Daily reminds us that not every good restaurant is new. La Viola and La Viola Oest are both still getting it done. Don’t worry: […]


Le Virtú Celebrating La Cottora Festival

Tomorrow night, Le Virtú will host the traditional outdoor winter festival La Cottora. The festival, which is celebrated annually in Italy’s Abruzzo region, will include food from chef […]


Secret Gardens and Gorgeous Patios for Outdoor Dining in Philly

Wm Mulherin’s Garden, Fishtown Mulherin’s took over a small lot next to the restaurant during the pandemic, turning it into a dreamy outdoor dining spot with […]

City Life

Former Phillie Is LA’s “Most-Wanted” Deadbeat Dad

Remember Danny Tartabull? AKA the worst contract in Phillies history? Danny Tartabull’s numbers as a Phillie: three games, seven at-bats, zero hits, $2 million and […]


Ooh La La! The Adams Gets a Parisian Makeover

If you’ve followed my reporting on Post Brothers, you should know that I’m a huge fan of the Pestronk brothers’ theatrical flair. Whether it’s in […]

La Maison

There’s something about rustic French cooking that’s just so comforting. It could be the simplicity in a cuisine built on rigid rules and regulations. Or […]

La Canasta

La Canasta opened deep in the heart of South Philly’s Whitman neighborhood doing a classic taqueria menu with a rotating list of specials (mango-glazed chicken […]

La Fogata

As happens so often, a run-of-the-mill strip mall yields ethnic-dining gold. This small mom-and-pop just down the road from the Berlin Farmer’s Market has a […]

La Peg

In a year when French restaurants seemed to be staging something of a comeback in Philly, what did Peter Woolsey, one of the city’s best-known […]

La Chalupa

The only thing that can make us feel better after paying to fill up our tank at this Phillips 66 station? The divine $2.80 pupusas […]

La Llorona

A corner wedge of West Passyunk got a lot more lively when La Llorona opened last summer with tables that spill out onto the sidewalk, […]

La Famiglia

Seeing as Italian-everything is the new French, La Famiglia’s expertly procured, extensive, Italian-focused wine list really caught our eye. With more than 1,200 selections, there […]