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French BBQ at La Minette

Bistrot La Minette will be celebrating Bastille day tomorrow with French barbecue specialties like house-made country sausage and marinated lamb and sides. Four courses are […]


Menu Additions at La Minette

Bistrot La Minette has added several warming dishes to its menu for the second half of winter. Among the additions are a boned quail stuffed […]


Beer Shangri La

Drew Lazor has more details on the Bella Vista Beer Distributors new digs across the street from their current location. To sum it up it’ll […]

City Life

Patti LaBelle at the Mann

Philly’s own Patti LaBelle comes to the newly renovated Mann Center for the Performing Arts on Friday for a one-night-only show. LaBelle, a two-time Grammy […]


Shop LA’s Coolest Store at Nordstrom KOP’s Pop-In Shop

These days, everyone wants to be a boutique. Even the mega department stores. Case in point: Nordstrom, who just this very weekend launched its latest […]

Be Well Philly

Score 5 Lithe Method Classes for $49 on Rue La La This Week

Thanks to Rue La La and Lithe Method, we’ve found the perfect treat yo’ self purchase that won’t break the bank. The local Cardio-Cheer-Sculpting studio, […]

Avo Toast at La Colombe

The fact that you can drink Corsica instead of settling for too-bitter Starbucks is already a big win. Add La Colombe’s more-than-generous avocado toast to […]

Draft Latte at La Colombe

La Colombe founder Todd Carmichael might as well be a mad scientist. He went ahead and kegged the two-ingredient latte (cold brewed coffee and frothed […]

City Life

On the Stupidity of the La Viola “Boycott”

Tuesday night was a frenetic one on the Philadelphia social media scene: the Philadelphia Police Department published video of suspects in last Thursday’s alleged gay […]


La Minette Making A Go Of It

The Metro’s Biz Beat has the story of Peter Woolsey who is about ready to open Bistrot La Minette on 6th Street, just off of […]

La Chelé Medical Aesthetics

When you need to bring out the big guns (hello, lasers; hello, chemical peels), there’s no better place than La Chelé, where M.D. Lisa Espinoza […]

Club La Maison

Your little video-gamer may abhor soccer practice and dread gym class, but that doesn’t mean she won’t find her stride in Spinning, yoga or Zumba. […]


LaBan Reviews The Oceanaire

Craig LaBan boards the Oceanaire Seafood Room for a meal basking in the retro vibe of grand old cruise ship. And despite a “de-bell-able” offense […]


Xochitl Reviewed By LaBan

Craig LaBan tries out the creations of chef Dionicio Jimenez at Head House Square’s Xochitl and finds the best of them are “vivid and stunningly […]


La Creole No More…

Did you know that the mysterious Queen Village bar La Creole was closing? Those crazy kids at Phillyblog did.