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7 Craft Breweries to Visit by Bike, According to Philly Cyclists

With plenty of trails to explore, the Philadelphia area is perfect for both cruising paved paths and rugged training over hills and dirt. Regardless of […]

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Trouble’s End Brewing Will Open With Beer, Food, and Music in Collegeville

A new brewery with a Philly connection is coming to Collegeville. Trouble’s End Brewing will take over the former home of Appalachian Brewing Co. that shuttered last […]

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A Brewery With a Mission Is Opening in Spring Arts

A new mission-driven brewery is about to open in Spring Arts. Triple Bottom Brewing will open tomorrow — Thursday, September 12th — at 4 p.m. […]

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Good King Tavern Is Expanding With a French Wine Bar in Bella Vista

The owners of Bella Vista’s Good King Tavern are expanding with a new concept. Chloé Grigri and Bernard Grigri will open Le Caveau, a Loire Valley-style wine bar, […]

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Dock Street South, a European-Style Cafe and Bar, Is About to Open in Point Breeze

It’s been over a year since we first heard that West Philly’s Dock Street Brewing Co. would expand across the Schuylkill with a second brewery and restaurant […]

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Punch Buggy Brewing Is Bringing Beer and Fancy Grilled Cheese to Kensington

Despite the loss of St. Benjamin Brewing back in spring, Kensington’s beer community is still bustling with new activity, like the in-progress, sour-focused After Midnight. And […]

Be Well Philly

Philadelphia Brewing Company Is Throwing a Vegan Beer Fest

If you’re a beer-loving vegan, you might think that your beloved brews align with your lifestyle. Major surprise: not all beer is vegan-friendly. Some breweries […]

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A Fun-Loving Engagement Session at Workhorse Brewing

Here’s the thing about wedding photos: they’re beautiful, but they’re not always one hundred percent you. Engagement photos, on the other hand, are a prime opportunity […]

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Drink This Now: A Frosty, Refreshing “Fraperitif” at Good King Tavern

We’re just a few days out from the unofficial start of summer, and restaurants and bars all over Philly have already busted out their best […]

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Kensington’s Saint Benjamin Brewing Company Will Close

Craft brewery and taproom Saint Benjamin Brewing Company will close next month. Founder and owner Tim Patton is in the process of selling the building at […]

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After Midnight, a Sour-Centric Brewery, Is Coming to Kensington

A new brewery specializing in sour styles is coming to Kensington. After Midnight Brewing will open a production space and taproom 2205 North American Street sometime […]

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Good King Tavern’s Chloé Grigri on Great Wine, Truffle Pairings, and Her Newfound Passion for Mezcal

With Philly Wine Week set to kick off this weekend, we sat down with Good King Tavern owner Chloé Grigri — one of the festival’s organizers — […]

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Southwark Owners to Open Two More Restaurants in Queen Village

This post has been updated. Chris D’Ambro and Marina De Oliveira like to open their restaurants in twos. First, it was Southwark, their New American restaurant and […]

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Sylva Senat Is Out at Maison 208

Sylva Senat has parted ways with Maison 208. As of today, Senat & Co., the chef’s hospitality group, is no longer affiliated with Maze Hospitality, […]

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Mainstay Independent Is Now Brewing in Northern Liberties

Mainstay Independent, the first artisan in FCM Hospitality’s expansive Craft Hall maker space in Northern Liberties, opens its taproom today at 901 North Delaware Avenue. The brewery […]