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Delaware River Waterfront


Farmhouse Friday: A Riverside Retreat in Stockton

In the early 1700s, a fellow from Germany named Kugler decided to take his chances on a better life in colonial America. He made it […]

Spruce Street Harbor Park

Spruce Street Harbor Park Opens Earlier This Year

Mark your calendars for May 6 this year. That’s when Spruce Street Harbor Park, the pop-up park that’s turned Penn’s Landing into the place to be in […]


This Season’s Food and Drink Lineup at Spruce Street Harbor Park

Spruce Street Harbor Park is opening earlier than ever this year, Friday, May 6th. The Delaware Riverfront destination is also expanding its summer restaurant collaborations, adding Chickie’s and […]


Jim Burke Is 2016 Chef in Residence at Morgan’s Pier

Philadelphians have missed Jim Burke’s cooking since his restaurant James closed back in 2011. But this summer, the chef will be back cooking in Philadelphia […]

Be Well Philly

Spring Is Coming: Dates Announced for Free Outdoor Yoga at Race Street Pier

It might not feel like it right now, but spring IS coming, friends! Malik Wilson, the Philly yoga instructor behind the beloved outdoor Yoga on […]


Palm Restaurant Employees Could Have Soft Landing at SugarHouse

The Palm Restaurant is closing for an extensive renovation that will see the Broad Street restaurant close on February 29th and not reopen until late […]

Elizabeth Quay

From Perth to Penn’s Landing?

While the planned Penn’s Landing makeover currently lives in suspended animation, perhaps we should not fret too much over the lack of visible progress. Sometimes […]

City Life

Construction Worker Falls in Delaware River, Dies

[Updated 2:30 p.m.] A construction worker died on the job Thursday night when he fell into the Delaware River off a pier in South Philadelphia, officials said. According […]

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City Life

PA Turnpike Introduces Cashless Tolling at Delaware River Bridge

You don’t have to stop to pay tolls on the Delaware River-Turnpike Bridge. That doesn’t mean you won’t be paying them, though. In a change […]


What You’ll Be Eating and Drinking at RiverRink and Winterfest This Year

Blue Cross RiverRink is now approaching its 22nd year as an outdoor ice-skating rink and this marks the third year of Winterfest – a seasonal park and winter […]


As Movie Nights End, a New Happy Hour Is Coming to La Peg

Next week, Old City’s La Peg is having one final movie night on the patio before they shut down the outdoor beer garden and put away the fire pits […]


Gone Fishin’: Philly’s Newest Public Pier Park to be Unveiled Next Week

Construction has been humming along at Pier 68 to transform an all-but-abandoned pier that sits deep inside the parking lot at a bustling shopping center […]


The Fall Menu at Morgan’s Pier

The fall menu at Morgan’s Pier debuts tomorrow, Wednesday September 23rd. Among the fall bites from chef-in-residence Nick Elmi, tater tots poutine, smashed local squash […]


Morgan’s Pier Is Keeping It Going Through Fall

Labor Day has come and gone but Morgan’s Pier is keeping things interesting down on the Delaware River. The bar and restaurant remains open through […]


Hugo’s Frog Bar & Chop House Coming to SugarHouse

 Today, as we predicted, SugarHouse Casino announced that Chicago’s Gibsons Restaurant Group Hugo’s Frog Bar & Chop House in the expanded casino that is expected to open before 2015 […]