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Another Living Option Coming to King of Prussia’s Main Street

By this time next year, new arrivals in King of Prussia will have a place to test the waters before they decide to commit to […]

Foobooz

Keep An Eye On University City’s Newest Hotel Restaurant

It used to be hard to get excited about a hotel restaurant. They’ve always opened not for us, the city’s impassioned diners, but for the […]

City Life

Racing Star Claims Sexual Assault at Philly Hotel Made Her Leave Sport

Elena Myers is a professional motorcycle racer from California. The first woman to win a professional race at Daytona International Speedway, she is widely considered […]

Queer Rager
City Life

PHOTOS: Philly Got a Head Start on Trump Protests With “Queer Rager”

We hear you, Philly. More than 1,000 people came out for the “Queer Rager” dance party outside the Loews Philadelphia Hotel last night to protest President […]

City

President Trump Will Be in Center City This Week

Put on your pink hats and bring out your gold-plated pitchforks: Donald Trump is going to be in Philadelphia this week. The Republican Party is […]

Be Well Philly

Sweet! $5 Yoga, HIIT, Barre and Zumba Classes at Hotel Monaco

If on January 1st, you vowed that 2017 would be the year you become the next Jillian Michaels, and now — a mere 16 days […]

Property

Philly’s A Bargain* for the Short-Term Renter

With the presence of luxury extended-stay pioneer AKA in this market, you might get the impression that renting a residence for a short visit is […]

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City

Little Pete’s to Close by End of August

Little Pete’s has a closing date. The diner, one of only a handful of diners left in Center City, has been told it needs to […]

Foobooz

Lacroix Goes Straight Prix-Fixe

Lacroix, the longstanding restaurant at Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Hotel is changing things up. Chef Jon Cichon has announced that the restaurant is going to a single, five-course […]

Foobooz

Scarpetta Opening at the Rittenhouse on September 28

A couple days ago, we rolled out our Fall Restaurant Preview. In it, we talked about the opening of Scarpetta–the fancy-pants, double-decker modern Italian restaurant […]

Foobooz

Wine Some, Lose Some: Good News and Bad on the Sommelier Beat

Mariel Wega, the wine director of a.kitchen and a.bar has been named one of the Best New Sommeliers of 2016 by Wine & Spirits magazine. This is […]

Be Well Philly

Hotel Palomar Now Has Happy Hour Yoga (With Free Wine!) Every Monday

So it seems the folks over at Kimpton Hotels can’t get enough of giving us cheap fitness and we are not complaining. You may remember a few weeks […]

Foobooz

Red Owl Tavern Offering Lobster Clambakes Every Monday

Looking for a way to make Mondays a little more fun and a little less (to put it nicely) horrible? Red Owl Tavern might have […]

Shoppist

Say It Ain’t So: Automatic Spa Gratuities Are Becoming a Thing

Recently, a very good friend gave my wife a gift card to the luxurious Rittenhouse Spa inside the also luxurious Rittenhouse Hotel. But instead of […]

Citified

$75M Government Subsidy Apparently Not Enough for Luxury Center City Hotels

In 2013, Philadelphia’s City Council approved a $33 million tax-credit package to help developer Brook Lenfest build two boutique hotels on a vacant lot at 15th and Chestnut […]