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Act Two: Parlor Reviewed

Confession of a city critic: Whenever I have to schlep out to the suburbs, I can’t help but grit my teeth. Expectations drop beyond the […]

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Little Nonna’s Offering Pick Up for National Cannoli Day

Little Nonna’s is celebrating National Cannoli Day on Tuesday, June 16th. The red gravy Italian restaurant from Valerie Safran and Marcie Turney is offering four […]

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Coming Up: Little Nonna’s Spaghetti and Crab Nights

While the music of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin plays, Little Nonna’s will be serving up dinner of spaghetti and crabs. The $35 per person […]

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Retro Week: Ralph’s Celebrates 115th Birthday with Vetri

Ralph’s is celebrating its 115th anniversary tonight with a collaboration dinner with Marc Vetri and his team. The dinner is a complete sellout but it’s […]

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First Look: Triangle Tavern

The Triangle Tavern has reopened in South Philadelphia and not much has changed. Yes, it is now owned by David Frank and Stephen Simons, who own the […]

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Retro Week: Revisiting Ralph’s

At Ralph’s Italian Restaurant, where a century’s worth of footsteps have buffed the dining room’s floor mosaic as smooth as the inside of an oyster […]

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Hey Night Owls: Il Pittore Has a Dinner for You

On Saturday May 9th, il Pittore and Malvira Wines will join forces to host an Almost Midnight Madness dinner at the restaurant. The dinner will include four courses prepared […]

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Peter McAndrews Takes Over Bridgid’s

Peter McAndrews’ (Paesano’s, Modo Mio, Monsu) first cooking job in Philadelphia was at Bridgid’s more than 20-years ago. And now he’s back in charge of the […]

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Bright Lights, Big City: Palladino’s Reviewed

With all due consideration for sore thumbs and Kim Kardashian’s badonka-donk, nothing sticks out from its surroundings quite like Palladino’s on Passyunk. The Italian chophouse rears […]

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Roberto Cafe Becoming Ti Penso

Roberto Cafe at 2108 South Street has closed and is under renovation. The BYOB will reopen under new management and with the name Ti Penso which, […]

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We Have the Menu for Drexel’s Arcobaleno Pasta Dinner

Last month we told you about Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management’s spring series of dining events. Surprisingly, tickets actually remain for some of […]

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TONIGHT: Lobster Spaghetti Deal at Little Nonna’s

Tonight, Little Nonna’s on Locust Street is hosting Lobster Spaghetti night. For $25, you can get a one-pound lobster with spaghetti in a San Marzano tomato […]

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Mercato Debuts New Spring Menu

As the trees turn green once again, so do our dinner plates as restaurants transition their menus to lighter and brighter fare. Mercato, the longstanding […]

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Bufad Has A New Spring Menu

Now that we’ve finally had one inarguably spring-y weekend, the new spring menus are really starting to pop up around town. And Bufad (at 1240 […]

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Molto Molto: Gran Caffè L’Aquila Reviewed

Pretend you’ve been led into a new restaurant wearing a blindfold. We’re playing a game: When I uncover your eyes, you try to piece together […]