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The Thirsty Soul Is Open With All-Day Brunch on West Passyunk

The Thirsty Soul, a church-themed bar serving all-day Southern comfort brunch and cocktails with flair, opens today at the corner of 16th and West Passyunk in Newbold. […]


Bobby Saritsoglou Is Back With His Own Restaurant in South Philly

Just about a year ago, chef Bobby Saritsoglou left his post at Opa. He wanted a change of pace, he said, and a break from cooking Greek […]


Another Brewpub Joins the South Philly Ranks

Newbold is full of good beer, and the neighborhood owes it all to John Longacre, the man behind South Philadelphia Tap Room, American Sardine Bar, and Brew, the bottle shop that […]


First-Time Find: A New, Bold Home in Point Breeze for $265K

The two-story row house is passé, says the conventional wisdom. It’s too small for modern living, and you can’t equip it with the features today’s […]


Dept. of Second Thoughts: Neighborhood Group Will Drop “Newbold” From Its Name

There’s no clearer sign that a neighborhood is being gentrified than when a group of new residents carves out a little portion of it and […]


Spotted in South Philly: Phase II reNewbold Homes Now Available

The 2013 groundbreaking of its first phase long behind us, Phase II is now set in motion at reNewbold, the first LEED Platinum-certified sustainable housing development in South Philadelphia: […]


House of the Week: Stunningly Creative 7BR

This property in Point Breeze aka Newbold is actually two: 1410 and 1412 Tasker, just off Broad Street. The entry is through 1410, leading to […]


Belgian Beer Takeover at SPTR

Tonight, South Philadelphia Taproom is doing a Belgian beer takeover. The taps are being turned over to Trappist ales, wild ales, bretty pale ales, sour […]


Free Lunch at Circles Thai

On Tuesday, November 26th chef and owner Alex Boonphaya is giving away lunch at Circles in South Philadelphia to celebrate the Thai restaurant’s fifth anniversary. […]

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Developer of Huge Point Breeze Project Will Be Named Monday

Though the sale isn’t yet a done deal, 2012 Wharton, formerly Louis Sherman & Co. printers, is in the midst of being purchased by a […]


The Other Message From the ReNewbold Groundbreaking

If you wanted to see why rumors were circulating about John Longacre running for City Council, you should have been at the reNewbold groundbreaking ceremony […]


South Philadelphia Taproom Turns Ten

South Philadelphia Taproom turns ten and celebrates its past, present and future all weekend. Friday is all about the past with some favorite beers and […]


“Prime Graduate Hospital Location” Is Oddly Not in Graduate Hospital

This seemingly attractive contemporary rental is on South Chadwick Street, a small thoroughfare between 16th and 17th that starts at Wharton and runs south from […]


American Sardine Bar’s John Longacre on Point Breeze

John Longacre talks Point Breeze and development over on Property, Philadelphia magazine’s real estate blog. Here are some more of the week’s most interesting real […]


Wheat Beer Fest at South Philadelphia Tap Room

The South Philadelphia Tap Room will be hosting its eight annual Wheat Beer Fest this Saturday, May 18, from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.. The […]