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Everything You Need To Know About Chestnut Street’s Nordstrom Rack

Hoorah for answers (finally). Rumors that Nordstrom Rack is coming to the old Daffy’s space on Chestnut are true. With the recent announcement of Off […]


Madewell Opens In Two Weeks

Walnut gets a new addition on Tuesday, October 15th, with the opening of Madewell, which is heading into Arden B.’s old space. J. Crew’s sister […]


Joan Shepp’s New Digs

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (in which case, hi! Welcome to fall!), you know that Walnut Street stalwart Joan Shepp is moving. The […]


BarLy Opening in Chinatown

Looks like Chinatown is getting a new bar, and it’s gonna be a big one. Sunday, September 8th marks the grand opening of BarLy. (And […]

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Rhino Bar Opens in Gayborhood

Rhino Bar has opened in the heart of the Gayborhood in Philly. It’s a new gastropub and raw bar.


Ralph’s of South Philly Opens Today

Ralph’s of South Philly, the King of Prussia off-shoot of the country’s oldest Italian restaurant opens today, Thursday October 11, in the Sheraton Valley Forge. […]


Now Open: 15th Street’s Tietra, Not Titra

Way back in November 2011, Michael Klein told us that restaurateur Victor Fellus was hoping to open Mediterranean spot Titra in the base of 15th […]


Tale of the Tape: Center for Culinary Enterprises

The Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises, the new food incubator from the Enterprise Center, was ceremonially opened just last week at 48th and […]


Catelli Duo Osteria Opens in Voorhees

South Jersey favorite Catelli Ristorante, which closed its doors back in 2011, has been brought back to life in the form of Catelli Duo Osteria […]


Food Trucks Debut at Night Market

A few recently opened food trucks in the area will be making their Night Market debuts at the Chinatown event on October 4th. Three new […]


Seafood Unlimited Reopens After Major Makeover

David and Judi Einhorn’s Seafood Unlimited is back in action as of late August after a summer hiatus and a major makeover. After 24 years of […]


Tomorrow: Ribbon Cutting at the Center for Culinary Enterprises

Tomorrow, September 14th, the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises will happen at 11 a.m. at 310 S. 48th […]


Canal Street North Project is Supported by Fishtown

The Michael Samschick proposal for Canal Street North, an entertainment center planned for Fishtown that we described yesterday, was approved by the Fistown Neighbors Association […]


Music Venue, Restaurants, Bowling Alley, and Distillery Proposed for Fishtown

A major change is coming to Fishtown as developer Michael Samschick looks to repurpose large, unused buildings on the property he owns on and near the […]


America’s Oldest Italian Restaurant Opening in King of Prussia

Ralph’s Italian Restaurant, which recently inherited the title of oldest Italian restaurant in America thanks to the closing of San Francisco’s Fior D’Italia, is opening […]