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Left: Newfoundland man Darryl Pope, whose luggage was lost by Air Canada. (Photo courtesy Darryl Pope.) Right: Philadelphia restaurant Parc. (Photo by Laura Swartz)
City Life

The Craziest Lost Luggage Story You Will Read This Week

Check phillymag.com each morning for the latest edition of Philly Today. And if you have a news tip for our hardworking Philly Mag reporters, please […]

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This Sweet Parc Engagement Session Began With a Viral Proposal in Paris

Philly’s restaurant scene is one of the best parts of this city, so we’re always happy to see Philly couples take full advantage when it […]


Yes, You Absolutely Should Order the Seafood Tower

Let me tell you about the last seafood tower I ordered. It was the big one on Oyster House’s menu (“The Moravian”), not the smaller one, because the big one felt […]

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One Day in Philly: Carol Serena, Parc GM

Not much in life is certain, but Carol Serena, the general manager of Parc, knows three things. She knows that at some point today, the […]


5 Philly Restaurants for a Strangely Warm February

It’s definitely unsettling. Makes you contemplate your own death way sooner than you ever thought you would, that’s for sure. But whatever. It feels good […]


Open Stove XL: A Candy-Rific Whiskey-Drinking Halloween Spectacular

Look at ’em. They look so happy. So calm. So unaware of what’s coming…


The Best Soups In Center City

Forget Center City Sips…when the weather is as gray and nasty as it is today, it’s all about Center City soups. But where are the […]


Five Starr Restaurants Among Top 100 Independent Restaurants in Sales

Restaurant Business magazine has released its list of the Top 100 Independent Restaurants by Sales in the United States. And Stephen Starr owns five of […]


The Five Top Cheese Dishes in Philadelphia

No longer content wit’ Whiz, Philadelphia has become a cheese-lover’s paradise. Here are five cheese dishes you must try now.


Parc Celebrates Bastille Day

July 14th is Bastille Day and Stephen Starr’s French brasserie, Parc’s 5th birthday. The Rittenhouse restaurant is celebrating with an extravagant celebration featuring special St. Germaine […]


Six Pack: Macarons In Philly

It’s not just the extra “o” that separates the two desserts. Macarons and macaroons are both sweet desserts that use egg whites and sugar as […]


Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival Is Happening This Saturday

The annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival is this Saturday, May 18, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.. The festival extends from Walnut Street from Broad to […]


Del Frisco’s Bought Over $1 Million In Wine and Booze Last Year

We were impressed back in October 2012 when we learned that Center City red meat emporium Del Frisco’s had purchased nearly $900,000 worth of wine […]


Stephen Starr’s DC Plans from Le Diplomate to Fette Sau?

The Washingtonian has run some renderings of Stephen Starr’s Le Diplomate in Washington DC. If you’ve been to Parc, it will look familiar. In the […]


Speculating on Stephen Starr’s Hotels

Stephen Starr has been talking about hotels for years. This Philadelphia Business Journal article has Starr getting into the hotel business back in 2004. But […]