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Foobooz

The Best Cafes (and Restaurants) to Bring Your Laptop and Eat an Actual Meal

Maybe you’re a freelancer with a few hours between meetings downtown and you want to keep up the productivity. Or there’s construction in your office […]

Be Well Philly

My Top 5: Kid-Friendly Spots for Healthy Eats in Philly

My goal in life is to raise the kind of children who, at circa three years of age, tell flabbergasted adults that their favorite food is […]

Business

Philly Eateries Say DNC Is a Mixed Bag

The stretch of blocks on East Passyunk Avenue from Broad Street to Passyunk Square was mostly calm Tuesday evening, the second night of the Democratic […]

Business

Iron Hill Brewery is About to Grow at Hyper Speed

Iron Hill Brewery‘s already lightning-fast expansion is about to hit another gear. The company announced on Friday that it struck a deal with investment firm A&M Capital Opportunities. Armed […]

Shoppist

A Day in the Life of Branding Guru Marc Brownstein

It takes a lot to be the President and CEO of one of the top branding agencies in the city, but Marc Brownstein makes it […]

Business

Urban Outfitters to Buy Vetri Restaurants

Two of Philadelphia’s best-known brands are set to become united. Urban Outfitters has agreed to buy the Vetri Family of restaurants. No sale price has been disclosed. “Having […]

Business

Sued for Playing Whitney: Bar Owners Fighting Relentless Drive for Music Fees

Although it may surprise people outside the service industry, bars and restaurants must pay music licensing fees for the right to play music in their establishments. That’s […]

Business

Big Restaurant Chain Starts No-Tipping Policy

When Fishtown restaurant Girard announced a no-tipping policy, it made national headlines — and started a conversation about whether a flat fee for servers could actually […]

Business

A Breakdown of Where Philly’s $12 Million in Investment Cash is Going

Led by Honeygrow and ChargeItSpot, Philadelphia has gotten some serious venture capital funding in the second quarter of 2015. In fact, restaurant chain Honeygrow raised the most cash in […]

City Life

Brick and Mortar Opening

Last night Michael B. Welsh’s much anticipated Brick and Mortar (BAM) opened up at 12th and Pearl Streets in the Loft District of Philadelphia. The […]

City Life

Big Gay Ice Cream Opening As Early As Friday [UPDATED]

UPDATE [5/1/2015, 4:59 pm]: Big Gay Ice Cream opened a day earlier than we expected. They threw open the doors last night, on Thursday, April […]

City Life

What’s on the Menu at Boxers PHL

It took a few months, but Gayborhood sports bar Boxers PHL finally fired up that brick oven on its second floor and is cranking out the delicious grub […]

City Life

Feds to Scrutinize 25 Popular Philly Eateries for ADA Compliance

Philly restaurant owners beware: The feds might soon be on your doorstep, checking to see if your restaurant is compliant with the Americans With Disabilities […]

Property

Little Pete’s to Meet the Wrecking Ball?

Little Pete’s, the Center City diner whose old-fashioned ways made it a beloved gathering place for downtown workers, late-night hipsters, and visiting politicians, is expected […]

City Life

Valerie Safran and Marcie Turney Reveal Plans for 13th and Locust

Foobooz has the scoop on Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran’s plans for their space at 13th and Locust streets, the location formerly known as Bump […]