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Trinity Tuesday: Compact Elegance in Wash West

So big suburban homes aren’t your thing. But neither are tiny fixer-uppers. This expanded updated trinity located on a historic Wash West block might just be the […]

A mural inside Target on Chestnut Street shows Philly landmarks in Target's design style

What You’ll See in Center City’s New Target

The wait is finally over. Center City has a Target. The new Target, located at 1128 Chestnut Street, is one of the discount chain’s 23 […]


Tria’s Washington Square West Location Turning Nine

On Tuesday, July 19th, Tria Cafe’s Washington Square West location is celebrating nine years at 12th and Spruce. The wine bar will be pouring a variety of sparkling, […]

City Life

It’s Always Sunny Is Filming in Center City on Friday

Few could have predicted the runaway success of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia when it premiered on FX in August of 2005. The show (now […]


Old Kanella Location Re-opening as Kanella Grill

It has been a just over a year since Kanella closed its doors at its original location and set its sights on Queen Village. It […]


Toll Drops Plans for Society Hill Playhouse Site

First, it was condominiums. Then, rental apartments. Now, nothing. Toll Brothers has dropped plans to build apartment buildings on two plots of land it owns […]


Trinity Tuesday: In Step With the Times in Wash West

Generally speaking, one of the charms of Philly’s trinities is the whiff of history that hangs about them. They don’t build ’em like this any […]


Cheu Noodle Bar Adds Happy Hour, Lunch Combos

Cheu Noodle Bar’s Shawn Darragh checks in with some news from Cheu. The Washington Square West noodle heaven is now offering happy hour and lunch […]


Two Beer Gardens Debut This Weekend

The first two beer gardens of the season open this weekend. Today, Michael Schulson’s Independence Beer Garden softly opens at 6th and Market and tomorrow […]


Jawdropper of the Week: 19th-Century Coating, Modern Filling

Many of our Jawdroppers of the Week are houses that are out somewhere on the Main Line or in Bucks County—places where you’ve got space […]


Trinity Tuesday: Little House with Big Rooms

It looks like a classic trinity on the outside, and it has the trademark spiral staircase on the inside. But this expanded trinity across from […]


Josh Lawler Closing His The Farm and Fisherman

Eater’s Alex Tewfik has the scoop on Josh Lawler’s plans to close his the Farm and Fisherman BYOB on Pine Street. Lawler is closing his […]


Official: P.J. Clarke’s Coming to Curtis Center

It’s official, New York City’s landmark P.J. Clarke’s is coming to the Curtis Center at 6th and Walnut Streets. A news conference today announcing the restaurant and the […]

Living Room

Blueprint for Elegance on Chestnut Street

The great thing about new construction is that it’s all potential: an empty vessel waiting to be filled with your style and dreams. We recently […]


Petruce et al Closes

The writing has been on the wall for awhile now at Petruce et al. The space has been for lease, the et al has scattered. […]