Brick and Mortar is the newest restaurant to hit Philly and it will literally become your new go-to place for everything.
Hadas has news of a new pizza spot in Ardmore, a center city restaurant that combines Italian cuisine and culture, and an Old City coffee shop where “local” is the byword.
A South Philadelphia bowling bar and restaurant, a new place to eat in Ardmore and the first ever ‘Dine HOP.’
This week, Hadas tells us about a onetime Korean barbecue restaurant that’s finally found a new Philadelphia home, a new center city spot that’s using German subways as its theme, and what’s coming at the next Reading Terminal Market fundraiser.
Two different takes on Asian cuisine are getting ready to open in Philadelphia. And an old favorite is coming back to its center city location.
This year skip the shopping and head to Palladino’s on Passyunk for a delicious Italian meal you’ll love and that will also save you from the agony of having to choke down your Valentine’s inedible attempt at a homemade meal.
It starts with grabbing your boo, the neighbor you’ve been stalking or that stranger you just bumped into while reading this on your phone, and heading to Kensington Quarter to learn how to cook.
We know that the pressure is on when it comes to finding the perfect V-Day gift, so we at CBS Local E.S.P. Eat. See. Play. decided to help you out by coming up with five perfect options that’ll keep you out of the dog house for at least a few days(we’re not miracle workers here).
What’s Cooking on 1060: Burgers on Passyunk, Sexy Foods in Conshohocken, and Gluten-Free in Center City
A restaurant opening, a gluten-free dinner (and book), and a Valentine’s Day feast are all on the menu in the upcoming week!
Here to help you celebrate this great sport and great eats is the recently opened, Founding Fathers.
CBS’ E.S.P. has put together a list of game day essentials to secure your place as the Big Game Guru.
Hadas reports this week on a new burger stand in Reading Terminal Market with a charitable mission, a pop-up beer garden coming to center city Philadelphia in conjunction with the Flower Show, and tips for what to serve at your Super Bowl party.
We at CBS Local E.S.P. Eat. See. Play. are bringing you all the best stuff to do day drinking right. Party on.
Yes, you just read that correctly, your favorite eat-in, take-out Israeli spot Dizengoff is now hosting a monthly ticketed brunch. This means that once every four weeks you buy a ticket for $26 which gets you a seat, all the homemade breads, pastries, salad, shakshuka, and whatever else the chef feels like making that you can eat, plus all the coffee and fresh juice that you can drink, so you better get your eating pants out.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on one pizza shop’s novel approach to crowdfunding, the Free Library’s efforts toward “culinary literacy,” and a coffee shop with something extra.