Hadas reports on two new pizza places opening in the Delaware Valley, and a Twitter hashtag that can help you find the best places to eat.
It’s finally the best time of year again, and no we’re not talking about the holidays, we’re talking about ski season. Yes, the magical season of fresh powder, outdoor hot tubs and snow bunnies is upon us yet again, meaning it’s now socially acceptable to talk nonstop about the snow conditions and obsessively check the weather report in hopes of a blizzard. We know that whether you’re a seasoned pro or just getting into the magical sport having all the right gear can make all the difference out on the slopes.
We know that after hours of skiing or boarding, the last thing you want to do is sit down in a restaurant for a long, drawn out meal; so instead of hitting up the closest fast food joint on the way back into Philly, hit up Jakes Sandwich Board’s newest location in University City for a satisfying sandwich.
“What’s Cooking” takes a look at new makeovers for a traditional Christmas feast, a new look for some traditional dining room favorites, and some traditional Italian specialties now with a new Philadelphia accent.
City of Brotherly Love- you are about to get a whole lot more loving. No, we don’t mean like that… get your head out of the gutter. We’d like to introduce to you the new, BYOB, no-tipping, brasserie and bruncherie, Girard.
‘Tis the season of going broke because you have to show all of your loved ones just how much you care by giving them material items… Luckily we’re here to show you how to provide for the one who really counts (you) when you’re short on cash.
This week, Hadas Kuznits reports on a new Italian market, a new Cuban music lounge and a local brewery’s tribute to a popular Center City diner.
Thanksgiving. The best holiday ever: football, parades and unnecessary amounts of over eating. Top that off with a bit of booze and an afternoon nap, and you have yourself the perfect weekend. Well, almost.
Thanksgiving is awesome. There’s nothing quite like watching the big game with your family, drinking until you fall over and spending the day eating nonstop. However, having the whole family over to enjoy some turkey usually takes three days of cleaning, two days of cooking and then at least one solid day of recovery.
What’s Cooking on 1060: A French Rotisserie, Winterfest Popup Restaurants, and This Year’s Christmas Village
This week, Hadas Kuznits reports on a new market specializing in the perfect roasted chicken, the popup restaurants on the waterfront at Winterfest, and Christmas Village food offerings.
The holidays are right around the corner, so you know that you’re going to start packing on the pounds pretty soon. With Thanksgiving next week, you’ll be indulging in pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and apple pie (don’t try to deny it) and soon after, all the decadent delights of Christmas will be here.
V Street is the newest 100% vegan restaurant that’s serving up your favorite foods, but with a twist thanks to exotic flavors inspired by ethnic and street foods from around the world. We know vegan food sounds like it would leave you needing a second dinner, but with snacks like Salt N Pepper Green Beans and Piri Piri Tofu, appetizers like Peruvian Fries, and entrees like Langos and Funky Kimchee Noodles, you’re bound to get your healthy fill.
This week, Hadas Kuznits reports on a West Coast cuisine coming East, an opportunity for a free snack during your holiday shopping spree, and a new Philadelphia restaurant where “no tipping” is their watchword.
As Farris Bueller taught us, mental health is just as important as physical health. So CBS Local Eat. See. Play. put together a list of products that even you weirdos who are like “well I want to go to work because I like to feel productive”, will enjoy.
Taking a vacation is awesome, except for that whole packing, getting to the airport two hours early to stand in the security line before getting on a plane where a baby will inevitably scream at the top of its lungs the whole time, part. Sometimes that alone is enough to make you never want to leave Philly again.