If you are more of the cautious, observant or flammable type perhaps you are looking more for a restaurant to dine and enjoy the holiday pyrotechnics. Here are the top 5 restaurants in Philly with a view of the fireworks.
“It’s what I always imagined New York pizza should taste like,” the magazine’s writer says.
Be both healthy and festive at your Fourth of July BBQ with these red, white, and blue dish ideas.
The phrase “farm-to-table” refers to restaurants that use ingredients that are sourced from farmers and producers located as close to the restaurant as possible. Eating at these Philadelphia spots supports local businesses, and also guarantees that your food will be fresh and seasonal.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21. Treat dad to a meal at one of these Philadelphia restaurants that weekend in honor of the holiday.
Want a meal so simple that all you need is a mug and a microwave? Learn how to prepare chocolate pistachio brownies in a mug with this easy recipe from Denise Smart, author of “Meal In A Mug.”
Brews will be flowing Saturday in Atlantic City at the first ever Boardwalk Beer Festival.
Whether you crave northern Italian delicacies served in an upscale venue or the classic home-cooked dishes of your childhood, you’ll find just the right spot in the City of Brotherly Love.
With the ability to specialize in a specific fare, Philadelphia’s food trucks offer foodies a fabulously diverse smorgasbord of culinary experiences.
The trick to having a stress-free meal in the great outdoors is to pack your basket well.
Walter Staib, chef-owner of the City Tavern in Society Hill, has been named culinary ambassador for the replica tall ship of the Marquis de Lafayette, which will be arriving in Philadelphia later this month.
These Philadelphia spots offer lunchtime specials that are $10 and under.
Philadelphians can take their pick of delicious, local produce, dairy products and baked goods…even artisanal chocolate and natural beauty products!
With so many options proliferating the city, where do you go to experience the truly unique? Here are five highly recommended dough-stinations!
Rita’s might be fine in a pinch, but Philadelphia has so many other options when it comes to refreshing, homemade ‘wooder ice.’
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.
Celebrate National Vegetarian Day with one of these delicious vegetable filled dishes. Not into salad? Try spinach lasagna, hummus or falafels.