Some well-known local chefs are partnering with the Philadelphia Eagles to offer signature dishes to football fans this coming season.
This week, Chad Durkin can now be found in South Philly, Mamma Maria’s is ready for a big weekend on East Passyunk Ave. and A. Bar in Center City is open for business.
This week, Hadas reports on the “Jog ‘n’ Hog” ice cream race in Yardley, Pa., a paella cooking class in Northern Liberties, and the Philadelphia Zoo’s summer ale fest.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on a celebrity chef returning for a hometown gig, and two exciting dining events coming up this month.
An iconic Philadelphia fried chicken joint is offering one lucky customer a weekly fried chicken meal for life, and a high-end center city restaurant is offering ritzy lunches to go.
With the arrival of summer and the approach of Independence Day, Hadas reports on an ice cream festival, fireworks dinner cruises, and a wacky celebration of the season.
This week Hadas talks to an author and professional forager about how to find food growing in the wild, then visits a South Philly dessert shop offering a new summertime treat. Then, she previews an elegant-dining fundraiser for a local animal shelter.
A West Philly popsicle store opens a second branch near 4th and South, a NoLibs dessert emporium goes mobile, and another “Night Market” is about to pop up… where?
It’s a big weekend for the Alex’s Lemonade Stands cancer charity, and Eastern State Penitentiary will be serving its visitors prison slop!
A new Old City spot has munchies with a Philly twist, and a center city ice cream parlor features flavors you invent yourself. Also, a new farmer’s market on the Ben Franklin Parkway.
Planning on backyard grilling? Listen to the podcast for tips you never knew.
For more than 40 years, Le Bec Fin was Philadelphia’s five-star gold standard in French dining.
…and they’re all the weekend of May 18th! Get ready for some fabulous variety in street food.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on an upcoming beer festival, a wine festival, and a nighttime food market.
A line formed here outside of Lorenzo’s at 3rd and South, close to an hour before its 11 a.m. grand reopening.