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After three years of planning, an American comfort food restaurant has opened in the Rittenhouse Square area.
Chef Townsend Wentz is putting the finishing touches on Oloroso, set to open by the end of the month at 1121 Walnut Street.
A French restaurant in Philadelphia’s Queen Village neighborhood is bringing French cheese culture to the neighborhood next month.
This Halloween, Kensington Quarters in Fishtown is celebrating cider beer with their “Night of the Living Cider” event.
Over the last two Fridays and Saturdays of the month, Shane Confectionary in Old City will be hosting Halloween candy tours at the shop called, “Consumed: Tales from the Candy Crypt.”
Greensgrow Farm in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood is bringing back their Fall Fest on Saturday.
The 3rd annual Ardmore Restaurant Week kicks off later this month. This suburban neighborhood is quickly becoming a haven for foodies:
Philadelphia has a new restaurant opened by a ‘Top Chef’ contestant. The food is refined French-Creole-Haitian cuisine located in the city’s Midtown Village neighborhood.
It’s officially summer — the season when some of the sweetest fruits are ripening. For those who like to enjoy those foods in the winter, it’s also the height of canning season.
A summer-long food-centric “happy hour” is underway in Old City through August 31.
On Monday, June 5, Dr. Zenobia Cofer will be at the Fumo Family Library in South Philadelphia hosting a Q&A session about the Philadelphia soda tax with some members of city council.
The ‘All-Star’ Craft Beer and Wine Festival takes place at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday, May 20th.
Two religious organizations of different faiths are coming together over beer.
Sunday’s annual food festival on East Passyunk Avenue has grown into a street festival.
Oyster lovers can celebrate everything oyster at “Shuckfest” this Sunday at Oyster House at 1516 Sansom Street.
In this week’s segment of What’s Cooking on 1060, KYW’s Hadas Kuznits finds out what took him so long to focus on falafel — and gets a bonus Passover recipe ahead of the Jewish holiday.
Now that it’s spring, many people are preparing for Easter.
Philly foodies, farmers and others interested in the local food economy are gearing up for the 7th annual Philly Farm and Food Fest next month at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The inaugural Pennsylvania Spirits Convention and the 2nd annual American Whiskey Convention take place Thursday and Friday, March 23-24 at Citizens Bank Park.
Philadelphia’s 4th annual Philly Wine Week kicks off later this month.
A new multi-use concept food-hall is celebrating its long-anticipated grand opening this weekend in Chinatown.
There are not a lot of Venezuelan restaurants in Philadelphia. A new restaurant just off South Street brings the flavors of South America to life.
Reading Terminal Market’s 7th annual “Party for the Market” is a fundraiser that helps pay for building maintenance and special programming.
“We’re starting off with some ‘puppies in a blanket,’ which will be an all-beef hot dog wrapped in puff pastry and then the chefs put together a special hot dog themed menu. We have the dirt German Shephard, which is an all-beef hot dog with sauerkraut and mustard. We’re doing a Chihuahah which has pico deguillo, we even have the Pomeranian which will be falafel balls.
Two-and-a-half years after the folks at Federal Donuts decided to create a charitable restaurant, Rooster Soup Company has finally opened.
By Hadas Kuznits PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Next Saturday, January 28 is the Chinese New Year. In this week’s segment of What’s Cooking on 1060, KYW’s Hadas Kuznits has the rundown on what to eat. Alice Ye […]
A new Dim Sum restaurant held its official grand opening this week in University City.
The Franklin Institute kicks off a new year of their cocktail series at the museum this month called “Science After Hours.”
A decades-long New Year’s Day tradition of going to brunch in your pajamas continues this weekend at a popular area restaurant.
Christmas may be this weekend, but not everyone celebrates the holidays with the same food.