Whet your appetite for elegant dining in and around Philadelphia, choice wines, special restaurant events, homemade recipes, soft pretzels, cheesesteaks … and more!
Philadelphia is a booming restaurant town, and two more highly anticipated eateries have just opened in some food-centric neighborhoods.
The 15th annual Let Them Eat Cake event takes place Sunday at the Loews Hotel.
A special cooking demonstration taking place throughout the weekend in Chinatown that could help you have a prosperous year.
Pavia Burroughs is event facilitator of Shane Confectionary’s Love Potion Workshop on Thursday and Friday February 15th and 16th.
This weekend is all about the Eagles. So here are a few suggestions on what to serve at your Super Bowl party.
An area distillery is offering a limited edition Girl Scout cookies flight pairing.
La Peg restaurant created an outdoor ice bar this week — but this is most likely the only weekend folks will be able to enjoy it before it melts.
Celebrity chef Nick Elmi reflects on his life as a chef as he announces some improvements to his third restaurant.
Kamya Arnold says the idea for the women’s vegetarian dinner blossomed when she started planning a girls night out.
The new menu item at Dim Sum House at 3939 Chestnut Street is live Norwegian King Crab.
The Free Library of Philadelphia hosts Family Holiday Baking on Saturday.
The Gershman Y is getting a head start on Hanukkah Sunday, December 9 (from 2-4 p.m.) with their annual “Latkapalooza” celebration.
There’s plenty to eat at the Christmas Village to make you feel like you’re celebrating the holidays in Germany.
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, what do you do with all those leftovers? One local chef has some creative ideas.
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.