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A handful of so-called healthy meal convenience stores are opening this month in Philadelphia — and the Snap Kitchen concept is making its way to the East Coast from Austin, Texas.
In this week’s edition of What’s Cooking in 1060, KYW’s Hadas Kuznits visited The Philly Pretzel Factory on West Passyunk Avenue to learn how this city’s classic snack is made.
There seems to be a new vegetable trend on the dining scene. It seems cauliflower has earned a seat at the “cool-kids” table, right next to kale.
With Revolution Taco opening earlier this month in Rittenhouse Square, KYW’s Hadas Kuznits focused this week’s “What’s Cooking on 1060” segment on the fast-casual taco food trend.
Old City’s massive vacant corner restaurant that was once Haru restaurant is no longer vacant. This is opening weekend for The Little Lion at 243 Chestnut Street.
The former Four Seasons has opened as The Logan Hotel. The restaurant inside which now occupies the space of the former Fountain Restaurant is now open.
Mountain Laurel Spirits, the distiller of Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey, has been recognized by two national magazines.
The Chocolate Cafe is the perfect winter hideaway. It’s a semi-secret spot to sit and sip hot chocolate.
It’s a milestone year for the Gershaman Y’s annual Latkapalooza festival.
Panorama restaurant is celebrating a quarter century in business with a new cookbook.
A former acclaimed Philadelphia chef returns home — 160 pounds lighter — to open ’26 North’ in Old City.
November is the “month of 1,000 pies” at Red Owl Tavern.
By Hadas Kuznits PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A unique student-run, sustainable, healthy cafe is open inside Ritter Hall at Temple University. Kathleen Grady, director of sustainability at Temple University is the advisor assigned to the Rad Dish […]
The first ever one is being held Saturday, October 24 in the parking lot of Lincoln Financial Field.
Nothing says fall like a visit to a pumpkin or apple picking farm. This month is high season for those activities and a South Jersey Farm offers the full experience, complete with the hayride to the pumpkin patch.