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What’s new in food this summer in Atlantic City?
Mark Will-Weber, author of “Drinking with the Democrats” and “Drinking with the Republicans” writes about the drinks, drinking habits, secrets and scandals involving presidents and alcohol.
A program that helps teach families how to cook healthy meals together held their first “graduation” this summer.
With the kids getting out of school for the summer this month, one popular child-friendly activity is a “pick-your-own” farm.
The preview party for Philadelphia’s famous annual “elegant pop-up picnic” took place earlier this week.
Iovine’s Produce at Reading Terminal Market is partnering with Drexel University students who are providing nutritional labels for their fresh-pressed juices.
As we head into Memorial Day, many folks are thinking about grilling season. That means trying to make the perfect burger — and how to dress it up.
It’s food truck season! Here’s what you can expect from the food truck community and where to find the gourmet trucks.
Philadelphia’s popular pop-up park on Penn’s Landing has opened, complete with a boardwalk and net lounge over the Delaware River. So what’s on the menu?
May is festival season in Philadelphia.There will be crazy antics and even a restaurant opening happening during this weekend’s South Street Spring Festival.
The 2nd annual Bourbon Bash takes place April 26th at Bank and Bourbon at 12th and Market Streets. The food-filled celebration is also a fundraiser for Philadelphia area schools.
One of the first outdoor pop-up beer gardens of the season is opening later this month.
The third annual Philly Wine Week starts on Sunday.
Sunday is Easter and the big questions are “What is there to eat, and where shall I go?”
The third annual Philly Chef Conference takes place at Drexel University. What topics will be explored? How has the conference evolved over the past few years?
Fairmount Avenue gets its third new restaurant this year.
Reading Terminal Market hosts its annual fundraising party this weekend, and a new vendor will be opening shop there in the Spring.
By Hadas Kuznits PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — North Philadelphia is evolving into a collection of foodie neighborhoods. Now, a new restaurant with an in-house brewery opens in the city’s Spring Garden neighborhood. Bar Hygge is located at 1720 Fairmount Avenue. Co-owner Stew Keener says Hygge is a Danish word that loosely translates to “coziness.” “So we […]
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.