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Philadelphia may be far from the Caribbean, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a great tropical beverage to enjoy on a hot summer day that’ll make you feel like you’re on vacation without actually leaving the city.
Made with wine, fruit and other mixers, sangria is a refreshing drink that’s perfect for spring and summer. Here’s a list of the best spots in Philadelphia to sip it.
From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, these Philly spots prove that bacon really does make just about anything better.
Celebrate the end of the workday by enjoying happy hour in Rittenhouse with friends, coworkers, your significant other or even by yourself.
Celebrate your love of tacos and alliteration with Taco Tuesday. From your standard no-fuss meat tacos to more upscale tuna tacos, these Philadelphia spots have some of the best offers in the city.
There are a few restaurants in the Philadelphia area that can almost sate my hankering for Cuban cuisine when it strikes. Here’s where to go for a taste of an island that’s so close, yet—sadly—so far for most of us.
Pick any of these top spots in Philly to enjoy both traditional Cuban dishes such as ropa vieja and seafood paella, as well as more innovative items like gluten-free versions of old favorites.
Philly’s top chefs and restaurants flex their creative muscles and bring you innovative tasting menus that are worth splurging on.
From Philly-style water ice to fruit sorbet and fresh mint concoctions, these are your best bets for sweet treats this season.
From the classic rum, mint and lime mojito to more elaborate concoctions made with various fruits, here are your top spots in Philly to enjoy this warm-weather favorite.
This week Cuba announced its citizens no longer need an exit visa to leave the country, giving them the freedom to leave without government permission.
The right rum drink can sure bring a smile to your face. Here are some of Philadelphia’s top places to toss some back.