If you are more of the cautious, observant or flammable type perhaps you are looking more for a restaurant to dine and enjoy the holiday pyrotechnics. Here are the top 5 restaurants in Philly with a view of the fireworks.
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.
The restaurants listed here feature some of the best tasting menus in Philadelphia, all under $100 per person.
Tapas are similar to appetizers or snacks and are fun small plates of food served hot or cold from Spanish/Latin American restaurants. Here are our new picks for this year’s top five tapas spots in Philly.
Many restaurants in Philadelphia put their own twist on the classic drink.
Chefs from Philly’s famous eateries Amada and Bar Ferdinand provide some sangria recipes you may want to try on your own.
As the temperatures rise in Philadelphia, many people will seek lighter foods and refreshing drinks like fruity sangria. Here are your top spots for sipping the perfect summer cocktail.
Since the 16th century, tavern patrons have enjoyed sharing tapas, or small plates, with their drinking buddies. Philadelphia offers plenty of places to sample flavors and share food right now in the 21st century.
Celebrate National Meatball Day on March 9 with some of the best available in Philadelphia. From the traditional meat and gravy to turkey and even tuna or veggie balls, there’s a meatball for everyone.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on a fundraiser planned for Reading Terminal Market, a four-day restaurant tour event, and a Philadelphia restaurant’s celebration of roast suckling pig!
Want some romance with your dinner this Valentine’s Day? Here are five of Philadelphia’s most romantic dining spots to share with your sweetie.
In the last decade or so, chefs have been elevated to superstar status–right up there with our favorite Phillies and Eagles. Here’s a list of chef’s restaurants to try in the city.