A popular South Street restaurant held its 6th annual Oktoberfest celebration Saturday.
This year’s festivities begin on September 20 and end on October 5.
Fall in Philadelphia means football, but not everyone will be wearing green or tailgating at the Linc. Philadelphia is a sports-fanatic’s paradise, so no worries if you root for that out-of-market football team. You don’t have to be an Eagles fan to enjoy supporting your team in Philly, because no matter which NFL colors you bleed, the City of Brotherly Love has plenty of spots where you can catch YOUR team’s big game.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
If you can’t make it to Brazil for the matches, here are some places that are guaranteed to show all of the World Cup action.
Spring is in the air and you know what that means…it’s festival season! And on Saturday, May 3rd it’ll be eight blocks of food, music, art and much more when the South Street Spring Festival returns for a second year.
While there are many spots across the city to enjoy a casual drink, these are some of the best, and they’re all accessible by public transportation.
With Pennsylvania’s large German-American population, it’s no wonder that Oktoberfest is a perennial favorite in Philadelphia.
A weekly farmers’ market opens in Old City, a West Philadelphia restaurant holds a seafood extravaganza for charity, and a nonprofit organization readies for its third nighttime market event of the season.
From the simple ballpark dog with mustard and relish to the complex Chicago-style, most everyone seems to love a hot dog every now and then. When you are looking to indulge, here are a few of our favorites.
Kosher food in Merion, sausage at the Reading Terminal Market, and beer at the National Constitution Center are all on Hadas’ menu this week.
There are quite a few Oktoberfest celebrations in and around Philly this year, so get your beer mug and head on out to one of the awesome festivals below.