The classes start at 5:30 p.m. at the Queen Village, Manayunk and South Philly locations.
The sandwich has been a staple in your diet for as long as you can remember. As a kid your mom would make you a P.B & J, as a teenager you devoured countless B.L.T’s, and then came your college days, when your sandwich habits consisted of scarfing down a bacon, egg and cheese every Sunday morning after drinking too much alcohol and shamefully sex-iling your roommate every Saturday night.
In the latest installation of Philly’s top BYOBs, we’re taking a short trek to the northwest neighborhoods of Chestnut Hill, Roxborough and Manayunk.
In search of a great BYOB? Head north of Center City to Fairmount, where you’ll find several surefire bets for good eats and casual drinks.
Champagne taste on a beer budget? No problem. Grab your favorite bottle of whatever and head to one of these fabulous (and inexpensive!) West Philly BYOBs.
Whether you’re toting wine, tequila or beer, here are the best BYO bets in Center City.
Chris talks to Lawyer Gregory Gianforcaro on the latest in the Jerry Sandusky trial, Matthew Pestronk about his company’s dispute with unions, CBS Philly’s Spike Eskin on Flyers, Sixers, and Phillies all losing last night, and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about Rick Santorum’s endorsement of Mitt Romney.
Voters in a dry New Jersey seaside community that calls itself America’s Greatest Family Resort has decided to stay that way, rejecting a proposal that would have let restaurant patrons bring their own wine or beer to enjoy with dinner.
Over the years, the BYOB debate has been intense. Some are even fearful to discuss it in public because of the reaction they might get from neighbors.
Chris analyzes why President Obama fails to embrace same sex marriage with the same zeal as Vice-President Joe Biden and other members of his cabinet. He talks to CBS 3’s Nicole Brewer in Ocean City, NJ as they vote whether or not to allow patrons to bring alcohol in restaraunts and to Beasley Reece about the suspensions to Cole Hamels and Claude Giroux.
Supporters of the change that would allow people to bring their own wine and beer to restaurants off the boardwalk are holding their third and final informational meeting on Wednesday night.
A week from Tuesday, voters in Ocean City will go to the polls and vote on a referendum that would allow diners to bring their own beer or wine to restaurants.
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.
Proponents of a referendum that would allow customers to bring wine and beer to dinner in Ocean City restaurants have abruptly pulled the question from the November ballot. But they insist their fight for BYOB is far from over.
Restauranteurs in Ocean City seeking a voter referendum to allow for patrons to bring beer and wine to dinner have submitted their petitions to city officials,