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This week on “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on some new dining spots in Philadelphia and the beer festival coming to the King of Prussia Mall in early October.
Philadelphia is home to many colleges and die-hard sports fans and, with college football season finally starting, you’ll want to find a place to watch the game.
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.
For Philadelphia-area fans looking for a bar where they can watch their favorite players go from love-love to win-win, these spots are some of our top picks.
Planning a night out on the town with just the guys? Check out some of the places listed here.
University City is home to some of the most innovative and diverse dining options in the region. From July 17th through July 27th, diners have the opportunity to eat at some of its great restaurants for a significant discount.
Philly has a long and proud history when it comes to hockey. If you can’t be there in person, the next best thing is cheering on your team with fellow fans at one of Philadelphia’s top pubs, eateries or sports bars.
You’ve worked hard on creating the perfect bracket, why spend even more time finding the perfect bar to watch the games?
If staying at home and cleaning up spilled beer from the floor isn’t your cup of tea this February 2nd, Philly has some fantastic sports bars to check out. Here are some of the best.
The weather is officially frigid, but here’s where to thaw out by the fireplace (or pit!) in Philadelphia.
Typically made with fermented apples, pears or pumpkins, hard cider combines traditional fall flavors with the light and refreshing qualities of beer. These Philly spots are your best bet for enjoying the fall favorite.
Gather some friends and visit these Philadelphia spots to imbibe tasty fall beers that celebrate the season.
If you’re in search of a quick bite, a substantial meal, craft brews or the largest projection screen in Philadelphia, these are your best bets for game-friendly eats.
Philadelphia may have more than its share of urban outdoor dining spots, but when it comes to rooftop bars and lounges, the city—sadly—comes up short. Still, the pickings aren’t quite slim to none.
It’s a tradition for many college hoops fans to watch the action at their favorite watering hole, and Philadelphia is well known for bars that celebrate the madness.