The Deep-fried Twinkie Burger is just the latest offering from PYT, which is already famous in Philly for its rotating selection of oddball (and potentially heart-stopping) burgers.
The event, which was created by Main Line Today and Alfredo BYO, works much like a restaurant week and in that participating restaurants offer three-course, prix fixe meals.
Head just 15 minutes northwest of Center City for an all-day foodie festival, followed by five days of discounted dishes at more than 20 restaurants.
Collingswood says the point of the weeklong event is to get kids interested in different, healthy foods.
Center City Restaurant Week returns for its tenth anniversary this September, and here’s what you need to know to take advantage of it!
After years of searching and failing to find the exact flavors of that childhood chop suey, here are five spots that come close to delivering on the memory.
More Cuban food will soon be coming to Center City.
Long John Silver’s “Big Catch” took the dubious honor, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
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Because there’s nothing like the combination of food, friends and the great (urban) outdoors to instantly improve your mood.
Head just 15 minutes northwest of Center City for an all-day foodie festival, followed by two weeks of discounted dishes at more than 20 restaurants.
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.
Majority Of Chefs Up For Magazine’s ‘People’s Best New Chef’ In The Mid-Atlantic Region From Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A national magazine is asking its readers to vote for their favorite up-and-coming chefs, and almost all of the finalists in the Mid-Atlantic region hail from Philly. Seven out of 10 of […]
Ahhh, South Philly: a bastion of tried-and-true BYOBs. Check out our shortlist of the neighborhood’s best – from mom-and-pop shops to upscale experimental dining.