Food & Drink
July 23 is National Hot Dog Day. Celebrate by grabbing a gourmet version of the summer staple at one of these Philly spots.
If you are in need of being fully satiated, are craving Mexican, or just want something to hold your eggs and cheese, here are the top five places in Philly to get a breakfast burrito.
With the savage summer heat bearing down from the sky and radiating up from the pavement, you’re caught in the middle of an intense battle to fry your spirit. Sometimes, your only refuge can be found in an icy refreshment.
From a throwback roadside eatery to an upscale comfort food café, here’s a look at some of the top fried chicken places in the Philadelphia area.
There’s always a bit of childlike wonder and curious excitement that twinkles in the eyes of diners when they prepare for a dim sum feast, because popping those tiny dumpling surprises into your mouth is like eating a wonderful little secret.
When it comes to celebrating the 4th of July, there is simply no place in the entire country that is better qualified to throw this nationwide party.
Asian food is a rather broad category, and Philadelphia has a spot for just about any dish that falls within this style of cuisine. Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean, Asian fusion and more – you can order takeout or sit down to a multi-course meal to enjoy food from this region.
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.
The phrase “farm-to-table” refers to restaurants that use ingredients that are sourced from farmers and producers located as close to the restaurant as possible. Eating at these Philadelphia spots supports local businesses, and also guarantees that your food will be fresh and seasonal.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21. Treat dad to a meal at one of these Philadelphia restaurants that weekend in honor of the holiday.
Whether you crave northern Italian delicacies served in an upscale venue or the classic home-cooked dishes of your childhood, you’ll find just the right spot in the City of Brotherly Love.
With the ability to specialize in a specific fare, Philadelphia’s food trucks offer foodies a fabulously diverse smorgasbord of culinary experiences.
These Philadelphia spots offer lunchtime specials that are $10 and under.
One of the country’s best beer celebrations, Philly’s Beer Week, is returning to commemorate over 300 years of beer brewing in our great city.
With so many options proliferating the city, where do you go to experience the truly unique? Here are five highly recommended dough-stinations!