Food & Drink
Philadelphia has no shortage of fine dining establishments, but some days call for the quick convenience of a good food truck. While hoagies, soft pretzels and cheesesteaks will always be Philly staples, today’s food trucks serve more than the standard fare.
There are few foods more iconic of Philadelphia than the cheesesteak. From the notorious landmarks to the the tried-and-true favorites, these are the best spots to go for the Philly classic sandwich.
The grilled cheese sandwich is a comfort food classic. These Philadelphia spots are going above and beyond the standard white bread with American or cheddar and serving up creative twists on the lunchtime favorite.
For first-class eats, these five can’t-miss restaurants are just a short drive from Citizens Bank Park.
Stop by the liquor store to pick up your drink of choice and visit the top BYOBs Philly has to offer.
Whether you’re in the mood for quick takeout, a health-conscious slice, creative toppings, brick oven, coal oven, gluten-free or even vegan, Philadelphia has a pizza for you.
Japanese hibachi makes for a unique dining experience. Bring your appetite for these multi-course meals and get ready to be entertained while you eat.
Whether your fries are shoestrings, crinkle cut, curly or covered in cheese, Philadelphia has a scrumptious spud for you. Here’s a breakdown of the top places in the City of Brotherly Love to get your French fry fix.
CBS Philly brought you a list of the top spots for barbecue back in 2011. Here’s your 2014 list with some repeat favorites that have withstood the test of time, along with some new spots to try.
Try some variety with your next barbecue, and seek out some specialty craft beers instead of the regular brews. These craft beers pair exceptionally well with your carefully grilled meats.
Whether you’re craving kalbi, kimchi or kongbiji, Philly has a Korean restaurant to whet your appetite. Here’s a list that narrows down the best Korean food in the City of Brotherly Love.
On Sunday, May 11, we celebrate moms with a day dedicated just to them. Here, Philadelphia chefs offer a few recipes that are sure to make your Mother’s Day brunch extra special.
Philadelphia cuisine is much more than cheesesteaks and pretzels. Don’t miss out on these top 2014 summer festivals, where amazing food takes center stage in the City of Brotherly Love.
Treat the moms in your life to a special brunch this Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 11.
If you’re on board with possibly bumping elbows with strangers, you’ll want to check out these Philadelphia spots.