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.
If you crave Italian food, you certainly won’t go hungry in Philadelphia. With options ranging from light and fluffy gnocchi to ribbons of pappardelle, these restaurants will delight you with their handmade pasta.
The lines were long outside the famous cheese, pasta, sausage, meat, fish, bread, and pastry shops, where many were picking up the perfect antipasto.
Summer and fall go hand-in-hand with beer drinking, outdoor dining and beer gardens in the City of Brotherly Love.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits previews a new Northern European restaurant coming to South Philly, talks with a local chef about his upcoming tour of Italy, and hears from a local chef about her new cookbook.
Hadas Kuznits covers a seafood restaurant on South Street, a Christmas celebration at a Reading Terminal Market shop and an Italian feast in South Philadelphia.
Ask a group of people what the best part of Thanksgiving is and half are likely to say leftovers. Here, some of Philly’s brightest chefs offer their recipes and tips to make the most out of that turkey-day surplus.
Make way for some up-and-coming Philly chefs who will soon be gaining notice.
Hadas takes a look at a new addition to a local restaurant, a Philly style chef competiton, and the celebration of National Ice Cream Month.
This week Hadas Kuznits interviews Joe Cicala of Le Virtù, Kevin Sbraga of Sbraga, and Lou Campanaro of Village Belle.