Sliders are popular as bar food and appetizers, and many Philadelphia restaurants serve these favorites with serious flavor.
The next time you’re enjoying sushi and sashimi, complete the experience by washing it down with a little sake. These Philadelphia spots serve a variety of different types of the Japanese rice wine in the form of cocktails, sake bombs, small carafes and flights.
With the increasing popularity of sushi, there are more places than ever in Philadelphia right now to enjoy maki rolls, sashimi, tempura and other Japanese favorites.
Instead of sitting in your sweatpants eating popcorn this February, why not get dolled up and paint the town red carpet red?
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.
There are countless options to get your toro on, or your otoro, as there are now sushiyakis all over this city. Douzo meshiagare!