It’s never too late to learn an instrument. Take the next step by checking out these five spots for music classes in Philly.
We may not be in Latin America, but that doesn’t mean Philadelphia isn’t full of great places to try your hand at salsa dancing.
Philadelphia is known for being one of the greatest beer cities, and we are lucky that so much great beer is brewed right here at home. Check out these top five spots to find local beer.
Philip Saunders has crafted a few recipes for you to try on your own, or if you prefer to take the party out on the town, stop by Race Street Cafe and let the professionals serve up some specialty drinks for you and your friends.
Philadelphia may not be full of piano bars, but the few we do have are bound to provide endless fun and sing-alongs. From lively dueling piano bars to romantic date-night settings, Philadelphia has it all.
Celebrate the end of the workday by enjoying happy hour in Rittenhouse with friends, coworkers, your significant other or even by yourself.
Many restaurants in Philadelphia put their own twist on the classic drink.
For a night of explosive belly laughs, check out these top comedy clubs in the City of Brotherly Love.
Here are the top bars to watch Thursday Night Football in Philadelphia.
Get out under the light of the moon and experience the terror yourself at the top haunted houses for adults in Philadelphia.
It’s almost time to break out your scary or flirtatious costume and wander the streets in search of candy or liquor. If it’s the latter you seek on this hell-raising holiday, one of these parties might be for you.
Halloween is on a Friday this year and that means Philadelphia is offering plenty of concerts and events to make this a holiday to remember.
Carl Ewald is the executive director of the Great American Brewery Runs, which hosts running events that start and finish at local craft breweries. Here, he tells us which beers to try this fall.
Here are the top Philadelphia haunts to hit up for wining, dining and spectacular water views.
This year’s festivities begin on September 20 and end on October 5.