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Top Seafood Restaurants In PhiladelphiaWhile it's not a coastal city, Philadelphia is home to many eateries with excellent seafood choices. Read on for five of Philly’s top seafood restaurants.
Top Fall Soups In PhiladelphiaFall soups are hearty enough to warm you up on a chilly day, but they're not quite as heavy as winter meals that cue hibernation mode. Here's your guide to the season's favorite soups.
Top Mixologist Bars In PhiladelphiaSometimes, the ol’ yank and fill from a generic tap just can’t cut it. In those dire times of drink distress when a general practitioner just won’t do, you deserve the focused care of a true drink specialist.
Top Mussels In PhiladelphiaVisit the following spots to get your fill of fresh and delicious mussels in Philadelphia.
Top Happy Hours In RittenhouseCelebrate the end of the workday by enjoying happy hour in Rittenhouse with friends, coworkers, your significant other or even by yourself.
Top Things To Do In Philadelphia Today, Aug. 5Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
Philadelphia's Oyster House Celebrates Five Years With Free Birthday CakeSam Mink, the owner of Oyster House, will also be offering a $5 lobster roll slider, a mini version of the regular lobster roll, all day until supplies run out.
Top Oyster Happy Hours In PhiladelphiaHere are some of the best buck-a-shuck and oyster happy hours in Philadelphia.
What's Cooking on 1060: Healthy Living, Oyster Shucking, April Fool PrankingThis week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on an ice cream store's plans for April Fool's Day and a center city shellfish bar's upcoming oyster-shucking contest. (Amateurs invited!)
Top Seafood Restaurants In PhiladelphiaGet a taste of the sea in Philadelphia. From fresh fish to the best crustaceans, the city has plenty to offer to all seafood lovers.
Top Hearty Soups In PhiladelphiaStep away from the canned soups at your grocery store and let Philly's chefs show you how soup is done.
Center City Restaurant Sends Its Oyster Shells Back To NatureInstead of throwing the shells in the trash, they are placed in bins and picked up by a nonprofit, New Jersey-based environmental group, the BaySave Foundation.