There’s always a bit of childlike wonder and curious excitement that twinkles in the eyes of diners when they prepare for a dim sum feast, because popping those tiny dumpling surprises into your mouth is like eating a wonderful little secret.
If you are more of the cautious, observant or flammable type perhaps you are looking more for a restaurant to dine and enjoy the holiday pyrotechnics. Here are the top 5 restaurants in Philly with a view of the fireworks.
Monday may be the least favorite day of the week for just about everybody, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have any fun at all.
Diners on “Open Table,” the restaurant reservation website, are recognizing Philadelphia’s great food scene.
Instead 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.
This week, Hadas Kuznits reports on three Philadelphia restaurants with unusual names.
Just this week, the Travel Channel stopped into La Colombe coffee shop in Rittenhouse Square to do a little filming.
Chrisoula Tsiouris will demonstrate pita-making at her daughter’s restaurant on Tuesday; starting Fridays, an outdoor market at Headhouse Square; and a new eatery for fast, healthy food.
The right rum drink can sure bring a smile to your face. Here are some of Philadelphia’s top places to toss some back.
“I’m John Adams and I’m Damien Pileggi from Rival Brothers Coffee Roasters, and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
Gemelli on Main, in Manayunk, is Clark Gilbert’s second restaurant of the same name, the first being in Narberth.
Chef Walter Staib says the National Park Service’s request for proposals “made absolutely no sense.”
Some have ribbon-cuttings for grand openings, but not Opa, the new Greek restaurant. In true Greek tradition, they had a plate smashing.
Stephen Starr’s newest restaurant is called The Dandelion.
One of the most talked-about restaurants in town won’t be closing after all.