Philadelphia’s iconic Bookbinder’s restaurant will soon be reopened by chef Jose Garces.
The casino will hold a grand opening Thursday for Margaritaville, the $35 million restaurant, bar, and gambling complex that’s part of a $70 million expansion and renovation of Resorts.
The 13th Street Empire is expanding a block.
Four days and 50 versions of “Margaritaville” later, talent scouts for the Jimmy Buffett-themed restaurant, music and gambling complex that will open next month have a pretty good idea which acts they’ll hire to perform there.
Eagles tight end Brent Celek to open ‘Prime Stache,’ a restaurant in Old City.
It’s almost passe to talk about pig as much as we do. But not quite yet. Here are a few dishes that take bacon beyond a couple smoky strips on a plate.
Rex 1516′s Chef Regis Jansen has stepped down due to his fight with a deadly illness. Now, the restaurant is stepping up with a new cocktail to raise money for the organization that helps him.
It used to be that you had to be a real VIP to get recognized at your favorite restaurant. But as 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, now your name, your favorite table, and even how much you tip can be stored in databases for instant access.
Whether your palette fancies a fine fillet of grilled fish, a succulent lobster tail or a tin box of delicious oysters, Philly’s selection of seafood restaurants can satisfy your soul.
The delicious and decidedly un-nutritious donut and fried chicken shop has declared New Year’s Day “Chicken Wing Day.”
Score one for the waiters, as City Council approved a bill that stops restaurant owners in Philadelphia from deducting credit card fees from the waiters’ tips.
Ela restaurant is located on the corner of 3rd and Bainbridge Streets. Co-owner Jason Cichonski (left) says most locals recognize that spot as the old Judy’s restaurant.
Chris discusses the the escaped wild animals in Ohio, President Obama and Vice President Biden pushing their jobs plan, and Mitt Romney pulling an attack ad on Rick Perry. He talks to CBS 3′s Walt Hunter and Ben Simoneau on the Basement of Horror Case.
Jon Bon Jovi’s “pay-what-you-can” charity restaurant in New Jersey is open for business.
Delaware State Police say two restaurant employees were forced into a refrigerator by four robbers.