When it’s time for some chef-inspired fare, these are the top places to hunker down in Philadelphia with a mouth-watering winter soup.
It’s a four-year pilot at the Jackson and Ziegler schools, using software designed by AIM Academy, of Conshohocken.
Jeff Lurie has his gold standard, I’ve got mine. And this is the standard by which all great burgers must forever be judged. It’s legendary, gaining acclaim from everyone from Oprah to legendary food critic Alan Richman, who listed it among “20 burgers you must eat before you die.” I don’t know about the other 19, but I could eat a Rouge Burger and then die happily.
Take full advantage of the weekend with these great Sunday-night spots.
Chefs across Philadelphia are getting ready to throw down in a competition to see who makes the best burger and it’s all for a good cause.
Hadas reports on the new St. James restaurant, a King of Prussia beer festival, and the latest book from José Garces.
Philadelphia is a city packed with pubs and fancy restaurants, which also makes it a city packed with burgers. We saved you the trouble by narrowing down the best burger joints in the city.
For $60, you get to taste and vote on the burgers concocted by 18 chefs and you can expect surprises.
They say with age comes wisdom, so perhaps that’s why these sultry, single, middle-aged women on the prowl know just what it takes to discover the fountain of youth.
Any professional stargazer traveling outside the orbit of New York City and Los Angeles knows that most name-brand celeb sightings are few and far between. That does not, however, mean you should be surprised to be rubbing elbows with such wildly-famous game in other urban jungles.