Top Calamari In PhiladelphiaFrom the casual pizza spot to classy seafood restaurants, calamari is a popular dish that you'll find on a variety of appetizer menus. Because of its versatility, restaurants are able to use the mild ingredient in a multitude of ways and mixed with different sauces and accompaniments. Here are just a few of Philadelphia’s best offerings of fried or grilled calamari rings.
Top Asian Restaurants In PhiladelphiaAsian food is a rather broad category, and Philadelphia has a spot for just about any dish that falls within this style of cuisine. Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean, Asian fusion and more - you can order takeout or sit down to a multi-course meal to enjoy food from this region.
Top Restaurants With Vegetable Gardens In PhiladelphiaCheck out a few of the Philadelphia eateries cultivating their own gardens in an effort to provide their patrons with the freshest of ingredients.
Top Frozen Cocktails In PhiladelphiaBring on the brain freeze! It's that time of year when frozen cocktails are a must at the beach, by the pool and at outdoor restaurants throughout the Philadelphia area.
Top Tapas In PhiladelphiaSince the 16th century, tavern patrons have enjoyed sharing tapas, or small plates, with their drinking buddies. Philadelphia offers plenty of places to sample flavors and share food right now in the 21st century.
Top Bars With Heated Patios In PhiladelphiaStay warm and toasty while enjoying that crisp, fall air at the top five bars with heated patios.
Top Tips And Recipes For Thanksgiving Leftovers From Philadelphia ChefsAsk a group of people what the best part of Thanksgiving is and half are likely to say leftovers. Here, some of Philly's brightest chefs offer their recipes and tips to make the most out of that turkey-day surplus.
What's Cooking on 1060: Beerfest, Burgers, and New 'Iron Chef' BookHadas reports on the new St. James restaurant, a King of Prussia beer festival, and the latest book from José Garces.
A New Popular Walking Tour Hits Center CityWalking around in the heat of summer could make one thirsty. Kyw's John McDevitt reports on a popular center city walking tour that incorporates art and ale into its route.