The dog days of summer are still a few weeks away, but one Philly restaurant has gotten a kick start.
With temperatures continuing to fall, it’s time to make hot cocktails a part of our evenings.
While visiting Philadelphia, tourists will find unique takes on classic cocktails, local craft beers and many rare wines at many of the hotel bars in the area.
Square 1682 is featured in Friday’s USA Today travel section.
While Philadelphia may not be a beach resort town, it is home to numerous bars and taverns that offer specialty tropical drinks.
This week Hadas Kuznits interviews a couple of chefs who eat healthy and help their customers do the same, and an elusive bar owner who goes by one name — “Lee.”
Square 1682 is known for running one of the greenest operations in the city, so it only made sense that Chef Guillermo Tellez and his bar staff expand on the ever-growing movement for healthier menu options by adding more of them to the bar menu, too.
Square 1682, the restaurant inside the Palomar Hotel, marks its second anniversary with the High Steaks cheesesteak competition on Sunday from 3-5 p.m.
Philadelphia now has its own cocktail, thanks to a contest among six Philadelphia bartenders to create the perfect drink for the city of brotherly love.