Whether coming home for a slice of mom’s homemade pumpkin pie, visiting for the first time or following an annual family tradition, Philadelphia is brimming with holiday events, beckoning venues and delightful activities throughout the holiday season.
The restaurants listed here feature some of the best tasting menus in Philadelphia, all under $100 per person.
Hookah is the name for the device used to smoke shisha (flavored tobacco). A great way to relax with a few friends, hookah lounges are located all around Philadelphia.
Enjoy great food and good conversation without the hassle by relaxing with friends and family at one of these top Philadelphia restaurants open on Thanksgiving.
For whiskeys, rums, bourbons, vodkas and moonshine that really make a splash, check out these top Philly whiskey whisperers.
If you want to find some new ways to enjoy the season of being thankful, here are the top activities in the Philadelphia area to add some fun and culture to your schedule.
Soak up the history and take in the sights in Philadelphia without breaking the bank. Philly-area residents and visitors should check out these top attractions that all can enjoy, regardless of budget.
Philadelphia has plenty of pet-friendly eateries where dogs are welcome to accompany owners. Order up your favorite meal while Rover slurps up a fresh bowl full of H2O.
Craft beer isn’t hard to find in Philadelphia, but finding a good deal on it might prove to be a bigger challenge.
Impress your Thanksgiving guests with a homemade pie. Philadelphia bakers share their recipes for pies that are perfect for the occasion.
From melted chocolate bars mixed with milk to Mexican hot chocolate infused with espresso, here are the top spots for hot chocolate in Philadelphia.
If you’re looking for a place that not only has the latest game on the TV but also lets you indulge in your own competitive sport such as ping pong, then we can offer you a list of Philly’s best choices.
Chestnut Hill is a culturally rich, historical Philadelphia-area neighborhood known for its lively atmosphere. While it lies only minutes from downtown Philadelphia, this picturesque bedroom community — both quaint and avant garde at the same time — is best explored on foot.
Tapas are similar to appetizers or snacks and are fun small plates of food served hot or cold from Spanish/Latin American restaurants. Here are our new picks for this year’s top five tapas spots in Philly.
It’s never too late to learn an instrument. Take the next step by checking out these five spots for music classes in Philly.