Travel & Leisure
So much for that famous “brotherly love.”
Philadelphians are many things, but one thing we might not consider ourselves is snobby.
According to Travel + Leisure, the City of Brotherly Love ranks number nine in a list of the best new restaurants in the world.
Travel + Leisure readers have no love for the City of Brotherly Love when it comes to looks…again.
Colorful locals? Check. Vibrant Main Street? Check. Two nearby spots made the Travel + Leisure roundup of America’s quirkiest towns.
Travel + Leisure has named America’s best beer bars, and a Philadelphia establishment has made the cut.
With another dreaded heat wave underway in Philadelphia, it’s comforting to know that we live in one of the best American cities for ice cream.
Survey results say Philly’s great museums and cultural attractions helped boost the city into the top five.
Travel + Leisure’s roundup includes Philly’s Han Dynasty and Bryn Mawr’s Yangming on its list of the 25 Best Chinese Restaurants in the U.S.
The City of Brotherly Love ranked 33 of 35 American cities on Travel + Leisure’s “Most And Least Attractive People” list.
According to one social media network, Rittenhouse Square is among the top 20 most popular parks in the United States.
The Midtown Village spot was the only Philadelphia area restaurant to make the list.
More than 40,000 votes were cast, with Philadelphia dominating in one major category.