Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, Valentine’s Day or just an excuse to go out with your special someone, certain nights call for romantic spots. These Philadelphia restaurants are sure to impress on your next date night.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on celebrity chef Marc Vetri’s new, unnamed venture; a festival in Lambertville, NJ on Thursday evening, June 12th; and a new center city storefront featuring “Japanese burritos.”
At these Philadelphia spots, you can count on attentive, friendly service to go along with your meal.
Food Tank, a food think tank, named both Chef Jose Garces and Chef Marc Vetri to its list.
Chef Marc Vetri stopped by Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School in North Philadelphia, which is affiliated with his Vetri Foundation healthy eating program called “Eatiquette.”
Philly has a especially large number of excellent sommeliers. Here’s the scoop on just a few.
The Midtown Village spot was the only Philadelphia area restaurant to make the list.
Over the past 30-some years, Philly has opened some amazing restaurants. Pick up one of these Philadelphia cookbooks to learn a few of your favorite recipes!
Konstantinos Pitsillides, who was again up for best chef/Mid-Atlantic, was not selected as a finalist. “My aim is not James Beard, it’s just my customers.”
Want some romance with your dinner this Valentine’s Day? Here are five of Philadelphia’s most romantic dining spots to share with your sweetie.
In the last decade or so, chefs have been elevated to superstar status–right up there with our favorite Phillies and Eagles. Here’s a list of chef’s restaurants to try in the city.