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Do you plan on seeing Pope Francis when he comes Philadelphia at the end of September? If so, we’ve compiled a list for some of the best places to grub, whether you’re alone or with friends and family.
Among those who are joining the cause, at least temporarily, is Philadelphia schools superintendent William Hite.
Whatever your reason for not imbibing, Philadelphia bars are becoming more innovative with their mocktail offerings and others have activities other than drinking you can partake in.
Regardless if it’s a hot toddy, Irish coffee, hot buttered rum, apple cider or mulled wine you seek, Philadelphia has you covered.
Where’s the beef? Not in these succulent burgers. For the best of the best in meatless patties, place your order at one of these Philadelphia veggie burger bistros.
Check out these top places to escape the cold with warming and wonderful holiday drinks for the 21+ crowd.
Leafy greens and veggies are always in season, and Philly restaurants have turned up the heat on some savory fall salads. Check out these top fall salads currently on the menu at these exciting city eateries.
To find some great organic local meals, see this list of Philadelphia restaurants.
University City is home to some of the most innovative and diverse dining options in the region. From July 17th through July 27th, diners have the opportunity to eat at some of its great restaurants for a significant discount.
After a long and exciting night celebrating New Year’s Eve in Philadelphia, a casual, unhurried brunch on New Year’s Day 2014 is a great way to chill.
A typical hot toddy is made with liquor, sugar, spices and served hot, but with these top five Philadelphia-area recipes take the toddy to a whole new level.
Dog owners rejoice, whether you’re in the mood for great pizza, steak, a juicy burger or would instead prefer a plate of pasta, there’s a Philadelphia restaurant to suit every taste — and more than 150 of them are dog friendly. These eateries all offer outdoor seating for you and your pup, and roll out those welcome mats daily with delectable doggy dining that’s just to die for.
Starting tonight, eight restaurants in Philadelphia’s western suburbs are serving up ‘Mondays without Meat.’ If you’re a vegetarian — or even if you’re not — you might really like what’s for dinner.