Philadelphia may be far from the Middle East, but that doesn’t mean authentic Middle Eastern food is nowhere to be found.
It’s no secret that Philadelphia has an amazing food scene, but what restaurants are the best of the best in the City of Brotherly Love?
Whether you’re visiting the City of Brotherly Love or a Philly native seeking good food and atmosphere, the word on the street is that these five venues are worth braving the lines for.
Grab some chips, pita, laffa or even a churro. With these scoopable Philadelphia dips, you won’t want to waste any time digging in.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with delicious latkes you can make at home in the style of some of the city’s best chefs.
Some of the top bars in Philly will have seasonal drinks available once fall rears its colorful head.
This is no Paula Deen cruise; the $6,750 ten-day culinary adventure in the Holy Land with Chef Michael Solomonov includes a night in a Bedouin tent, a float in the Dead Sea, and plenty of Israeli food and drinks for all.
With the arrival of summer and the approach of Independence Day, Hadas reports on an ice cream festival, fireworks dinner cruises, and a wacky celebration of the season.
This week, Hadas Kuznits reports on three Philadelphia restaurants with unusual names.
Solomonov is the head chef and runs the Israeli Restaurant, Zahav in Old City. The James Beard award recognizes him as the best in his class for the Mid-Atlantic region.
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.
Jews across the Delaware Valley are celebrating the high holidays. So what’s for dinner?