Get A Brew At BruYou’re probably thinking “ugh, not another bier garden, there are plenty of those in Philly”, but seriously this is something you’re not going to want to miss.
Scratch That ItchScratch Biscuits has come to save the day and help cure your hangover from hell with well… biscuits. It may sound kind of bland but just trust us on this one.
Head To HelmHelm is a new and contemporary American BYOB restaurant that features only the freshest seasonal ingredients from local urban farmers, so you know it’s going to be good.
Secrets For An Essential JulyIt’s July! With the 4th of July around the corner, nothing says America like a great party. We at CBS Local E.S.P. Eat. Sleep. Play want you to kick off July the right way, but most of all the American way, so we’re bringing you all the things you need to make your month unforgettable.
Be There Or Be SquareTria Fitler Square is the newest addition to the Tria Café family, and it’s certainly the best one because instead of just serving sandwiches, they serve actual entrees too.
A Not So Common PlaceWilliam Street Common is the newest addition to the Philly biergarten scene, and is by far the best. With a big communal table where you can sit and enjoy awesome bites like warm pretzel bites, snack bacon and BBQ Short Ribs and a drink menu where everything is five bucks you definitely can’t go wrong here.
Don't Throw BricksBrick and Mortar is the newest restaurant to hit Philly and it will literally become your new go-to place for everything.
V-Day Done RightThis year skip the shopping and head to Palladino’s on Passyunk for a delicious Italian meal you’ll love and that will also save you from the agony of having to choke down your Valentine’s inedible attempt at a homemade meal.
Start Off At DizengoffYes, you just read that correctly, your favorite eat-in, take-out Israeli spot Dizengoff is now hosting a monthly ticketed brunch. This means that once every four weeks you buy a ticket for $26 which gets you a seat, all the homemade breads, pastries, salad, shakshuka, and whatever else the chef feels like making that you can eat, plus all the coffee and fresh juice that you can drink, so you better get your eating pants out.
SouthHouse: Your Winter HarborThis new spot is in a nice, casual neighborhood, has a full open bar with a huge wine and beer list, the food is like amazing and there’s something on the menu for even the pickiest of eaters to eat.
Party Like It's 1980Yup, Chef and Owner Kevin Sbraga is bringing it back to the 80’s, which is apparently not only the time of short shorts and Afros but a time of delicious roasted meats, totally rad salads and bread bowls filled with dip.
Party Into 2015We know it’s important to give 2014 a proper goodbye and to start 2015 off on the right foot. So no matter what your plans may be, we at CBS Local E.S.P Eat. See. Play. are bringing you all the best stuff to make sure you have the best night of the year.
Ski For A SandwichWe know that after hours of skiing or boarding, the last thing you want to do is sit down in a restaurant for a long, drawn out meal; so instead of hitting up the closest fast food joint on the way back into Philly, hit up Jakes Sandwich Board’s newest location in University City for a satisfying sandwich.
Take A Stroll Down V StreetV Street is the newest 100% vegan restaurant that’s serving up your favorite foods, but with a twist thanks to exotic flavors inspired by ethnic and street foods from around the world. We know vegan food sounds like it would leave you needing a second dinner, but with snacks like Salt N Pepper Green Beans and Piri Piri Tofu, appetizers like Peruvian Fries, and entrees like Langos and Funky Kimchee Noodles, you’re bound to get your healthy fill.
Speed To Lo SpiedoTaking a vacation is awesome, except for that whole packing, getting to the airport two hours early to stand in the security line before getting on a plane where a baby will inevitably scream at the top of its lungs the whole time, part. Sometimes that alone is enough to make you never want to leave Philly again.