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April 23, 2014

Tonight Picks: Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday And Shakespeare’s Birthday Party At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Game Of Thrones Quizzo At Drinker’s West, Philly Black Gay Pride Festival And More

The Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts even more programming than normal for pay-what-you-wish Wednesday. Tonight, look forward to events celebrating its marquee exhibition, Treasures From Korea in addition to a birthday party for William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday (today!). Head out for themed tours of the main building, a look at the marquee exhibition and plenty [...]

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April 9, 2014

Bistro St. Tropez Hosts Chef Georges Perrier And Sommelier Greg Moore For A Fine French Collaboration Dinner, Wednesday, April 23 And April 24

Le Bec-Fin might be long gone but the legend of Georges Perrier lives on in Philadelphia’s collective memory and, even more deliciously, his latest round of culinary guest spots. On Wednesday, April 23 and Thursday, April 24, Perrier will be getting his collab on at Bistro St. Tropez with longtime friends and former Le-Bec employees [...]

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March 27, 2014

Tonight Picks: Pizza Dinner Options Across The City, Philly Wine Week Continues, Upright Citizens Brigade At World Cafe Live And More

From a comedy show to plenty of options for dinner, the city is full of activity this evening. For those who don’t feel like cooking, pizza is always a good idea, and Philly is full of delicious pizza options in neighborhoods across the city. Take a look at our guide to where to find the [...]

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March 24, 2014

Philly Wine Week Picks: Our Guide To Prix-Fixe Wine Dinners At Restaurants Around Town

Philly Wine Week continues to fill stemware all around town thanks to tastings, educational events, happy hours and dinners through this Sunday, March 30. With so many events on tap for the upcoming days, it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed by the first-ever Philly Wine Week. So, we’ve compiled a list of restaurants to [...]

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December 11, 2013

Roundup: Top Picks For Christmas Eve And Christmas Day Dinners In The Philadelphia Region For 2013

[This holiday season, let Uwishunu be your merry guide. From brilliant lights and must-see attractions to festive events and jolly good times, check out our daily updates on holiday happenings in Philadelphia right here.] The holiday season is full of gift wrapping, cocktail parties, cookie swaps, tree cutting and nights of home decorating. Save some [...]

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November 18, 2013

Where To Celebrate The Wine-Fueled Beaujolais Nouveau Day 2013 At Bars, Restaurants And Shops In Philadelphia

This Thursday, November 21, the streets of Philadelphia transform into a Parisian rue for the worldwide wine celebration known as Beaujolais Nouveau Day. All around the world, wine-lovers gather to celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau — a French wine made from Gamay grapes produced in the Beaujolais region that is released for sale after being fermented for [...]

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November 8, 2013

Roundup: A Guide To Thanksgiving Dinners At Restaurants In The Philadelphia Region

It’s time to start prepping the turkey, folks, Thanksgiving is merely weeks away. For those aiming to avoid the cooking, baking, grocery store chaos and post-meal clean up, dozens and dozens of restaurants in Philadelphia make it easy for Thanksgiving-celebrators to make merry by simply lifting a fork. Beyond sit-down dinners, Philadelphia’s dining scene has [...]

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July 11, 2013

Our Guide To The Bastille Day Parties And Feasts In Philadelphia

Celebrate the storming of the historic Bastille this weekend that fueled the French Revolution with a number of blockbuster parties, bar crawls and dinners. Practice your French accent and don a beret for a weekend full of French-centric happenings. Events range from a blockbuster street party in front of Eastern State Penitentiary to French beer [...]

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May 7, 2013

Roundup: Celebrate Mother’s Day Across The City With Brunch, High Tea, Alfresco Fairs, Arts Events And More

Little-known fact: Mother’s Day was founded by Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia and first officially observed in 1908 to honor motherhood and family life during the early days of feminism. Supported by John Wannamaker, Mother’s Day was given federal recognition in 1914. In 2013, take time to honor the woman who brought you into the world [...]

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November 14, 2012

Roundup: Where To Take Part In The Worldwide Celebration Of Beaujolais Nouveau Day In Philadelphia This Thursday, November 15

Kicking off the pre-holiday season with full glasses, Beaujolais Nouveau Day, a fruitful global indulgence, arrives this Thursday, November 15. In addition to our helpful list of suggestions on where to enjoy the French vin in Midtown Village, we’ve compiled a roundup of locations throughout the city that will also take part in celebrating the [...]

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