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April 14, 2014

Jamonera Hosts A Southern Spanish Fish Fry In Midtown Village Complete With Fried Fare, Wine And More, April 16 To 18

After an incredibly successful fish fry during Philly Wine Week, Jamonera brings back its Southern Spanish Fish Fry this week, April 16 through 18. The Midtown Village bar and restaurant from chef Marcie Turney and her partner Valerie Safran always delivers an ever-changing variety of high-quality Spanish tapas — meats, cheese, seafood, salads and more [...]

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April 7, 2014

Celebrate The Season Launch Of Mad Men In Swingin’ Sixties Style At Pennsylvania 6 On Sunday, April 13

Midtown Village restaurant Pennsylvania 6 (PE6) is capitalizing on its retro appeal with a Mad Men season premiere party on Sunday, April 13 that can, at least for a night, capture the spirit of Sterling Cooper & Partners’ martini-soaked ragers. As the televisions at the bar broadcast a live screening of the show, the kitchen [...]

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March 21, 2014

Opa Serves Up A Multi-Course Feast In Celebration Of Greek Independence Day, Tuesday, March 25

In celebration of Greek Independence Day, Midtown Village modern Greek bar and restaurant Opa welcomes revelers to a feast of a party. Take the routine out of Tuesday with an affordable (and delicious) four-course prix-fixe lunch or dinner available all day on Tuesday, March 25. For $25, transport taste buds to Greece with a special [...]

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March 14, 2014

Roundup: Best Pizza in Philadelphia — Where To Find The Best Pizza In Neighborhoods Across The City

If there is one dish with practically universal appeal, it must be pizza. There’s something about the cheesy, sauce-laden goodness of a pizza pie that just never seems to get old, even when it’s actually a few days old (c’mon, cold pizza for breakfast is delicious). Fortunately, finding amazing pizza in Philadelphia can be as [...]

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February 10, 2014

Today, Stop By Opa In Midtown Village For $3 Food And Drinks All Day Long In Celebration Of Its 3rd Birthday, February 10

Looking to drink and dine on the cheap? Today, Opa has your answer. In celebration of its third birthday, the modern Greek restaurant is slated to serve up a special menu of $3 food and drinks all day long. Stop by during lunch, dinner, happy hour or for post-dinner drinks to take advantage of the [...]

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February 3, 2014

Sampan Continues Chinese New Year Celebrations With A Year Of The Horse Prix-Fixe Dinner Menu, February 4-14

The Year of the Horse is off to a gallop in Philadelphia with fantastic festivities celebrating the Chinese New Year throughout the city. In Midtown Village, chef Michael Schulson’s modern Asian eatery Sampan marks the advent of the Lunar New Year with a tailor-made Year of the Horse prix-fixe menu, available Tuesday, February 4 through [...]

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January 22, 2014

Roundup: The Best Ramen In Philadelphia — Where To Get A Bowl Of Piping Hot Ramen In Philly

Philadelphia hasn’t always been a ramen town, but in recent years, Philly’s ramen scene has taken off. In the past year or so, a bunch of new Japanese-style ramen places have opened, including Nom Nom Ramen in Rittenhouse Square, Market 16 Noodle Bar and Ramen Bar in University City, Hiro Ramen House in Washington Square [...]

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November 21, 2013

Tonight Picks: Beaujolais Nouveau Day In Midtown Village And Other Neighborhoods, The Hunger Games Early Premiere At The Franklin Institute, Food Fight Fundraiser For Fairmount And More

Happy almost weekend, Philadelphia! The city is abuzz with Thursday night events (and lots of wine) to help start your weekend a little early. Today marks the annual wine celebration, Beaujolais Nouveau Day, a holiday toasting to a light, fruity wine from the Beaujolais region in France that is released for sale after being fermented [...]

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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 7, 2013

The Independent Hotel Welcomes A Selection Of Artwork By Temple University Art Students At Its Brand-New Rotating Exhibition

The Independent Hotel teams up with Temple University’s Tyler School of Art for a new rotating art exhibition which is set to bring unique splashes of color to the boutique hotel’s walls. The exhibition features a rotating lineup of drawings and paintings by some of the most talented artists from Temple University’s renowned art program. [...]

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