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January 9, 2014

Chef Talk: George Sabatino Offers Up His Picks For Great Restaurants, Local Ingredients And The Ultimate Philadelphia Dining Experience

[Philadelphia’s charms as an eating town are increasingly well known, but it’s also a city that harbors a fair number of hidden delights. Visit Philly asked five local food luminaries to share where they like to go on their off-hours, what they snack on late at night, their favorite low-cost meals and why they love [...]

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October 1, 2013

Now Open: Boot And Saddle Rocks South Broad Street With A Full Schedule Of Live Music And Brand-New Menu

This September, South Broad Street music hall Boot and Saddle reopened its doors after being shuttered for more than a decade. Thanks to the development work of R5 Productions and Four Corners Management — the same team that brought you Union Transfer, Morgan’s Pier and The Dolphin Tavern — the much-anticipated venue got, ahem, back [...]

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September 6, 2013

Roundup: A Guide To Festive Oktoberfest Celebrations In And Around Philadelphia

Prost! Oktoberfest takes over Philadelphia once again this year with more traditional German music, bratwurst and steins of beer than ever. From quiet backyard celebrations to street-closing block parties our list has got you covered. We’ve compiled a chronological list of Oktoberfest celebrations that are bound to be full of Oktoberfest ales and German-centric fare. [...]

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August 27, 2013

A Guide To Labor Day Weekend In Philadelphia: Special Events, Exhibitions, Festivals, Fireworks, Barbecues, Beer Gardens And More

Get ready to retire your white pants and dresses for the season, folks. Labor Day weekend is upon us. The holiday gives thanks to those who work hard all year, so it’s an opportunity to take full advantage of an extra day off. Between the Made in America festival (presented by the one-and-only Jay Z), [...]

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August 22, 2013

Tonight Picks: Free Movie Screenings At Drexel Park, Schuylkill Banks And Penn’s Landing, Seafood Boil At Morgan’s Pier, Food Trucks At World Cafe, Diner En Blanc And More

With three outdoor movies on the schedule this evening and the Diner en Blanc pop-up dining phenomenon, we’d say it’s a perfect night for a picnic. Need some tips? Look to our picnicking in Philadelphia guide for neighborhood-based suggestions and the best places to pick up everything from six-packs of canned beer to bottles of [...]

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August 21, 2013

Coming Attraction: Much-Anticipated Music Venue Boot And Saddle To Reopen On South Broad Street, Monday, September 9

Shuttered for more than a decade, South Broad Street music hall Boot and Saddle will be pulled up by its bootstraps this fall, with a much-anticipated reopening in September. In development since April 2012, R5 Productions and Four Corners Management — the same team that brought you Union Transfer, Morgan’s Pier and The Dolphin Tavern [...]

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August 19, 2013

Morgan’s Pier And Chef George Sabatino Host A Classic Summertime Seafood Boil This Thursday, August 22

With its sweet Delaware River waterfront views, scores of alfresco tables and epicurean picnic fare, Morgan’s Pier is an ideal outdoor dining destination. This Thursday, August 22, chef George Sabatino serves up a serious taste of summer with a one-night-only seafood boil supper. The prix-fixe dinner runs $35 per person (plus tax and gratuity) for [...]

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July 23, 2013

Roundup: Day-By-Day Guide To Summer Night Entertainment In Philadelphia

Looking for something cool to do on a hot summer night? You’re in luck. Each night of the week brings a great deal of entertainment to those looking for daily diversions in Philadelphia. It’s tough to know where to begin, but don’t sweat it. We’ve rounded up the top happenings in and around Philadelphia occurring [...]

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July 10, 2013

Tonight Picks: Center City Sips, Free Mini-Golf At The Porch At 30th Street Station, Twin Lobster Dinner At Oyster House And More

Between citywide happy hours, Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday at both the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the National Museum of American Jewish History, and numerous live music happenings this evening, Wednesday night events are here to keep you entertained. Cool off with a brew at the PHS Pop-Up garden or enjoy the air conditioning at one of [...]

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June 20, 2013

Tonight Picks: Night Market West Oak Lane, Summer Love Ale Kick-Off Party At Morgan’s Pier, Free Outdoor Movie Screenings At Drexel Park & Schuylkill Banks, Third Thursdays At Race Street Pier And More

It’s another doozy of an evening here in Philadelphia. The weather’s perfect and there are things going on in every corner of the city, so there is no excuse not to get outside and enjoy the offerings… Last month’s Night Market was epic and tonight’s promises to be no different. More than 50 of the [...]

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