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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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January 7, 2014

Chef Talk: Philadelphia’s Chef Marcie Turney Reveals Her Favorite Restaurants, Preferred Markets, Food Secrets And More

[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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April 8, 2013

Roundup: Top Accolades Continue To Pour In For Philadelphia’s Food and Drink Scene

It’s no secret to us that Philadelphia’s food scene is bigger and better than ever. No matter what you’re looking for, a restaurant (or multiple restaurants) in any of our neighborhoods will be able to satisfy your craving for superlative fare. Some of our favorite Philly chefs and restaurants have been receiving major press from [...]

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December 14, 2012

Roundup: Top Picks For Where To Enjoy New Year’s Eve Dinner In Philadelphia

Ring in the New Year at Philadelphia’s top restaurants with dinner specials, festive celebrations and champagne toasts. This year is extra-flexible with the return of two sets of (free!) fireworks shows on the Delaware River Waterfront, at 6 p.m. and midnight. Enjoy the 6 p.m. show with kids, or not, followed by dinner and a [...]

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October 29, 2012

Video Interlude: Chefs Jeff Michaud And Brad Spence Channel A Little “Breaking Bad” To Make Their Soft Pretzels And Beer Cheese

These guys are serious about their soft pretzels. In the latest episode of Dude Food on Youtube, Chefs Jeff Michaud and Brad Spence (of Osteria and Amis) go a little ‘Breaking Bad‘ in the kitchen to make the mini soft pretzels and beer cheese that are so popular at Alla Spina. Michaud and Spence put [...]

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August 20, 2012

Roundup: Quirky Pizza Secrets In Philadelphia, From Unsliced Pies To A Pizza Speakeasy To DIY Pizza

With the world’s first pizza museum and shop, Pizza Brain, opening in Fishtown later this summer, pizza lovers will finally have a place to explore the crispy, charred inner recesses of America’s favorite food. With more than 550 artifacts in rotation, Pizza Brain will educate eaters about the cultural impact of the famed Italian import [...]

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August 10, 2012

Roundup: Philadelphia Restaurants And Chefs Boasting National TV Cred

Philadelphia has a solid place on the national radar when it comes to food and drink. Just this week, Saveur Magazine declared Philly to be the East Coast’s most exciting emerging food town. And, as we told you yesterday, Esquire just crowned Philadelphia The Late Night Capital of the United States. Pretty awesome. Not only [...]

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April 24, 2012

Roundup: Our Top Picks For Philadelphia’s Best Wood-Fired Pizza

It’s no surprise that Philadelphia, a city with such a rich Italian heritage, is a haven for delicious gourmet pizza. And in recent years, the pizza offerings around town have only gotten better as a new class of Philadelphia restaurants have entered the fray, specializing in pies that have turned pizza into a meal worth [...]

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April 4, 2012

The First-Ever Lemon Society Speakeasy To Benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Set For April 20 At The Arts Ballroom

The Lemon Society of Philadelphia, a group of young professionals in the Philadelphia region which supports the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, are holding the first-ever Lemon Society Speakeasy cocktail party on Friday, April 20, 8-11 p.m. at the ARTS Ballroom. The prohibition-themed mixology event is a fundraiser for ALSF’s Annual Childhood Cancer Symposium, which benefits [...]

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February 27, 2012

Google Maps Now Taking You Inside Your Favorite Philadelphia Restaurants And Bars

View Larger Map Have you ever wanted to check out what a restaurant or bar looked like before actually visiting it? We certainly have. Enter Google Maps. Google Maps first unveiled Street View back in 2007, allowing people to see not just the address of where they were trying to go, but also what the [...]

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