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November 12, 2014

Roundup: A Guide To Thanksgiving Dinners, Buffets And Take-Aways At Restaurants In The Philadelphia Region

Di Bruno Bros. Thanksgiving Dinner Philadelphia

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

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April 28, 2014

Our Picks For Kentucky Derby Viewing Parties And Food And Drink Specials At Bars And Restaurants In And Around Philadelphia, May 2-3

Our Picks For Kentucky Derby Viewing Parties And Food And Drink Specials At Bars And Restaurants In And Around Philadelphia, May 2-3

Raise your mint julep, the 2014 Kentucky Derby returns for its 140th year of horse races on Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3. The Southern festivities are felt all throughout the country, and Philadelphia certainly isn’t left in the dust, as a number of bars and restaurants in the region host Kentucky Derby parties […]

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February 27, 2014

Roundup: Where to Celebrate Mardi Gras And Fat Tuesday In And Around Philadelphia

Roundup: Where to Celebrate Mardi Gras And Fat Tuesday In And Around Philadelphia

Known around the world as one of the most raucous party seasons of the year, Mardi Gras traditionally celebrates a bit of debauchery before the fasting days of Lent, the six weeks leading up to the Easter Sunday holiday. The Carnival season, beginning on or after the Epiphany or Kings day and wrapping up on […]

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January 3, 2014

Roundup: Our Top Picks For Fireside Dining At Bars And Restaurants In Philadelphia

Dandelion

Ready for a winter warmer, Philadelphia? Chilly, snowy weather leaves us longing for warm meals and even warmer environs. With just a little planning, a cozy fireside seat at a Philadelphia dining destination can be easily had. Escape the chill and snuggle up by the fire at any of the numerous bars and restaurants around […]

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November 8, 2013

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

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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October 10, 2012

Halloween In Philadelphia 2012: Frightening Festivals, Terrifying Tours, Horrifying Haunted Houses And More

Halloween In Philadelphia 2012: Frightening Festivals, Terrifying Tours, Horrifying Haunted Houses And More

There’s no better place than Philadelphia if you’re in search of some of the most eccentric and authentic Halloween celebrations on offer anywhere. One of the oldest cities in the country doesn’t hold back on frightening encounters — this is considered one of the most haunted regions of North America. But whether you’re looking for […]

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July 18, 2012

South Street Headhouse District Presents “The Dog Days Of Summer,” Six Days Of Hot Dog Celebrations, July 19-23

South Street Headhouse District Presents "The Dog Days Of Summer," Six Days Of Hot Dog Celebrations, July 19-23

Did you know that July is National Hot Dog Month? Even though the month is half over, the hot dog celebrations are just getting warmed up. From July 19-23, South Street Headhouse District is hosting The Dog Days of Summer, a six-day extravaganza in honor of one of America’s favorite fast foods. The fun kicks […]

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March 2, 2012

Roundup: Philadelphia Flower Show-Inspired Food, Drinks And Art Around The City

Roundup: Philadelphia Flower Show-Inspired Food, Drinks And Art Around The City

The 2012 Philadelphia Flower Show, March 4-11, has infused the city with the spirit of Hawaii. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the organization behind the annual iconic event, the entire world’s largest indoor flower show, has even been able to summon those spring-like temps we’ve been privy to lately to complete the Philly-as-tropical-paradise disguise. Ok, that’s […]

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January 19, 2012

Roundup: Our Guide To Restaurants And Bars In Philadelphia With Extracurriculars, From Ping Pong And Shuffleboard To Jenga And Pac-Man

Roundup: Our Guide To Restaurants And Bars In Philadelphia With Extracurriculars, From Ping Pong And Shuffleboard To Jenga And Pac-Man

Sometimes your vision of an ideal night out includes a few great beers for a solid price, delicious eats, an energized, friendly vibe and… games. Good thing a sizable handful of Philadelphia bar and restaurants offer games and other means of entertainment in the form of everything from ping pong and foosball to darts and […]

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November 15, 2011

The Twisted Tail To Welcome Fred Noe, Jim Beam’s Great-Grandson And Master Distiller In His Own Right, For A Bourbon Tasting, November 16

The Twisted Tail To Welcome Fred Noe, Jim Beam's Great-Grandson And Master Distiller In His Own Right, For A Bourbon Tasting, November 16

The Twisted Tail, Headhouse Square’s newest restaurant, bar and live music venue, is thrilled to welcome Fred Noe, the great-grandson of Jim Beam himself, for a bourbon tasting and meet & greet on Wednesday, November 16 from 7-9 p.m. Noe is a seventh generation master distiller who took over the family’s legacy in 2007. During […]

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