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December 11, 2014

Roundup: Our Top Picks Of Multicultural Holiday Celebrations And Events In And Around Philadelphia This Month

Roundup: Our Top Picks Of Multicultural Holiday Celebrations And Events In And Around Philadelphia This Month

If celebrating the Christmas holiday in the conventional American manner isn’t your cup of hot chocolate, Philadelphia has the answer in many, many multicultural holiday events at attractions all around town for all to enjoy. Whether observing Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or any number of other cultural traditions, there are ways to spend the remaining weeks in […]

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December 9, 2014

Roundup: Where To Celebrate Hanukkah 2014 At Restaurants And Attractions In And Around Philadelphia

Roundup: Where To Celebrate Hanukkah 2014 At Restaurants And Attractions In And Around Philadelphia

The start of Hanukkah in 2014 is quickly approaching, and Philadelphia restaurants, museums and attractions are more than prepared to celebrate the Festival of Lights with a plethora of holiday celebrations. To help you celebrate from the lighting of the first candle on Tuesday, December 16 through the end of the holiday on the evening […]

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August 8, 2014

Now Open: New Restaurant Dizengoff From Chef Michael Solomonov And Steve Cook Debuts On Sansom Street Today, Friday, August 8

Dizengoff Philadelphia

The saying may state “we all scream for ice cream” on a summer day, but now that Dizengoff is open on Sansom Street, we’re betting herds of urbanites will now call for hummus. Today, the new hummusiya from CookNSolo Restaurants opened (ahead of schedule!) at 1625 Sansom Street in Center City, joining restaurateurs Steven Cook […]

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April 9, 2014

Roundup: Our Picks For Passover Dinners In And Around Philadelphia

Roundup: Our Picks For Passover Dinners In And Around Philadelphia

L’Chaim! Prepare the matzo ball soup, Passover begins on Monday, April 14 and continues through Tuesday, April 22. Don’t feel like cooking? No worries, since many restaurants in the area celebrate Passover with classic takes — and modern twists — on the holiday meal. Zahav serves up a sure-to-be-delicious feast with classic items like a […]

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January 21, 2014

Roundup: Our Top Picks For Where To Watch The Snow Fall At Bars And Restaurants In Philadelphia

Roundup: Our Top Picks For Where To Watch The Snow Fall At Bars And Restaurants In Philadelphia

As the snow falls on Philadelphia, take shelter at bars and restaurants offering stellar views of the snowy scenery through large windows and via sky-high vantage points. Whether overlooking Rittenhouse Square, Independence Mall or the city’s skyline, there are many options for snow-day dining and drinking while watching our city become a winter wonderland. For […]

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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

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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January 9, 2014

Celebrate Tu B’shvat, Or The Jewish New Year For Trees, With The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society At Zahav, Wednesday, January 15

Celebrate Tu B'shvat, Or The Jewish New Year For Trees, With The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society At Zahav, Wednesday, January 15

In honor of Tu B’shvat, also known as the Jewish New Year for trees, The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is teaming up with Zahav for an evening of food and environmental progress on Wednesday, January 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. Chef Michael Solomonov is slated to serve up up a wine and tasting menu featuring […]

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January 7, 2014

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

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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December 30, 2013

Looking Ahead: Our Roundup Of 14 Restaurant Concepts We Can’t Wait To Open On The Philadelphia Dining Scene In 2014

Looking Ahead: Our Roundup Of 14 Restaurant Concepts We Can't Wait To Open On The Philadelphia Dining Scene In 2014

Philadelphia’s restaurant scene is perfectly poised to serve up a whole new menu of deliciousness in the coming year. With an influx of talent from other cities swooping in to join local culinary masters, the dining landscape in the City of Brotherly Love is set to only expand its seemingly endless offerings of edible inspiration. […]

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December 17, 2013

Roundup: Our Picks For Alternative Holiday Events In Philadelphia

Roundup: Our Picks For Alternative Holiday Events In Philadelphia

No need to fret if Christmas isn’t your cup of tea, there are tons of happenings going on in the City of Brotherly Love for those who do not partake in the twinkling lights and presents of Christmas. Spend the remaining weeks in December (and maybe even some time off work) at any number of […]

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