Rosés have become so popular drinking pink is apparently now a year-round thing. But I still revel in the seasonal rush of cracking open rosés at the same moment those wines match the spring blossoms on the trees around me. It just feels right, especially
This bottle of 2013 Underwood pinot noir stands on its own.
Tea has fast become one of the most intriguing ingredients in the bartender's arsenal, allowing for versatile flavor infusions that offer subtle, non-alcoholic background blenders to bolster featured spirits.
The signature cocktail names at the Olde Bar are threaded with pearls of wit and obscure references that only a son of the Old Original Bookbinder's family tree could have conjured. The "5th Grandchild," for example, is an Old Grand-Dad-fueled nod ("somewhat bitter, somewhat sweet") to the restaurant childhood of Erich Weiss, the grandson of John M. Taxin who helped concoct this new list.
Few names are as synonymous with Philadelphia restaurant history as Old Original Bookbinder's. Few names are as synonymous with Philadelphia's restaurant present as Jose Garces.
A "mysterious bouquet of herbal spice" in a liqueur by an East Kensington distiller.
At the end of dreary winter, a sip of good Sauvignon Blanc is like a reveille bugle call for your taste buds to wake up to the lightness of spring.
At Juniper Commons, a flavorful revamp of the White Russian.
Few things embolden Pennsylvania winemakers (and their customers) more than kudos from a respected wine competition far afield.
Take a hungry stroll down the 200 block of Chestnut Street, and you can view the future of Old City unfolding in a few divergent - and potentially concerning - directions.
Jennifer Sabatino's approach to creating cocktails at Aldine has been deliberate in its attempt to compliment the food cooked by her husband, chef George Sabatino. So there's little wonder she raided his savory pantry for the ultimate nightcap finale to h
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