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Buzz seems to be loudest for the shakes, which are made with Sweet Pea ice cream from Doylestown.
If you’re not a fan of firing up the bird on Thanksgiving, many restaurants located in Philadelphia are offering special holiday platters featuring signature turkey platters with a wide range of sides. Here’s a list of restaurants to choose from. Reservations are recommended.
One recent morning, Susanna Foo could be found, bundled in a quilted jacket, picking out boxes of butternut squash, cauliflower, and sweet potatoes at the chilly wholesale produce market in Southwest Philadelphia. The weekly shopping dates to her days on Walnut Street, when for 25 years her eponymous restaurant was the toast of the town.
“Back of the house was a male-dominated industry for a long time, but it’s changing, says Vetri COO Jeff Benjamin.
Chef Adam Willner, working with his wife, Cheri, calls this "a modern interpretation of the traditional bagel shop."
Folks in Phoenixville are rallying round The Fisherman. The owners are unsure how to handle it.
There's a flicker of hope for this Old City pub with the cool chef, but carelessness casts a serious shadow.
Cafe Nola, facing eviction, files for bankruptcy