Magrogan acknowledged that his group's last Philadelphia restaurant - Harvest Seasonal Grill at 40th and Walnut Streets - was permanently closed.
“A guy who’d been living on the street heard about it and didn’t believe it. He walked 30 blocks to check it out. He was amazed that it was real.”
For a laugh, don't miss the milk teas, sold in plastic bottles shaped like human torsos.
The NFL Draft is upon us, and aside from football, that means a couple things — namely food and drink.
For patrons and staff at Bibou, cards can be more than a mere convenience. Bibou's set menu costs $100 plus tax and tip - among the highest in town - so it's also a safety issue.
Brunch remains on weekends.
It will take the former El Cafeito at 1700 N. Third St. in Kensington.
When the restaurant closed in February 2016 for a down-to-the-studs demo/renovation, workers carefully peeled more than 500 of the caricatures off the wall. Those who reached out to management to save their mug will now be rewarded, as the restaurant gets ready for a summer reopening.
Most of the plates at Wayne's new contemporary bistro, At the Table BYOB, are vividly colorful and intricate compositions that seem ready-made for their photo close-up.
He will compete for Team USA in the next Coppa del Mondo Di Gelateria, which will be held Jan. 20-24, 2018, in Rimini, Italy.
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This fire engine red spread made from cherry peppers, garlic, and cider vinegar has plenty of zip to give any hoagie - or Zep - some zing.
Poi Dog's future claim to fame may be this updated riff on a common Hawaiian street food fried in rice flour.
A guide to the best we've encountered, and also serves as a list of the newer establishments opening this season.
Pennsylvania distilleries have been on the rise since 2011, when state legislators passed laws allowing distillers to offer tours, tastings, and on-site sales.