Eric Leveillee lands as chef de cuisine at Lacroix

He was last at Marigold Kitchen, which closed last month.

Review

Giuseppe & Sons: Where South Philly red gravy goes big (maybe too big)

Fine-tuning is needed to translate Mr. Joe’s homey flavors on a scale suitable for a fully Schulsonized glamour palace that churns 500 customers.
Review

Giuseppe & Sons: Where South Philly red gravy goes big (maybe too big)

Fine-tuning is needed to translate Mr. Joe’s homey flavors on a scale suitable for a fully Schulsonized glamour palace that churns 500 customers.

Gabi, a French cafe, is coming to North Broad Street from chef Peter Woolsey

The all-day cafe, just north of Roman Catholic High, will open at 7 a.m. and serve a reasonably priced menu.

Gabi, a French cafe, is coming to North Broad Street from chef Peter Woolsey

The all-day cafe, just north of Roman Catholic High, will open at 7 a.m. and serve a reasonably priced menu.

The streets of South Philly, in cocktail form

Giuseppe & Sons honors Philadelphia locales with signature cocktails.

The streets of South Philly, in cocktail form

Giuseppe & Sons honors Philadelphia locales with signature cocktails.
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Manayunk shuffle: Yanako to move next to Chabaa Thai

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Cooking up love in Philly restaurants

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Drag queens and mason jars: What happened when Doc’s Union Pub became Mifflin Tavern

At Mifflin Tavern, the word “Doc’s” etched into the transom and the decidedly Pennsport crowd — all Flyers gear and hoagiemouth — are the last visible vestiges of the bar's legacy.

Up on the 52nd floor, Pyramid Club opens to the public for dinner

It's trying to show off its new chef, Sylva Senat, to perspective members.

Pom Pom: Fishtown to get a vegetarian cafe

The owners of the Soup Kitchen Cafe are behind the fast-casual cafe on Frankford Avenue.

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10 talented chocolatiers, both old-school and modern, putting out single-origin chocolate bars, intricate buttercreams, hand-painted truffles, and more.

The best liver in Philadelphia | Craig LaBan

Liver lovers unite! We may be a small and exclusive club, but we are enthusiastic.

Chocolate for your Valentine from Ecuador, by way of New Jersey

A family from Ecuador has channeled their heritage into a sweet side hobby.

Conshohocken Brewing Company opens new location in King of Prussia

The KOP outpost marks the company’s fifth location.

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