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23 Essential Cheap Eats in Philadelphia, Summer 2017

Fill up on tacos, pho, falafel, roast pork, tomato pie, and much more With one of the strongest sandwich games around and a diverse array of casual neighborhood spots, Philly is a dining destination no matter what sort of budget you're working with. Show More Summary

Original 13 Is Opening in Kensington This Summer

There’s more hard cider coming to town Original 13 Ciderworks is opening a cider brewery and tasting room in Kensington in a converted industrial building dating back to the late 1800s. The new cidery, at 1526 N. American Street, will...Show More Summary

Tria in Filter Square Is Shutting Its Doors

It will close sometime this summer Tria Café Filter Square, one of the city’s four Tria locations, is closing after two years at 23rd and Pine streets. The building, which housed Dmitri’s previously, has been bought by real estate developer Allan Domb. Show More Summary

Rembrandt’s in Fairmount Is Likely Becoming Modo Mio 2.0

Chef Peter McAndrews freed up some time by closing his Girard Avenue BYOB and two Paesano’s After 32 years in Fairmount, Rembrandt’s is closing. The restaurant, up the street from Eastern State Penitentiary, will likely reopen as a new...Show More Summary

Philly’s 22 Essential Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants

When people visit Philly, they most likely want a cheesesteak. Fair enough: We're good at cheesesteaks. But when you've scarfed down a greasy, meaty sandwich the size of your forearm, vegetables start looking mighty fine. Fortunately Philly's got one of the country's most exciting vegetarian and vegan dining scenes. Show More Summary

Where to Eat Up and Down the Jersey Shore

The best bets this summer from beachside classics to new favorites Anyone who grew up spending summers at the Jersey Shore has a special place in their heart for cheesy slices of Manco & Manco pizza, cones of swirled Kohr’s custard, and tubs of sticky caramel corn from Johnson’s. Show More Summary

Kevin Sbraga’s Last Restaurant Is Closing — And More Food News

Sylva Senat’s Maison 208 has an opening date and Stephen Starr is headed to D.C. again — Kevin Sbraga’s Fat Ham in King of Prussia will close this weekend after just nine months. The Top Chef winner’s Fat Ham in University City is already closed, along with his Sbraga on Broad Street, Juniper Commons, also formerly on Broad, and Sbraga & Co. Show More Summary

The Eater Philly Cocktail Heatmap, June 2017

Where to drink right now If you want to discover the newest and hottest places to eat in Philly, you check the Eater Heatmap. Now it's just as easy to know where to drink, from happy hour through last call. Eater Philly's Cocktail Heatmap...Show More Summary

Eat and Drink Your Way Through Philadelphia’s Historic District

A guide to the best restaurants in Old City It comes as no big surprise that the birthplace of American democracy — home to the Liberty Bell, Ben Franklin’s print shop, Betsy Ross’s flag-making studio, and the very same building where the U.S. Show More Summary

Pride 2017: Where to Eat, Drink, and Score Deals Along the Parade Route

Philly’s LGBT Pride Parade and Festival is Sunday, June 18 The rainbow crosswalks at 13 th and Locust streets in the Gayborhood are a perfect place for Philly’s annual LGBT Pride Parade and Festival to begin this Sunday, June 18. Thousands...Show More Summary

10 Restaurants Worth the Drive From Philadelphia

These must-try eateries are all within two hours of Philly Whether it’s a lack of AC or a surplus of dripping cups of wooder ice, summertime in Philly is a decidedly sticky affair. But that makes it the ideal season to hop in the car, roll down the windows, and hit the road in search of destination dining experiences. Show More Summary

Road Trip Week 2017: The Best Food and Restaurants Near Philadelphia

Dining destinations worth the drive It’s Eater Philly’s first Road Trip Week. Keep up with everything here.

Road Trip Week Starts Now

Come along for the ride Welcome to Eater's first-ever Road Trip Week. Starting now through Friday, Eater Philly, along with the rest of the Eater family, will explore must-try dining destinations worth the drive. Look out for a list of the best restaurants within a two hours’ drive of Philly. Show More Summary

The Horseshoe Counter from Little Pete’s Diner Is Up for Sale

An online auction is going on now Little Pete’s Rittenhouse diner closed at the end of May after 39 years at 17th and Chancellor. A Hyatt hotel is taking over the block, which means everything at the much-loved divey diner has to go....Show More Summary

Block Parties, Chef Collaborations, and More Food Events Coming Up in Philly

Get your calendar out Welcome to Eater Philly’s events roundup, a curated listing of not-to-miss dinners, food and drink festivals, and more. A Taste of Kensington What: Non-profit urban farm Greensgrow is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a party at Philadelphia Brewing Co. Show More Summary

Barcelona Wine Bar to Open on East Passyunk This Summer

Paras Shah will run the kitchen at the East Coast chain’s first Philly location East Coast chain Barcelona Wine Bar is opening its first Philly location this summer with Chef Paras Shah at the helm on East Passyunk Avenue. At 4,400 square feet, Barcelona will be one of the biggest eateries on the restaurant-heavy South Philly strip. Show More Summary

Come to Flow State for the Gelato, Stay for the Skee-ball

Pastry chef Melanie Diamond-Manlusoc calls Philly “Detroit and Chicago’s love child” Detroit native Melanie Diamond-Manlusoc is quickly picking up the local lingo in Philly. The Le Cordon Bleu-trained pasty chef moved to Kensington six...Show More Summary

South Philly Barbacoa Is Closing, Moving to the Italian Market

It’s joining forces with El Compadre Cristina Martinez and Ben Miller are closing their nationally acclaimed Mexican eatery, which started as a South Philly food cart, to get ready for a move to the Italian Market. South Philly Barbacoa,...Show More Summary

Philly’s 18 Most Essential Burgers

The best patties in town In the city of cheesesteaks, restaurants all over town are rocking another meaty classic: the hamburger. Juicy, salty, and satisfying — sometimes you just want a great burger. And fries, and a beer, and maybe a milkshake. Here are 18 essential burgers to try in Philly. Show More Summary

12 Philly Beer Week Food Events to Check Out

The 10th annual PBW runs through Sunday, June 11 Philly is still a beer drinkers’ town, even with the cocktail bars, speakeasy-style parlors, and week dedicated to wine, and the ever-expanding Philly Beer Week is proof. Now run by non-profit...Show More Summary

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