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Peep the Dishes at Talk, Coming Soon to Rittenhouse

The new restaurant is from the pair behind West Philly’s Marigold Kitchen The duo behind Marigold Kitchen in West Philly are planning for an October 1 opening for Talk, their new Rittenhouse restaurant going into the former L’Image Photography Studios at 2121 Walnut Street. Show More Summary

Mad Rex Is the Post-Apocalyptic Restaurant Philly Didn’t Know It Needed

It’s Universal Studios meets Fishtown The gas masks are lined up on the shelves and the banged-up helicopter sits waiting to be mounted to the ceiling as post-apocalyptic theme restaurant Mad Rex gets closer to its opening in Fishtown. Show More Summary

Ardmore’s Newest Additions: Venezuelan Patacones and French Pastries

Pala’a and Delice et Chocolat are open Main Liners just got two new daytime options in Ardmore. French bakery Delice et Chocolat, which has been getting settled into 7 Station Street, is now open with full hours. It already has plans to expand, with the owners taking over the former Radio Shack next door. Show More Summary

Pistola's Del Sur Makes Its East Passyunk Debut at the Car Show This Weekend

Barcelona and the upcoming Manatawny Still Works tasting room will also be at the fest Pistola’s Del Sur and Manatawny Still Works Craft Spirits Shop and Tasting Room, both in the works on East Passyunk, will make their Avenue debuts at the neighborhood’s 12th annual car show and street festival this Sunday, July 30. Show More Summary

Stephen Starr Shutters The Continental in Miami

It opened in 2015 Prolific Philly restaurateur Stephen Starr just closed his Miami outpost of The Continental. The South Beach restaurant ended service yesterday, July 23, after Sunday brunch, according to Eater Miami. Starr opened the first Continental, a twist on a martini bar, in Philadelphia’s Old City in 1995. Show More Summary

17 Essential Brunch Restaurants in Philly

Is it even Sunday if there's no brunch? From traditional Pennsylvania Dutch biscuits to eggy Roman pastas and BYOBs perfect for mix-your-own bloodies, Philadelphia is full of places to get Sunday morning Hollandaise-sauced hangover-helpers. Here's...Show More Summary

Peek Inside the New Cheu Fishtown

Even the toilet is cool Cheu Fishtown, from the guys behind Cheu Noodle Bar and Bing Bing Dim Sum, opens Friday in the old Bicycle Stable building on Frankford Avenue. And it looks pretty cool. The restaurant, designed by Rohe Creative, includes a mural of a four-eyed octopus, a red-topped bar, and black-and-white stools with funky drawings. Show More Summary

A Massive Lebanese Restaurant and Market Is Opening in Fishtown

Get ready for manousheh and arak Fishtown is getting a 10,000-square-foot restaurant, market, and garden with a Levantine theme. Suraya, going into 1528 Frankford Avenue, will offer Lebanese fare with influence from other countries in the region: Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Israel, Egypt, and the state of Palestine. Show More Summary

Check Out the Food Lineup at Brooklyn Brewery’s Beer Mansion

The traveling house party is heading to Philly and Eater picked out the food On August 11 and 12, The Woodlands mansion and cemetery on the Schuylkill River banks becomes Beer Mansion, part of the Brooklyn Brewery Mash tour. It’s basically a giant indoor/outdoor house party with live music, tech-focused games, tons of beer, and food. Show More Summary

Take a Look at the Spanish Tapas at Barcelona on East Passyunk

The South Philly restaurant is now open Spanish wine and tapas spot Barcelona from Barteca Restaurant Group is open on East Passyunk in a corner spot that had been clothing shop A Man’s Image. The restaurant, at 1709 E. Passyunk Avenue,...Show More Summary

12 Essential Summer Beer Gardens in Philly

These outdoor spots disappear in the fall Beer gardens are a limited-time treat. They pop up all over Philadelphia when the weather warms, beckoning with Victory Summer Love on draft and frozen margaritas, barbecue and lobster rolls, before closing up shop come September or October. Show More Summary

Ramen Alert: Cheu Fishtown Has an Opening Date

It’s from the guys behind Cheu Noodle Bar and Bing Bing Dim Sum Fresh off Cheu Noodle Bar landing a spot on Eater Philly’s list of the 38 most essential restaurants, owners Ben Puchowitz and Shawn Darragh announced on social media that...Show More Summary

This Week’s Top Food Events: Pass the Pastrami at Amis and More

A weekly tasty event roundup in Philly Welcome to Eater Philly’s events roundup, a curated listing of not-to-miss dinners, food and drink festivals, classes, and more. Updated every week, this is a one-stop shop for all the Philly happenings...Show More Summary

The James Beard Taste America Tour Is Stopping in Philly

The dinner, packed with star chefs, hasn’t been here since 2013 Apparently having the James Beard Foundation’s top chef and top restaurateur in the country, plus the best Mid-Atlantic chef, earns you a spot on the foundation’s annual Taste America tour. Show More Summary

12 Essential Water Ice Shops in Philly

Made with only the best wooder Certain things are intrinsically Philly: cheesesteaks, Mummers, hatred of the Cowboys, and water ice. Any Philadelphia worth her salt has eaten a cup of water ice and a soft pretzel instead of a balanced...Show More Summary

The 38 Essential Philadelphia Restaurants, Summer 2017

A guide to the city's defining restaurants spanning cuisines, neighborhoods, and price ranges The Eater 38 is the answer to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad...Show More Summary

Jezabel’s Studio Opens in West Philly Tomorrow

It’s a cafe and retail store from the chef behind Jezabel’s in Fitler Square Chef Jezabel Careaga of Argentine eatery Jezabel’s is opening her second shop tomorrow — but this one won’t follow the usual restaurant format. Jezabel’s Studio at 208 S. Show More Summary

Luke’s Lobster Is Opening a Second Philly Location

More lobster rolls coming this way Luke Holden and Ben Conniff are opening a second Luke’s Lobster in Philly. The new quick-serve seafood spot is going into 17 S. 11th Street, on the other side of Broad from the original Rittenhouse location. Show More Summary

Cake Life Is Pairing Cream Puffs With Wine

Plus a Bastille Day Tastykake tradition and more things to eat this week Welcome to Eater Philly’s events roundup, a curated listing of not-to-miss dinners, food and drink festivals, classes, and more. Block Party at Bar Amis What: The newly opened Bar Amis at the Navy Yard is hosting a block party with live music, games, and activities for the kids. Show More Summary

The Critics Weigh In on Fried Chicken and Dim Sum

Jason Sheehan supports chicken obsessives — Todd Lyons cracked the magic fried chicken formula over at Love & Honey according to Philadelphia magazine critic Jason Sheehan, who wholeheartedly supports chicken obsessives like Lyons: “I...Show More Summary

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