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Monk’s and Fergie’s Tap Rare Beer to Raise Money for Injured Bartender

Drink Pliny the Younger for a good cause Two well-loved local bars are pitching in to help Sheila Modglin, a bartender at Dirty Frank’s who was hit by a car last month. Monk’s Cafe, the Belgium beer bar that’s been a Philly staple since...Show More Summary

Wm. Mulherin’s Chef Is Gone Following Sexual Harassment Allegations

The owners released a statement to Philly Mag Chris Painter, chef-partner at Fishtown’s Wm. Mulherin’s Sons, is no longer at the restaurant following sexual harassment allegations from four former employees, Philadelphia magazine reports. Show More Summary

The Latest Philly Bar and Restaurant Openings to Know

Cadence, a BYOB from three Fork alums, is now serving in South Kensington SOUTH KENSINGTON — Cadence opened March 14 at 161 W. Girard Avenue in what was Modo Mio. Running the BYOB are Jon Nodler, Samantha Kincaid, and Michael Fry, all coming from High Street Hospitality Group, which includes Fork, High Street on Market, and Show More Summary

Where to Eat Middle Eastern Food in Philadelphia

Creamy hummus, crunchy falafel, tender kebabs Though often relegated to cheap eats lists — and there are certainly affordable eateries here — Philadelphia’s Middle Eastern restaurants range in price and atmosphere. Diners can go forShow More Summary

Rooftop Restaurant Attico Is All About the Views

It’s opening on Broad Street in Center City The new Cambria hotel at Broad and Locust is about to open. Philadelphians will have to wait until fall for the hotel’s Del Frisco’s Grille at street level, but several stories up a rooftop restaurant should be ready for diners next month. Show More Summary

Franklin’s Table: The Ultimate Guide to Philly’s New Food Hall

Falafel, sushi, pastries, pizza, and more Franklin’s Table, the highly anticipated new food hall on the University of Pennsylvania campus, opens its doors March 12 with a killer lineup of vendors. It’s located at 3401 Walnut Street and...Show More Summary

Famed Chef Georges Perrier Is Undergoing Heart Surgery

He was taken to the hospital on Monday Georges Perrier is undergoing double-bypass heart surgery today after collapsing outside his apartment in Center City on Monday. The famed Le-Bec Fin chef played a major role in putting Philly’s...Show More Summary

Snow Day: What Restaurants and Bars Are Open in Philly

Plus restaurant closures and, more importantly, drink specials Unusual weather we’re having. It’s back to icy temps in Philly, but restaurants and bars are here to warm everyone up. The snow is expected to continue all day but so far...Show More Summary

The 14 Most Anticipated Restaurants in Philadelphia, Spring 2018

Plus a look ahead to summer and beyond The already-impressive restaurant scene in Philadelphia just keeps giving us more to look forward to. From Peruvian fare in Northern Liberties to Italian BYOBs in South Philly, plus a Japanese bar...Show More Summary

‘Top Chef’’s Jennifer Carroll Is Back in Philly With The Finch

The new Rittenhouse eatery will be a Mediterranean bistro Top Chef competitor Jennifer Carroll is returning to her hometown of Philly to open The Finch along with Billy Riddle, her fiancé. Their new Rittenhouse restaurant will fill the vacant space at the Warwick Hotel that was formerly Tavern 17, at 220 S. Show More Summary

Report: Chef Chris Painter of Wm. Mulherin’s Suspended Over Sexual Harassment Allegations 

Four former employees came forward, according to Philly Mag Chef-partner Chris Painter of Fishtown hotspot Wm. Mulherin’s Sons has been suspended following sexual harassment allegations from multiple former employees, Philadelphia magazine reported on Thursday. Show More Summary

Pineville Will Serve the ‘Greatest Hits’ From the 276-Year-Old Original

The Philly outpost of the long-running Bucks County tavern should open in April The 276-year-old Pineville Tavern in Bucks County in heading into the city with The Pineville and the father-and-son owners are planning to bring the original’s “greatest hits” into town. Show More Summary

ReAnimator Coffee Teams Up With Local Musicians for a Doughnut Shop

Hello Donuts is opening in Kensington Hello Donuts, from the ReAnimator Coffee guys and a group of doughnut-loving musicians, just signed a lease for a brick and mortar shop in East Kensington, at Frankford Avenue and Amber Street. The...Show More Summary

A Cozy Vietnamese BYOB Is Opening Just Off South Street

Ngon Ngon’s slogan is “I’m crazy with pho” Ngon Ngon Restaurant is in the works on 3rd Street just south of South, replacing what was most recently vegetarian Asian eatery Mi Lah. The family-run Vietnamese BYOB should open by the end...Show More Summary

Legendary NYC Falafel Shop Mamoun’s Is Heading to Old City

The Middle Eastern eatery has been serving hummus and falafel since the 1970s An outpost of long-running New York City hummus and falafel spot Mamoun’s Falafel is coming to Philadelphia. The fast-casual Middle Eastern restaurant will...Show More Summary

The Little Lion to Close for Two Months Following Old City Fire

The owners haven’t been able to fully assess the damage yet The Little Lion at 243 Chestnut Street will be closed for two months following the four-alarm fire that hit an apartment building in Old City last weekend. The fire destroyed...Show More Summary

Fishtown’s New Brewpub Has an Opening Date

Goose Island lands in Philly Goose Island Beer Co. out of Chicago is heading to Philly. Goose Island Brewhouse will open at 1002 Canal Street in Fishtown on March 2 in a 10,500-square-foot building that used to be a dry-ice manufacturer. Show More Summary

Where to Eat at Reading Terminal Market

The iconic Philadelphia food hall turns 125 this year With row after row of vendors offering everything from Pennsylvania Dutch pot pies to Peking duck, Reading Terminal Market is an international food hall with a decidedly Philadelphian flair. Show More Summary

Three Chefs from Fork and High Street on Market Are Striking Out on Their Own for a Girard Avenue BYOB

Cadence will open in March Three chefs from Ellen Yin and Eli Kulp’s High Street restaurant group are striking out on their own with Cadence, a new American BYOB coming to 161 W. Girard Avenue. Samantha Kincaid, Jon Nodler, and Michael...Show More Summary

Here’s Everything to Know About Nunu, a Japanese Bar From the Cheu Crew

Diners can order from Nunu or Cheu Fishtown on a shared outdoor patio Back in July when Cheu Fishtown opened at 1416 Frankford Avenue, owners Shawn Darragh and Ben Puchowitz revealed they also signed a lease for the building next door and were making plans for a Japanese bar named Nunu. Show More Summary

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