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Where to Eat and Drink When You're in Philly for the NFL Draft

Guides to great restaurants, sports bars, cheesesteaks, cheap eats, brunches, and more Philly is a sports town, full of fans who live to cheer on — or boo — their favorite team. So it’s no surprise that the city has plenty of sports bars to choose from. Show More Summary

Where to Find NFL Draft Deals at Philly Bars and Restaurants

Discounted drinks and food during the NFL Draft You don’t have to be a football fan in Philly to appreciate a good NFL Draft deal. While 200,000 or so locals and tourists stroll the Ben Franklin Parkway during the free three-day NFLShow More Summary

Rooster Soup Co. Is on GQ’s Top 10 New Restaurants List — And More News From the Past Week

We now have less raw food, but more dumplings — GQ included Rooster Soup Co., from Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook, on its list of the Best New Restaurants in America, calling the retro space “a perfect Nighthawks luncheonette—fromShow More Summary

The Former Cosi at 15th and Locust May Become a Restaurant Called Alice (Updated)

There’s a new liquor license application sign in the window It looks like the corner of 15th and Locust is getting a new tenant. There’s a liquor license application sign up in the window of what was until recently a Cosi. The application...Show More Summary

The Former Cosi at 15th and Locust Is Maybe Becoming a Stephen Starr Restaurant

Or is it a Honeygrow? It looks like the corner of 15th and Locust is getting a new tenant, and it’s Stephen Starr connected. There’s a liquor license application sign up in the window of what was until recently a Cosi. The application...Show More Summary

First Look Inside Dock Street’s New Tasting Room

It opens April 27 One of Philly’s first microbreweries and first brewpubs is expanding. Dock Street Brewery, founded in 1985, will open Dock Street Cannery and Tasting Room on Thursday, April 27. The addition is in a converted garage...Show More Summary

Where to Eat Gluten-Free in Philadelphia

All the flavor, none of the bread Going to restaurants can be complicated for those with gluten allergies or sensitivities. Sure, you can usually find meat and vegetables on a menu, but does the restaurant know how to avoid cross-contamination...Show More Summary

First Look Inside Chick's on Washington Avenue

The new neighborhood hub opens April 22 with a block party Graduate Hospital, Point Breeze, and Newbold residents will soon have a new neighborhood spot to call their own. Chick's is opening this Saturday, April 22, at 1807 Washington Avenue. Show More Summary

16 Essential Sports Bars in Philadelphia

Where to watch the game Philly is a sports town, full of fans who live to cheer on — or boo — their favorite team. So it’s no surprise that the city has plenty of sports bars to choose from. Whether you wind up at a well-loved neighborhood...Show More Summary

Milk Bar and &Pizza Team Up For a Cookie Collaboration

Starting today, Cereal Milk cookies and cream soda are available at the Center City pizza shop Philly doesn’t have its own outpost of Milk Bar, the buzzy bakery from Christina Tosi with shops in New York, D.C., Vegas, and Toronto. But what it does have is an &Pizza, and what &Pizza has is a partnership with Milk Bar. Show More Summary

Vientiane's Adventurous Eats Dinner Is Not for the Squeamish

The meal is styled after Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern Cuisine imported from other countries is usually, out of necessity, adapted to the local palate. The original ingredients might not be readily available, or the heat and spice might be more than the average American taste buds can handle. Show More Summary

The New Food and Drink Lineup at Spruce Street Harbor Park

Boardwalk-style pizza from Jose Garces joins Federal Donuts and Franklin Fountain Spruce Street Harbor Park on the Delaware River waterfront reopens for the season on Friday, May 12, and for the first time there will be a weekend-long festival to kick off the summer. Show More Summary

Where to Eat Vegan Cheesesteaks in Philly

No meat, no problem Why should only meat-eaters get to chow down on Philly's most famous food? Some of the city's most essential vegetarian and vegan restaurants, along with a few quality spots that dabble in vegan dishes, are offering up their own steak-less, cheese-less version of the Philly cheesesteak. Show More Summary

The 15 Hottest Brunches in Philly Right Now, April 2017

On the hunt for the buzziest brunches In Philly, brunch is a big deal. We're a city that works hard during the week and plays even harder on the weekends. Starting the morning with good sustenance is key, especially after a late night...Show More Summary

Sweetgreen Taps Michael Solomonov for its Next Chef Collaboration

The Zahav Bowl will be available for a very limited time Everything Michael Solomonov touches turns to gold, and Sweetgreen is getting in on that action. The salad chain and the chef behind Zahav, Federal Donuts, and the brand-new, all-vegan...Show More Summary

Drink Beer, Support Puppies — And More Things to Do

Choose from Hello Kitty, tapas, photography, and an East Passyunk food festival —ITV, the new bar from Nick Elmi (of Top Chef and Laurel fame), is teaming up with nano brewery Sanctuary Brewing Company out of North Carolina for two nights of craft beer paired with vegan food, with all of the proceeds going to the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society. Show More Summary

21 Essential Philly Rooftops and Patios for Outdoor Drinking and Dining

Take that sangria outside Soak up every minute of spring's breezy nights and summer's balmy days at Philly's best patios and rooftops. Whatever your mood and style — clubby, foodie, chill — we've got an outdoor spot to fit in this guide. Show More Summary

King of Prussia Is Getting Two New Restaurants

One savory, one sweet Two new restaurants have just signed on to open at King of Prussia Town Center, the new outdoor shopping center designed as a downtown-style hub for the area. Town Center (200 W. Main Street, King of Prussia) is...Show More Summary

Pizzeria Beddia May Not Be Long for This World

The chef has a new cookbook, but he’s mulling life after pizza Joe Beddia is getting tired of making pizza. But when you're churning out pies Bon Appétit called the best in the country, and you’re doing it alone, it’s a little hard to...Show More Summary

Cheesesteaks, Soft Pretzels, and Crab Fries: A Philly and NFL Draft Love Story

All of Philly’s key food groups will be represented on the Parkway, along with vegan and gluten-free options While teams are picking players during the frenzy that is the NFL Draft, fans in Philly will be flooding the Ben Franklin Parkway for the NFL Draft Experience, a free three-day festival stretching out over the equivalent of 25 football fields. Show More Summary

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