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What to Know About Res Ipsa, the All-Day Cafe Opening in Rittenhouse

The crews behind Fishtown’s ReAnimator Coffee and Stock team up for a new hybrid concept Res Ipsa, opening this Friday, December 9, at 2218 Walnut Street, is the new Rittenhouse partner-project by two highly-accomplished Fishtown business...Show More Summary

Here’s Everything You Should Know About Philly’s First Hawaiian Restaurant

Popular food truck Poi Dog Snack Shop opens its first brick-and-mortar next year After four years of selling Hawaiian snacks out of little cart, Philly’s only Hawaiian food specialists are ready for more. Falling in line with what’sShow More Summary

Peep the New Menus at Baril Reopening in Rittenhouse Next Week

Crow and The Pitcher is, officially, no more When Baril (French for "barrel") opens next Tuesday, December 6, the name "Crow & The Pitcher" will dissolve into Philadelphia dining history, and all of the unfortunate, unsavory press often...Show More Summary

Marc Vetri’s Writing a Book About Pizza

Plus, two new restaurants are opening in Old City and Hungry Pigeon launches a family-style dinner series Book Club Marc Vetri’s James Beard-nominated cookbook Mastering Pasta: The Art and Practice of Handmade Pasta, Gnocchi, and Risotto...Show More Summary

An Old South Philly Corner Bar Will Reopen as Otis & Pickle's Speakeasy

The bar's name has a great story behind it After Charlie Collazo, owner of Spring Garden’s craft beer bar The Institute Bar, signed the lease to his new Pennsport bar space, he struggled to come up with a good name. But then, like most great ideas, it hit him "like lightning". Show More Summary

Order an “Obama Vermicelli Bowl” at Banh Mi & Bottles, Now Open on South Street

The Vietnamese restaurant and bottle shop is finally open Tuan Phung’s tri-concept Vietnamese street food restaurant/bar/bottle shop, which was first announced back in March, is initiating its soft opening menu and hours for its first two-to-three weeks. Show More Summary

Philly Loses a Bake Shop and a Seafood House Over Thanksgiving Weekend

Both Kermit’s and Anastasi Raw Bar closed last week Last week, two Philadelphia restaurants closed their doors for good. The first to go down (on November 23) was Anastasi Raw Bar, the Manayunk counterpart to Anastasi’s Seafood in the Italian Market. Show More Summary

Watch Arby’s Pander to Philadelphians With a New Fresh Prince Ad

There’s a new “Philly” sandwich in town, and it’s...something Arby's, in its never-ending quest to corner the meat sandwich market, looked to Philadelphia — an authority on all things meat sandwich-related — for inspiration behind its new product, the Fire Roasted Philly sandwich, which just debuted last month. Show More Summary

Kensington Quarters is Evolving

The Fishtown restaurant-butcher shop is updating the way it does business Guests of Kensington Quarters would often come in jonesing for a steak, but steaks were reserved for nightly specials and Sunday Steak Nights. When your entire restaurant concept is founded upon whole-animal principles, buying a whole cow can only yield so many specific cuts. Show More Summary

Christmas Village Returns With German Treats and Holiday Sweets

Where to eat and drink at Philly’s favorite holiday gathering Love Park, which, for so many years, was home to Philly’s Christmas Village, is currently under construction, so for 2016 the Village set itself up across the street at Dilworth Park in front of City Hall. Show More Summary

Puyero in Queen Village Hopes to Fill Philly’s Venezuelan Void

Bring on the street-eats Queen Village, so full of new restaurants in 2016, is getting another next month: Puyero, a casual Venezuelan eatery. Brothers Gil and Simon Arends, plus Gil’s wife Manuela, will bring a taste of home (they hail...Show More Summary

Rittenhouse French Bistro Decides to Rebrand

Crow and The Pitcher will soon become Baril This Wednesday evening’s dinner service at Rittenhouses’s French bistro Crow & The Pitcher will be its last, but the restaurant is not closing. Crow & the Pitcher will be no more, but after...Show More Summary

Where to Eat on Thanksgiving Day in Philadelphia

Maybe you canceled Thanksgiving dinner over politics. Maybe your family lives out of town. Maybe you don't feel like cooking. Whatever your reason, don't let Thanksgiving pass without turkey and the trimmings. This year, don't cook, don't do dishes, don't yell at your uncle for saying Hamilton should have a white cast. Show More Summary

Casual Greek BYOB Village Taverna Quietly Opens in Queen Village

Maybe this one will work The breezy corner space at 769 East Passyunk Avenue can't seem to hang onto a restaurant tenant. Italian BYOB Ulivo shuttered after four years only to become an underwhelming Indian BYOB in Imli, which closed before celebrating its two year anniversary. Show More Summary

275-Year-Old Bucks County Tavern Opening a Fishtown Outpost

And it’s bringing all of its old-school cool with it The original Pineville Tavern was erected in 1742 along a stagecoach route — shelter and food for travelers, visitors, and Bucks County locals alike. This coming spring, 275 yearsShow More Summary

Cheu Fishtown Will Be More Than Just Noodles

The Cheu-dudes are going big on Frankford Avenue Earlier this year, the boys behind Cheu Noodle Bar and Bing Bing Dim Sum, Ben Puchowitz and Shawn Darragh, announced their new Cheu location opening in the old Bicycle Stable building on Frankford Avenue in Fishtown. Show More Summary

Where to Eat at Philadelphia International Airport

In anticipation of holiday travel, here's Eater's guide to dining in and around PHL Looking for a good place to eat at Philadelphia International Airport? To help you prepare for the busy holiday travel season, here's Eater's guide to PHL. Show More Summary

Eater Awards 2016: Announcing the Philadelphia Winners

Our annual picks for all of those that took the industry by storm Today we announce the winners of the 2016 Eater Awards, honoring and awarding the chefs and restaurants that seriously made a city-wide impression this year. Earlier this month, all across the Eater universe, editorial teams named five nominees in five different categories. Show More Summary

Discuss Blackness in America Over Dinner at South Philly Barbacoa

Plus, Shiprock Navajo tacos return to Loco Pez and Martha hosts an apple-themed dinner November 16 KENSINGTON — On Sunday, November 20, Martha in Kensington will be hosting a regional four-course apple-themed dinner led by Ben Wenk of Three Springs Fruit Farms and Vincent Finazzo of Riverwards Produce. Show More Summary

Philly’s Popular Indian Restaurant Chain Is Ready for National Expansion

First up, King of Prussia and Plymouth Meeting Wall Street-investment-banker-turned-restaurateur Munish Narula, the man behind Tiffin Indian Cuisine, a local Indian restaurant chain with five locations in the Philly-area and three across...Show More Summary

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