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Chic Sushi Spot Tuna Bar Is Ready for Its Close-up

It’s all about the fish at Old City’s newest restaurant Neighbors and tourists in Old City just got another dining option in the form of Tuna Bar, a stylish Japanese spot from chef-owner Ken Sze, who learned the trade at his family’s Yokohama in Maple Shade, New Jersey. Show More Summary

Look Inside Lebanese Market Suraya, Opening in Fishtown

It’s named after the owners’ grandmother Suraya, the 12,000-square-foot, three-part Middle Eastern eatery in Fishtown, kicks off phase one on November 28 when the market and all-day cafe opens its doors. A restaurant and an outdoor garden,...Show More Summary

Eat Until You Burst at Le Virtu’s La Panarda

The epic 40-course feast is on for January 28 Le Virtu on East Passyunk Avenue is bringing back its epic annual 9-hour meal on Sunday, January 28. La Panarda will last for more than 40 courses, served to just 35 diners. The extravagant feast is $400 a head, not including tax and tip (but including a food-filled gift bag). Show More Summary

Where to Score Black Friday Deals at Philly Restaurants

Snag a dining discount during holiday shopping It’s not just Philly’s shops that go big on Black Friday. Restaurants are getting in on the discount game too. Here are eight deals at local eateries, timed for holiday shopping. OLD CITY...Show More Summary

The Eater Philly Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Right Now, November 2017

Bottoms up To discover the newest and hottest places to eat in Philly, check the Eater Heatmap. Now it's just as easy to know where to drink, from happy hour through last call. Eater's Cocktail Heatmap is Philly's guide to the latest...Show More Summary

Surprise: Blue Duck Lost Its Chef Last Month

Kris Serviss is gone at all three restaurants Kris Serviss, chef and co-owner at Blue Duck, Blue Duck on Broad, and Ugly Duckling, left all three restaurants on October 13, reports Philadelphia magazine. Serviss had been with Blue Duck since the original, a BYOB, opened in Northeast Philly in 2014. Show More Summary

Quirky-Cool Decor and Free Condoms at the New Keen

The Rittenhouse restaurant officially opens next week A Rittenhouse restaurant years in the making is finally open. Keen is now serving hand pies, pig candy, and chai chicken in the former Astral Plane space at 1708 Lombard Street. It’s...Show More Summary

Get a Preview of Craft Hall’s Barbecue at its Holiday Pop-up

The heated tent will seat 100 Yards Brewing Co. just moved into its new digs on Spring Garden (doors open Thursday), leaving behind its 901 N. Delaware Avenue location. Taking over the space is bakery, brew house, and barbecue kitchen Craft Hall from FCM Hospitality, known for Morgan’s Pier, Dolphin Tavern, William Street Common, and Parks on Tap. Show More Summary

Where to Eat at Philadelphia International Airport

Just in time for holiday travel: Eater's guide to dining in and around PHL Philadelphia International Airport has stepped up its eating and drinking game in recent years, with big-name chefs setting up shop to ensure no ones goes hungry...Show More Summary

The Hottest Brunches in Philly Right Now, November 2017

Waffles, omelets, bacon, biscuits, Benedicts, and more morning favorites Many of Philadelphia's best brunch spots are classics, with lines out the door every weekend. And then there are the new additions to Philly's brunch scene, doing...Show More Summary

29 Essential Happy Hours in Philadelphia

The best discount is a cocktail discount Pennsylvania doesn't make it easy to drink on the cheap. Most establishments buy liquor and wine at retail price with little-to-no wholesale discount to speak of, and those hefty mark-ups can be a hard pill to swallow. Enter happy hour: the glorious time of day when food and drinks are both discounted. Show More Summary

10 Essential Bakeries for Bread in Philadelphia

Where to find the best Philly loaves Alongside legendary Philly stalwarts like Sarcone’s and Kaplan’s, new bread bakeries are popping up like so many brioche buns left to proof. If the humble loaf is in retreat nationally from the double-whammy of carb-phobia and gluten intolerance, Philadelphia shows little sign of retreat. Show More Summary

Mighty Melt from Stargazy and Mighty Bread Co. Joins The New Bourse Food Hall

Add grilled cheese, ice cream, and ramen to the list More eateries featuring Philly favorites have been added to the lineup at the Bourse Marketplace, the under-construction, 24,000-square-foot food court in the historic Bourse building in Old City. Show More Summary

Check Out the Menu at Yards Brewery and Taproom

It opens Thursday Yards Brewing Co. unveils its 70,000-square-foot brewery in Northern Liberties this week with a first for the 23-year-old company: a kitchen. The new location, at 500 Spring Garden Street, includes a taproom with a full menu from chef James Burke, a three-time James Beard Award semifinalist. Show More Summary

Swoon Over The Love, Stephen Starr and Aimee Olexy's New Restaurant

Take a look inside The Love, Stephen Starr and Aimee Olexy's newest restaurant, just opened its doors at 18th and Sansom streets, and it’s a beaut. The Rittenhouse restaurant isn't in full operating mode just yet, but it’s now open for dinner and accepting walk-ins or reservations (call 215-433-1555). Show More Summary

Thanksgiving in Philly: Where to Dine Out

Leave the turkey and stuffing to the pros Let’s face it: Cooking Thanksgiving dinner is a pain. Sure, for some it’s a joy to spend two days in the kitchen making every guest’s favorite side dish and squeezing a giant, expensive bird into the oven. Show More Summary

Kevin Sbraga Has a New Job

The chef closed his last remaining restaurants earlier this year, but he’s back with Fitler Club Center City is getting its own lifestyle club, a la the swank Soho House, and chef Kevin Sbraga will be providing the food. Jeff Benjamin, who founded the Vetri Family restaurants alongside Marc Vetri, is also on board. Show More Summary

Here’s How Marc Vetri’s Vegas Restaurant Came About

The Philly chef is heading to Sin City Opening a restaurant in Las Vegas wasn’t on Marc Vetri’s radar. The chef, who sold the bulk of his eateries to Urban Outfitters in 2015 but kept his flagship Vetri Cucina, had been approached about doing something out West before, but didn’t think it was really for him. Show More Summary

Zahav Is One of the 38 Essential Restaurants in America

No surprise there Zahav must have a separate room for all of its awards. The Israeli restaurant from Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook just earned yet another well-deserved accolade: Bill Addison, Eater’s national restaurant critic, has once again included Zahav on his list of the 38 essential restaurants in America. Show More Summary

Marc Vetri’s Next Move: Las Vegas

Vetri, Bobby Flay, and Michael Symon are all heading to the Palms

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