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Wiz Kid, From the Owners of Vedge and V Street, Has an Opening Date

The vegan cheesesteak spot will also serve cocktails Wiz Kid, from the Vedge and V Street team, is shooting for a June 1 opening. The vegan cheesesteak spot will be geared towards the daytime crowd, with a focus on takeout, plus 18 seats. Show More Summary

Your Guide to Cinco de Mayo in Philadelphia

Margaritas? Check. Tacos? Check. The margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in America. That might surprise those of you sipping a vodka tonic or martini right now. But, it makes sense: Margaritas are refreshing, balanced, and infinitely diverse. Show More Summary

Where to Go on Cinco de Mayo in Philly

Margaritas? Check. Tacos? Check. The margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in America. That might surprise those of you sipping a vodka tonic or martini right now. But, it makes sense: Margaritas are refreshing, balanced, and infinitely diverse. Show More Summary

The Hottest Restaurants in Philly Right Now, May 2017

The answer to your question: Where should I eat tonight? Tipsters, readers, friends, and family of Eater always want to know: Where should I eat right now? What are the hottest new places? What's everyone talking about? While the Eater...Show More Summary

Where to Take Mom for Mother’s Day Brunch in Philly

Make your reservation now If the maternal figure in your life is expecting waffles and bellinis on Mother’s Day, we know you don’t want to disappoint. To help you find the perfect spot for celebrating, we rounded up Philly restaurants...Show More Summary

Take a Peek Inside Michael Symon's Angeline Before It Opens

For his first Italian restaurant, The Chew co-host found inspiration in the dishes he grew up with Outside of Cleveland, Michael Symon is best known as a host on ABC’s The Chew, an Iron Chef, and a grill master with a cookbook called Carnivore. Show More Summary

Chestnut Street Is Getting a New Beer and Barbecue Restaurant

Tradesman’s, from Teddy Sourias, is transforming a building from 1906 The vacant Tradesman’s Trust Building at 1322 Chestnut is being turned into Tradesman’s, a bi-level, 6,000-square-foot restaurant from Teddy Sourias. Sourias’ Craft Concepts Group includes Cinder, Bru Craft & Wurst, U-Bahn, Finn McCools, and, in season, Uptown Beer Barden. Show More Summary

Philly Takes Top Honors at the James Beard Awards

The best chef and the best restaurateur in the country are in Philadelphia Philly won big at a food event last night, and there wasn’t a cheesesteak in sight. The annual James Beard Foundation Awards honor the best of the best in the American hospitality industry. Michael Solomonov of Zahav took home the Outstanding Chef award. Show More Summary

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

Guides to great restaurants, sports bars, cheesesteaks, cocktails, 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

Restaurants Are Closing for A Day Without Immigrants Today

South Philly Barbacoa is in New York for a #Right2Work dinner A short list of restaurants in Philly are closed today, International Workers’ Day, in support of A Day Without Immigrants. The local strike was organized by Ben Miller and Cristina Martinez of South Philly Barbacoa. Show More Summary

Philly Mag Critic Breaks the Rules at Palizzi Social Club

Plus, Craig LaBan finds his favorite chicken nuggets and Emily Teel is optimistic about Baril — Restaurant reviewers aren't supposed to write about what it's like inside Palizzi Social Club, a members-only restaurant in South Philly originally opened 100 years ago for immigrants from the Italian town of Vasto. Show More Summary

Where to Drink Margaritas in Philly

Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner The margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in America. That might surprise those of you sipping a vodka tonic or martini right now. But, it makes sense: Margaritas are refreshing, balanced, and infinitely diverse. Show More Summary

Michael Solomonov Is Opening Another Dizengoff

But it won’t be in Philly Chef Michael Solomonov and restaurant partner Steve Cook are on a roll. The team behind Zahav and Federal Donuts made a national splash with community-minded diner Rooster Soup Co., followed it up with the surprise...Show More Summary

Chef Eli Collins on Making Big Changes at A.Kitchen

The Rittenhouse restaurant just debuted his “vegetable-centric menu with a French spin.” Three weeks into his new job, Eli Collins already feels right at home. The new executive chef at A.Kitchen left Pub & Kitchen last month to join...Show More Summary

26 Essential Tacos in Philadelphia

From the classic to the crazy Perennially crave-able and endlessly customizable, tacos are the perfect food. Luckily, Philly is rife with great ones, from those served up on styrofoam plates in cramped quarters to celeb chef riffs. While...Show More Summary

Mattei Family Pizza Is Serving $10 Pies During its Grand Opening Weekend

The father-and-son pizzeria is throwing a party in Point Breeze Mattei Family Pizza has been getting into its groove for the last couple of months now and is finally ready for a housewarming party. The Point Breeze pizzeria (1260 Point...Show More Summary

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

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