The Superior Staycation Restaurants of Philly
Eater Philly
by Ernest Owens
1w ago
Wm. Mulherin’s Sons The best place to eat for locals staying at hotels in our city Sometimes, one just want to have fun in their own backyard without hitting the road. Staycations in Philly have grown in popularity as the unpredictable economy and upgrades within the city has grown. With lots of new and renovated hotels expand across the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection — that means more impressive restaurants and bars that locals can enjoy during their stayation. Here’s the list of the best restaurants for those staycationing at Philly’s hotels ..read more
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Top Philly Clubs and Lounges to Dine and Drink
Eater Philly
by George Banks-Weston
2w ago
48 Record Bar Vibe out to great music while you sip on stellar cocktails It can be a liberating experience to step outside to let loose, groove to music, or dance your heart out. It’s even better when these moments are experienced alongside fantastic food and cocktails. Whether you’re seeking the laid-back ambiance of an intimate lounge with afro beats in the background, breaking it down on the dance floor to dancehall or island hits, or sipping luxurious libations while enjoying a thrilling live performance or artist, here you’ll find the ideal venue to match your energy ..read more
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The Ultimate French Fries of Philly
Eater Philly
by George Banks-Weston
3w ago
Emmy Squared For the French fry fanatics in all of us French fries, pomme-frites, tater tots—this ubiquitous fried potato is one of the most classic side dishes you can find on a menu. In Philly, our “fry-game” is unrivaled with restaurants and chefs dreaming up renditions that are larger-than-life. Here, enthusiasts can get a taste of vast variety, like renditions smothered and covered in cheese, those topped with brisket or short rib, or others that pay homage to iconic pairings like and dishes like poutine and moules-frites ..read more
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The Ultimate Summer Cocktails of Philly
Eater Philly
by Ernest Owens
3w ago
The Twisted Tail The hottest season of the year is here — and so are the refreshing libations to celebrate Summer is finally here, and so are the seasonal upgrades that come with it. This solstice represents hotter weather, beach vibes, and outdoor chilling. Right now, restaurants and bars across the region are switching up their cocktail menus in celebration. Diners can expect refreshing, fruity, and livelier drinks that aren’t just about booze — but fun, flavor, and flair. Check out these new summer cocktails in Philly that’s ideal for relaxation and good times ..read more
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The Best Shrimp and Grits in Philly
Eater Philly
by George Banks-Weston
1M ago
Rex at the Royal The city shines when it comes to reimagining this Southern classic There’s no denying the widespread influence of Southern American cuisine on Philly’s food scene, especially when it comes to iconic dishes with origins in the low country like shrimp and grits. It’s difficult to find a brunch service in this city that doesn’t offer this dish, making the variations seem almost endless. Whether it’s a traditional style that pays homage to Creole and Cajun cuisine, intensely flavored creations with rich sauces and herbs, or innovative versions featuring pan-seared salmon, fried fi ..read more
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Meet the W Philadelphia’s New Beverage Director Isai Xolalpa
Eater Philly
by Ernest Owens
1M ago
Isai Xolalpa, Beverage Director at W Philadelphia | W Philadelpha Here’s a sneak peek at all the fabulous new summer cocktails he’s bringing to the grand hotel With summer on the verge, the W Philadelphia in Center City is gearing up with a revamped cocktail menu with a new face at the helm. “Drinks are equal to food,” says Isai Xolalpa, W Philadelphia’s new beverage director. “This is why the direction of the hotel’s culinary direction is beverage and food.” W Philadelphia Isai Xolalpa Xolalpa, 35, who was has lived in Philly for roughly 70 days, was the previous beverage director at the W As ..read more
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All the Major Philly Restaurants That Closed So Far in 2024
Eater Philly
by Ernest Owens
1M ago
Cheu Fishtown Keeping track of the year’s notable restaurant, bar, bakery, and cafe closures From bankruptcies to evictions or retirements, this page is where Eater Philly keeps track of every notable restaurant closure in the city for 2024, along with some bar, bakery, and cafe shutters too. Seen any papered-over windows or abandoned patios in your neighborhood? Email us at ernest@eater.com. For all the latest Philly dining intel, subscribe to Eater Philly’s newsletter. Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing 1940 Olney Avenue, Cherry Hill This beloved woman-owned brewery known for its beers and award-w ..read more
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Philly’s Most Anticipated Summer 2024 Restaurant Openings
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by Ernest Owens
1M ago
The Terrace Highlights include New American cuisine, tropical cocktails, French seafood, and much, much more Around this time, before you can get enough spring, summer arrives. While that appears to be nothing short of bittersweet — at least in Philly — there are plenty of things to anticipate for summer 2024 — and that includes incredible dining and sipping. There’s lots of new restaurants, bars, and cafes opening in Philly this upcoming season, so the following list includes only a select few of the ones we’re looking forward to (but you only come here for the best of the best, right). So it ..read more
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The Essential Seafood Restaurants of the Jersey Shore
Eater Philly
by Kristen Kwiatkowski
1M ago
Steve & Cookie’s Flavorful salmon, fresh oysters, sautéed clams, and the best of the sea can be found down the shore The Jersey Shore is the place to go for family vacations and long days at the beach. It’s also a prime location to seek out stellar seafood dishes at local restaurants or order your favorite from-the-sea delicacies for takeout to enjoy on your shore house deck. Creamy crab soup, bountiful plates of crab legs, and creative salmon dishes are some of the tempting seafood offerings that may fill the menu at your favorite crab shack or dockside seafood restaurant. Whether enjoyin ..read more
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Top Philly Farmers’ Markets and Outdoor Food Shopping
Eater Philly
by George Banks-Weston
1M ago
East Falls Farmers’ Market Support local businesses, shop fresh produce, and more at these phenomenal outdoor and farmers’ markets One way to support agriculture and small businesses in our area (and by proxy support our local economy) is by making a trip to one of our many farmers’ and outdoor markets. There’s an abundance to choose from in Philly, offering what feels like endless opportunities to discover new products, learn about and try the wide array of fruits and vegetables grown in our region, and even get a taste of the culturally rich foods prepared by members of Philly’s diverse comm ..read more
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