The Philadelphia food and drink scene is now considered on par with the best in the nation, and it continues to surge. We’re keeping tabs on all the openings and product launches. Have a tip on something coming soon? Don’t hesitate to get in touch.
It’ll be run by Aramark, which has worked out a franchise deal.
These bites and cocktails are on order at the legendary brewery’s new tasting room.
They’re called “fatbreads,” from High Street auteur Alex Bois. And they’re amazing.
Queen Village will be home to Humpty’s Dumplings, the “best thing” the mag ate at Bonnaroo.
The Midtown Village restaurant (in the former Letto Deli spot) is targeting a May opening. Sylva Senat, formerly of Tashan and Dos Tacos, will be chef. The retractable roof covers the second floor bar, and cost more than six figures to install.
The location is beneath the Roosevelt Expressway next to Kelly Drive.
There are now more than 35 options that aren’t the state store.
The West Philly BYOB incubated CookNSolo and Rival Bros. Lightning might strike again.
The founding partners reveal new details about the project’s roots, which stretch back almost a decade.
The New American restaurant is targeting a summer launch.
The Bok building’s first food tenant will be wholesale only — for now.
The tasting room will have house beers, waffle nachos and a Sega Genesis gaming system.
Where cocktails and custom spirits are made to order.
Meet the familiar team behind Second District Brewing.