Philly Wine Week ~ Exploring Wines in the City of Brotherly Love

Philly Wine Week

'Savoring Wines All Over Philly'  Move on over Philly Beer Week, here comes Philly Wine Week. Philadelphia already having the first and largest Beer Week in the country, now welcomes the 4th Annual Philly Wine Week in the City of Brotherly Love. This eight day event takes place from March 19 to 26 and the party kicks off the week at The Academy of Natural Sciences starting at 6 pm on Sunday, March 19. The theme is Opening Corks (tickets), which will feature premium sparkling and … [Read more...]

Celebrating Mardi Gras in Philadelphia

Mardi Gras In Philadelphia

"New Awlins Philly Style 2017!" Why let New Orleans have all of the fun for Mardi Gras! We can have as much fun right here in the City of Brotherly Love. Mardis Gras, known as the Carnival Season, are events that begin on or after the Epiphany or Kings Day and wrap up on the day before Ash Wednesday, which is Tuesday, February 28. Fact: Many tourists try to fit in and say N'Awlins, while locals will say New Awlins. Get ready to feast your eyes and fill your stomachs on good New … [Read more...]

East Passyunk Restaurant Week – Amazing Foods in South Philly

East Passyunk Restaurant

‘Food Discounts in East Passyunk’ East Passyunk Restaurant Week is back with 24 participating restaurants, from February 27 to March 10. Here is your chance to taste many different delicious meals from well-known East Passyunk Restaurants and experience chefs delights at discounted prices. There are many types of food selections such as Japanese, Mexican, Italian, Seafood, Steak, American and much more. East Passyunk Restaurant Week Experience & Atmosphere Get your food on from … [Read more...]

Valentine’s Day In Philadelphia ~ Top Brunch, Dinners And Things To Do In Philly

"AMOR" sculpture by Robert Indiana at Philadelphia Museum of Art

'Love is in the Air in Philadelphia!'  Philadelphia is filled with so much romance! From the iconic LOVE sculpture in LOVE Park, to the AMOR sculpture at the top of the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, to the people of this awesome city and so much more. With Philly's restaurant scene exploding over the year's, we could be here for days listing the romantic restaurants. We even reached out to a few for their opinions, which will be listed below with some of our choices. FYI - It's … [Read more...]

Philadelphia Restaurant Week – Fabulous Philly Foods

Restaurant Week in Philadelphia

'Food Discounts in Philly' Center City District Restaurant Week is back. Here is your chance to taste many different delicious meals from well-known Philadelphia restaurants and experience chefs delights at discounted prices. From January 22 to 27 and January 29 to February 3, enjoy many types of food selections such as Oriental, Mexican, Seafood, Steak, American, Japanese, Italian, Indian, Cuban, Brazilian, and much more. Philadelphia Restaurant Week Experience & Atmosphere Center … [Read more...]

Warm Up by a Fireplace at these Philly Bars and Restaurants

FADO Irish Pub

'Enjoying The Warmth Of Fireplaces In Many Fine Restaurants & Bars'   As the cold days bear down on us, we seek warmth in many ways. Some prefer blankets and heaters, while others enjoy a cozy fire with their favorite cocktail with friends at a bar or during dinner. May it be a hot toddy, a glass of wine, your favorite glass of liquor or a beer, one can always find some sort of comfort at one of the many bars and restaurants that we have listed below. 33 Bars and Restaurants with a … [Read more...]

Crow and The Pitcher in Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia

Crow & The Pitcher In Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia

'Quaint Neighborhood Dining Establishment & Bar' The Crow and the Pitcher has been a pleasant addition to the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood. Opened in April of 2014 by owner Michael Franco, who was the former General Manager at Le Bec Fin, has been in the restaurant industry most of his life and is a licensed Sommelier. One might ask if there is a meaning behind Crow and the Pitcher. It's a reference to one of Aesop's Fables, who was a slave and story teller. So the owner went … [Read more...]

Night Market Philadelphia Is Back!

Night Market 2014 in Olde City

'Philadelphia's Favorite Street Food Festival!’ Night Market Philadelphia is one of the city’s premier street food festivals. It has grown into more than just a few food festivals a year. Each Night Market Festival spotlights a different Philly neighborhood, showcasing excellent food from local restaurants and Philly’s finest food trucks. These events also include live music, the vibrant arts, and culture scene. It’s basically become a food party that will take place four times a … [Read more...]

Old City District Introduces Old City Eats Summer Program!

Old City Eats Program

'Experience New Restaurant Series In History-Filled Neighborhood!' Foodies can now celebrate in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia! Old City District has created Old City Eats, a program to showcase the district's food and beverage scene. The program will include 32 restaurants and bars, taking place every Thursday night from 5 p.m. till 8 p.m. until August 25. The plan is that participating establishments will offer two or more appetizers at half the price, $5 drink specials, … [Read more...]

Center City Sips – Great Happy Hour Specials in Philly

Center City Sips 2012 in Philadelphia

'Happy Happy Hour Every Wednesday All Summer Long' Break up that work week by trying special drink and food specials during Center City Sips, held on every Wednesday night from June 1 to September 28, sponsored by Center City District. A great way to hang outside during the summer days. Center City Sips Experience & Atmosphere Have a favorite establishment? Maybe wanting to try a new place out? This event is a great opportunity to sample cocktails and appetizers at new restaurants and … [Read more...]