Restaurants
Restaurants

Pizza Jawn to open a brick-and-mortar shop in Manayunk

David and Ana Lee have been running pop-up pizzerias. The new shop will be near his Manayunk gym.

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These Jersey Shore restaurants are getting outdoor dining right

From Long Beach Island to Cape May, these spots are creating relatively safe experiences by spacing tables beyond the six-foot guidelines, and minimizing service interactions.
Review

These Jersey Shore restaurants are getting outdoor dining right

From Long Beach Island to Cape May, these spots are creating relatively safe experiences by spacing tables beyond the six-foot guidelines, and minimizing service interactions.

The Land on Callowhill is the latest seasonal beer garden to open in Philly

Beers and food truck fare are available in a lot on Callowhill Street. The setup includes picnic tables and Adirondack chairs, all spaced 7 feet apart.

The Land on Callowhill is the latest seasonal beer garden to open in Philly

Beers and food truck fare are available in a lot on Callowhill Street. The setup includes picnic tables and Adirondack chairs, all spaced 7 feet apart.

Sum Pig puts its food business on track at the Fort Washington train station

At the newly opened window of its commissary kitchen, you'll find smoked pork loin sandwiches, nachos topped with brisket, seasoned fries, and Bassetts ice cream.

Sum Pig puts its food business on track at the Fort Washington train station

At the newly opened window of its commissary kitchen, you'll find smoked pork loin sandwiches, nachos topped with brisket, seasoned fries, and Bassetts ice cream.
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The Bards, in Rittenhouse for nearly 25 years, closes

"Recent events have made [renewing the lease] untenable," management wrote on Facebook.

How to dine safely and deliciously at the Jersey Shore | Let’s Eat

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Philly’s BBQ restaurant scene heats up with Zig Zag in Kensington

Owner Matt Lang smokes on a gas-fired Ole Hickory, turning out brisket, pork, turkey, and pork spare ribs, which he sells by the pound and in sandwiches.

Northern Liberties and East Passyunk postpone street closures for outdoor dining

Northern Liberties strived to clarify that its event is not a street festival, while East Passyunk residents and employees raised concerns about their own street closure.

It’ll take more than a pandemic to derail Ralph’s 120-year run in South Philly

“We’re doing a lot better than a lot of people,” says Ed Rubino, an owner of the oldest operating Italian restaurant in the United States.

Lamberti’s Pizza Fresca, Condiment, LALO are latest Philadelphia restaurants to close

The real pain of coronavirus-related closings — as one Center City owner of a white-tablecloth bar-restaurant said — is yet to come.

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Takeout at the Shore delivers big flavors without the crowds

Eating at the Shore in 2020 is anything but normal. But takeout at the beach remains a safe and satisfying approach.

What to eat on July 4th weekend, whether you’re going out or staying in

It's going to be a different Fourth of July, but you still need to eat.

Get ready for July 4th | Let’s Eat

We're ready for the holiday weekend, filled with frozen treats, neighborhood fireworks, outdoor dining, and social distancing.

Center City’s private Fitler Club opens an outdoor cafe to the public

The Garden is a landscaped garden set up in a courtyard, open through Labor Day for lunch and dinner.

At restaurants gradually rebooting, conflicts about mask-wearing take center stage

Restaurants have become center stage for the broader cultural conflict of mask-wearing, as sidewalks and patio tables represent the first public spaces we all get to share.

Black and Mobile’s 25-year-old founder is taking the third-party delivery scene by storm

After David Cabello made $1,100 in two days delivering food, he went home and started researching other delivery services. None were Black-owned. “I said, ‘I’m going to be the first one,’ and that’s exactly what I did.”

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