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Why have two Bryn & Dane’s locations closed?

Founder Bryn Davis acknowledges unspecified issues with partners.

Why have two Bryn & Dane’s locations closed?

Founder Bryn Davis acknowledges unspecified issues with partners.

Wake brings coffee, cocktails, and a beer garden to Ambler

It's in a roomy former garage across from the SEPTA station, away from the Butler Avenue congestion.

Wake brings coffee, cocktails, and a beer garden to Ambler

It's in a roomy former garage across from the SEPTA station, away from the Butler Avenue congestion.

Yangming, a landmark Main Line restaurant, will close. Jin Ding will move in.

The operators of China Gourmet of Northeast Philadelphia are expected to take over.

Yangming, a landmark Main Line restaurant, will close. Jin Ding will move in.

The operators of China Gourmet of Northeast Philadelphia are expected to take over.
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“I was trying to find what to do with the second half of my life.”

Why Wine Dive just might be Philly’s quirkiest wine shop

It's many things: Bar, bottle shop, retail store, eatery, hangout.

At Meatball U in West Chester, they’re kickin’ it bold school with their sandwiches and pasta

A longtime Jersey Shore DJ takes his stepfather's recipe and rolls with it.

Tasty Place, an underground Chinatown destination for wing lovers, to close

Word began spreading last week that the end was near for the subterranean eatery, known for Hong Kong-style cooking.

Family friendly tacos (and a few rums) at Bomba in Malvern

It's a more casual bar-restaurant from the group behind Paladar Latin Kitchen in King of Prussia.

Dry January has evolved. Here’s how (and where) to make the most of it in Philly.

Gone are the days of absurdly garnished, overly sweet mocktail monstrosities.

Why did Cafe Lift close in Narberth after a year and a half?

The bruncherie had a liquor license that was being underutilized.

What we’ll see at Steak 48, due to open in April in Center City

The family run steakhouse with locations in Houston and Chicago will encompass the spaces occupied formerly by both Ted’s Montana Grill and Ruth’s Chris at Broad and Spruce Streets, across from the Kimmel Center.

Restaurant closings include Cafe Lift in Narberth, Sandler’s on 9th, South Philly Bar & Grill, Koukouzeli, and La Veranda

January has brought a rash of restaurant closings. But more restaurants are on the way, as always.

Café y Chocolate moves to a new spot, bringing along its stellar chilaquiles breakfast

This Mexican brunch favorite in South Philly has moved, but its salsa-drenched breakfast dish still satisfies in a big way.

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June BYOB review: Classic French replaces modern French on East Passyunk Avenue

Are truffled duck-stuffed cabbages and precious wood pigeons crushed “a la presse" going to save the Avenue from its recent stumble in momentum?

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