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Published: Sun, 19 Nov 2017 04:35:51 GMT


Lucky Well BBQ pop-up to benefit rail park
Sunday's event will be held at the site of the former PHS Pop Up Garden at the Viaduct Rail Park.

Yards Brewing opens its new home on Spring Garden St.
This marks the return to the public eye of chef Jim Burke, whose menu includes beer-influenced pub food.

Restaurant removes iconic photo after sexism outcry
Co-owner Riccardo Longo said complaints began last month, shortly after Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein began facing public accusations of harassment, unleashing a torrent of allegations against powerful men and opening new dialogue on the subject.

United by Blue ramps up dining in its new flagship store in Old City
"Coffee is about community much more than a clothing store is," one of the founders says.

Let's Eat: Cheers to the new Yards
Philly's largest brewery opens. Where to eat before the show? Craig LaBan has ideas.

Dinner tonight to benefit Bridget Foy's workers
The Foy family plans to rebuild.

People love her dark and moody restaurants
"I was always a creative person," Kate Rohrer says. "I was always dreaming of what I could make and trying out new things. I'm sure my parents would tell you crazy stories."

Westy's in North Wildwood gets new life
New owners plan to keep the concept but change the name to The Inlet on Olde.

Grilled cheese, ice cream, and noodles to join Bourse food hall
The roster of tenants now appears to be about half-filled.

Parliament Coffee signs for first Center City location
It's a mighty caffeinated part of town, with La Colombe across the street in the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton as well as Bluestone Lane across Penn Square.