One family's struggle becomes an authentic Vietnamese trifecta
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The Restaurant School readies students for careers in the culinary industry.
After a careful cross-examination of the a la carte menus, the restaurant week menus, and the ever so reliable Yelp reviews, I was able to reach a conclusion. If you are paying $35+ for a meal, you better be getting all the bang for them bucks. These are the restaurants that will satisfy your needs, your wants, and your wallets.
This upscale Mexican joint is far more interesting than its name would suggest
In the U.S., Valentine's Day is all about love, romance and gag–inducing frilly pink hearts—but around the world, February 14 is also a time to celebrate that other kind of love: friendship. Here at Street, we really dig that idea, so grab your BFFs and treat yourselves to a fun night out. Pro tip: candlelit Italian restaurants are full of couples. Get more creative.
Poor Penne. It might be the most tubular pasta, but as a restaurant, it falls kind of flat. Luckily for this smoke-free establishment, 34th Street Magazine is incapable of ignoring a pun.
Owner and head chef Konstantinos Pitsillides shares his insights into building an authentic and personal dining experience.
[media-credit name="photo courtesy of Estia Restaurant" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit] Effie’s If you want a step up from your average BYO, head to Effie’s.
Alla Spina 1410 Mt.
Blackbird Pizzeria 507 S.
Dinner tonight just got easier.
You may have taken a break, but the Philly food scene sure didn’t.
Drexel's campus boasts a thoughtful Italian restaurant well worth the walk
Along with those abroad juniors appearing back on campus, here are some (slightly more) exciting additions.
A side-by-side comparison of the cheapest meat and vegetarian options at all your favorite 40th and Walnut Street restaurants, by price per calorie.
@Vegans: alert, alert
With its enchanting aesthetic, fresh farm–to–table meals and unbeatable cocktails, Talula’s Garden is kind of like that kid in your hall who had a 4.0 GPA, runs five clubs and has a social life… except you don’t hate Talula’s Garden.
Stephen Starr’s Parc, con- veniently located across from Rittenhouse Square, stands out as a great appreciation of French food.
Restaurant week(s) is live in Philly until January 29th (excluding the 24th).
Your second semester just got a whole lot better.