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Find Five–Star Dining From a College Dorm with the Supper Club

Supper Club hosts Leah Sprague and Xander Gottfried discuss cooking on campus, improvisation, and food as a potential career.

by CHELSEY ZHU

I Love to Cook, and It’s Not Because My Mom Taught Me

How a little bit of free time and patience steered me into the kitchen.

by KELSEY WARREN

Where to Go in Philly's Italian Market

It's not just about the pizza and pasta.

by DIYA SETHI

Ellen Yin: Consultant Turned Restauranteur

Street spoke to Yin about her entrepreneurial "itch to expand," and how she scratches it. 

by JOHNNY VITALE

R&D: A Treat for Your Ears, Eyes, and Tastebuds

The perfect place to unwind and imbibe

by LILY SNIDER

My True Love's Name is Earl Grey

How I fell for a steamy cup of citrusy leaf water

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Giuseppe & Sons is the New Kid on the Block

Grab lunch or a fancier dinner at this new Italian–American eatery. 

by LILY SNIDER

Four Donut Shops. Two Hours. One Tour.

The Underground Donut Tour rebrands Philly as the “City of Donutterly Love”  

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Friday Saturday Sunday: A Worthwhile Special Occasion Spot

Sharable, delicious plates and an upscale ambiance define this Rittenhouse hotspot.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

BYOB Two Ways at P’unk Burger

Do not pass on those fries.

by SAM KESLER

Dine in the Sky at Attico Rooftop

This lush restaurant is definitely snap–worthy.

by SOPHIA SCHULZ-RUSNACKO

In The Valley: Where Chicken Liver Tastes Amazing

This French–inspired American wine bar will have you rethinking your relationship with meat.

by DANIEL BULPITT

Nunu: A Fishtown Twist on Traditional Izakaya Cuisine

Enjoy your Japanese food with carefully curated drinks.

by JESSICA BAO

Take it Easy at Over Easy Breakfast Club

This off–the–beaten–path brunch spot offers decadent takes on classic dishes.

by ANGELA LIN

Buk Chon: A Modern Showcase of Korean Classics

Discover the best of traditional Korean cuisine in this approachable, beautifully contemporary setting.

by LIZ KIM

Green Soul: Soul Food, but Make it Healthy

Enjoy fresh, healthy fare at this trendy eatery. 

by SRINIDHI RAMAKRISHNA

Koukouzeli: Simply Sweet and Superb

The Greek spot delivers delicacies, both traditional and innovative.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Liberate Your Palate at Libertine

“Good eating, drinking, and fine hospitality”—Libertine’s motto does not disappoint. 

by SOPHIA SCHULZ-RUSNACKO

P.J. Clarke’s: A Comfort Food Institution

This historic restaurant chain has finally made its way to Philly.

by EMILY GELB

Put Rosy’s Taco Bar on Your Happy Hour Hit List

Our candidate for the best margaritas in Philly 

by EMMA MOORE

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