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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

Tony’s Famous Tomato Pie Does More than Just Pizza

Come for the pizza; stay for the service.

by DIYA SETHI

Eat Breakfast in a Lively Atmosphere at Vernick Coffee Bar

Greg Vernick’s sophomore establishment does not disappoint

by PAIGE FISHMAN

Why Do We Love Horoscopes, And Can We Actually Trust Them?

A meditation on why we use horoscopes as a means to understand ourselves.

by ZOE YOUNG

The Philly Dumpling Roundup

The Philly dumpling scene goes beyond just dim sum.

by KARIN HANANEL

Why Biking at Penn Might Be the Lifestyle Change You Need

Thinking of biking around Philly? Here are some things to consider.

by EMMA HARRIS

Here's How You Should Celebrate Purim in Philly

Purim is much more than the "Jewish Halloween"—these events will show you why.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Get Published in Street's Dining Guide: Send Us Your Best Cookie Recipe!

We're on the lookout for the best cookies on campus. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Center City's 'Pleasure Chest' is the most Sex–Positive Store in Philly

Find out what you can get out of this iconic sex toy shop—it might just be absolute empowerment.

by ZOE YOUNG

McGillin’s: A Philadelphia Staple For 159 Years

This ale house has survived the Civil War and Prohibition.

by JENNIFER CULLEN

Penn Dining's 'Quaker Kitchen' Teaches Students How to Make A Three–Course Meal

This initiative brings together students and dining staff over delicious dishes.

by BEBE HODGES

The Best Ways to Eat Your Booze

Street's most intoxicating roundup yet compiles some of the most unique alcohol–infused foods.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Celebrate Women's History Month in Philadelphia

These events around Philly are perfect ways to celebrate powerful women both in history and the present day.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Are Nutrition Bars Healthy?

Here's how to sift through the bad snacks to get to the good.

by EMMA HARRIS

The Top Five Things to do in Philly Over Spring Break

Turn the tables and give the beach–goers FOMO.

by SOPHIA SCHULZ-RUSNACKO

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