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Jan 02

Philly restaurant openings to look forward to in 2018

Glory Beer Bar & Kitchen (126 Chestnut St., Old City): David Crudele, a longtime bartender at the now-shuttered Eulogy Belgian Tavern, sets up a beer bar with 36 on tap and an American menu featuring roasted meats in the former Mad River/ Middle East restaurant space (January).

Ripplewood Whiskey & Craft (29 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore): Cocktail bar in the heart of Ardmore.

The Bercy (7 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore): French brasserie from Lansdale’s Stove & Tap crew in the gorgeous Main Line building last housing Primavera Pizza Kitchen. (March)

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Mike’s BBQ (1703 S. 11th St., South Philadelphia): Michael Strauss of Tap Room on 19th brings his mobile BBQ to the great indoors.

Illegal Tacos (427 S. Broad St., Avenue of the Arts): Taqueria at Broad and Pine has picked up some preopening buzz for its name.

Clubhouse Sports Lounge (111 S. 17th St., Rittenhouse Square): Jan. 26 is the debut of this sports lounge, which also will have an ice lounge in partnership with Malinalli Tequila, two themed escape rooms, and two full-service bars.

Redcrest Fried Chicken (1520 S. 11th St., South Philadelphia): Adam Volk cooks chickens and sides at 11th and Passyunk.

Engimono (2319 Fairmount Ave., Fairmount): Poke is the specialty here.

Chubby Cattle (146 N. 10th St., Chinatown): Flashy hot-pot specialist backed by Penn students.

Vista Peru (20 S. Second St., Old City): Peruvian restaurant and pisco bar from the folks behind El Balconcito.

Bernie’s Restaurant & Bar (3432 Sansom St., University City): The Montgomery County pub opens a branch on Penn’s restaurant row (January). A Manayunk location is teed up for spring at 4311 Main St.

Bernie’s Restaurant & Bar (3432 Sansom St., University City): The Montgomery County pub opens a branch on Penn’s restaurant row (January). A Manayunk location is teed up for spring at 4311 Main St.

Concourse Dance Bar (1635 Market St., Center City): Avram Hornik is behind a retro dance club in the former Turf Club that can be entered by way of a slide. Ball pits and a killer sound system will complete the funhouse motif (January).

At Ramen (1608 Sansom St., Rittenhouse): Jason Kim of Jason’s Toridasu in Ardmore spins off his Manayunk ramen restaurant to Rittenhouse.

TALK (2121 Walnut St., Center City): Marigold Kitchen spins off a classic eclectic new-American with an a la carte menu.

Acadia (824 S. Eighth St., Bella Vista): New Orleans style comes to South Philly (January).

Tipsy Bistro (3131 Walnut St., The Left Bank, University City): Chef Anh Vongbandith and Fond former partner Tory Keomanivong do a sports bar with elevated food (February).

Love City (1016 Buttonwood St., West Poplar): Brews and snacks from beer geeks Kevin and Melissa Walter in an industrial setting.

Louie Louie (3611 Walnut St., University City): Brasserie at the Inn of Penn from Marty and Sydney Grims, behind the White Dog Cafes.

Nunu (1414 Frankford Ave., Fishtown): Shawn Darragh and Ben Puchowitz open a Japanese-style bar next door to their Cheu Fishtown.

Somo SoPhi (3101 S 13th St., South Philly): Manayunk bistro turns up with a sports-bar theme in deep South Philly (spring).

L’Anima (1001 S. 17th St., Southwest Center City): A Roman seafooder from the Melograno/Fraschetta team. (March)

Kurant Cider (436 E. Girard Ave., Fishtown): The suburban cidery joins the Fishtown scene.

Chalaco’s Ceviche & Pisco Bar (1030 N. Second St., Northern Liberties): Peruvian stylings come to Liberties Walk.

Brickwall Tavern (1215 Sansom St., Washington Square West): An American tavern from the operators of the new Porta, which shares a building and fronts at 1214 Chestnut St. (March).

Brickwall Tavern (1215 Sansom St., Washington Square West): An American tavern from the operators of the new Porta, which shares a building and fronts at 1214 Chestnut St. (March).

Suraya (1528 Frankford Ave., Fishtown): The hit Middle Eastern cafe opens its dining room for dinner in March, followed by its garden.

Tria Garden (31 S. 18th St., Rittenhouse): Note the new name of this wine garden set up at the United Engineers building; it’s a joint project between Avram Hornik and the crew from Tria.

Urban EEL (1000 Frankford Ave., Fishtown): Casual dining, cigar lounge, and theaters — it’s all in this sibling to the bizarre post-apocalyptic-themed Mad Rex.

White Yak (6118 Ridge Ave., Roxborough): It figures that Philly’s first Nepalese restaurant will be located in the highest point of the city. I’ve enlisted a sherpa to get more info.

The Lucky Well (990 Spring Garden St., West Poplar): Chad Rosenthal’s Ambler barbecue hall joins Roy-Pitz Brewing in Spring Arts (June).

Rosy (2220 Walnut St., Center City): The former Roosevelt’s Pub gets a redo as a Mexican bar (late June).

Goose Island (33 E. Laurel St., Fishtown): Brewpub from Goose Island and AB InBev, near the Fillmore.

Tatel (1908 Chestnut St., Rittenhouse): Elegant, roaring ’20s-style Spanish restaurant rooted in Madrid with outposts in Ibiza and Miami Beach.

Del Frisco’s Grille (Cambria Hotel, 219 S. Broad St., Avenue of the Arts): The city’s busiest steakhouse (at 15th and Chestnut) adds a smaller eatery to the new Cambria Hotel.

Del Frisco’s Grille (Cambria Hotel, 219 S. Broad St., Avenue of the Arts): The city’s busiest steakhouse (at 15th and Chestnut) adds a smaller eatery to the new Cambria Hotel.

The Institute (525 N. 11th St., West Poplar): The popular bar plans to move a block away, picking up a roof deck in the process.

Giuseppe & Sons (1500 block of Sansom Street, Rittenhouse): Take the cannoli. And the red-gravy pasta, as the Termini family partners with Michael Schulson next door to his Harp & Crown.

Aether (1832 Frankford Ave., Fishtown): Chef Scott Anderson and investor Stephen Distler of KoP’s Mistral do a seafood spot specializing in affordable wines and cocktails (June).

Bourse Food Hall (Fifth Street north of Chestnut, Old City): Twenty seven food companies are setting up at this historic building (summer).

Craft Hall (901 N. Delaware Ave.): Avram Hornik is taking over the former Yards Brewing building with a brewpub that also...

    Philly restaurant openings to look forward to in 2018
    Gazing into the crystal ball for 2018 Philadelphia-area restaurant openings ... A splashy French brasserie in Ardmore. A second Center City location for Greg Vernick. The Philadelphia debut of chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
    http://www.philly.com

Dec 25

How Craig LaBan reviewed Philly's restaurants in 2017

642 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn; 610-240-7908; lacabrabrewing.com

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135 S. 18th St., Philadelphia; 215-825-7030; akitchenandbar.com

705 S. Fourth St.; 267-858-9232; ambraphilly.com

1416 Frankford Ave.; 267-758-2269; cheufishtown.com

261 S. 21st St.; 215-546-4232; fridaysaturdaysunday.com

8609 Germantown Ave.; 267-335-3912; micarestaurant.com

Penn’s View Hotel, 14 N. Front St.; 215-922-7800; panoramaristorante.com

2218 Walnut St.; 267-519-0329; resipsaphilly.com

780 S. Second St.; 267-909-9002; royalsushiandizakaya.com

100 S. Main St., Doylestown; 215-348-0222; slatebleu.com

Cira Centre South, 2929 Walnut St.; 215-867-8067; walnutstreetcafe.com

1408 S. 12th St.; palizzisocial.com

743 S. Eighth St.; 215-922-1349; angelinasbyob.com

2537 E. Somerset St.; 267-639-5041; thebestseafood.com

1709 E. Passyunk Ave.; 215-515-7900; barcelonawinebar.com

401 E. City Ave., Bala Cynwyd; 610-227-1507; b2bluefin.com

712 Main St., Harleysville; 267-932-8407; thebutcherandbarkeep.com

1805-7 Washington Ave.; 215-546-2233; chicksphilly.com

10865 Bustleton Ave.; 215-677-4323 or 267-481-1971; georgianbread.business.site

1525 Sansom St.; 215-330-2800; harpcrown.com

701 N. Third St.; 215-922-2621; jaxonbyob.com

2053 S. Beechwood St.; 267-761-5194

208 S. 13th St.; 215-999-1020; maison208.com

1526 Sansom St.; 215-454-6939; roostersoupcompany.com

990 Spring Garden St.; 215-995-6792; roypitzbarrelhouse.com

2201 Spruce St.; 215-732-5818

2401 Walnut St.; 215-333-3331; 24philly.com

249 Bridge St., Phoenixville; 610-933-1355; on Facebook.

26 N. Third St.; 267-239-5900; wisterbyob.com

The industrial chic Old City BYOB previously known as 26 North changed names and chefs but didn’t lose its culinary ambitions. Benjamin Moore, the longtime...

The Study hotel, 20 S. 33rd St.; 215-398-1874; thestudyatuniversitycity.com

1920 Chestnut St.; 267-519-2001; vedaphilly.com

    How Craig LaBan reviewed Philly's restaurants in 2017
    Philadelphia's best chefs turned back time in 2017, embracing some old favorites, with nods to tradition, and then making them relevant again. That's how Joey Baldino turned a century-old private Italian hideaway called the Palizzi Social Club into the hottest table in town - even with the added challenge of needing to find a member to host.
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Dec 24

Making Japanese mochi treats is an artform

Maido at 5 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, 19003

    Making Japanese mochi treats is an artform
    Right next to the Regional Rail station in Ardmore is this Japanese grocery and sushi counter, which is hosting a one-day "Mochitsuki Festival." Throughout the afternoon, experts will be demonstrating the traditional way of making the dessert called mochi, which is done by pounding sticky rice with a wooden mallet in a hollow tree trunk.
    https://billypenn.com

Dec 21

Historic Holiday Nights in Old City.

117 Chestnut Street

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Every Thursday, enjoy live jazz at the Betsy Ross House (239 Arch Street) and check out the new Old City District Design Tree, an artistic lighting installation designed by FK Productions.  

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    Historic Holiday Nights in Old City.
    HISTORIC HOLIDAY NIGHTS RETURNS TO OLD CITY WITH EXTENDED SHOPPING, SALES, AND SPECIAL MENUS AT 50+ LOCATIONS Celebrate the holiday season in America's most historic square mile with Historic Holiday Nights in Old City, presented by Old City District. Each and every Thursday, from November 30 to December 28, 2017, head to Old City from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.
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Dec 19

South Jersey icon: Riletta Cream's heart never left Camden

She lost her mother at 9 years old. Her hard-working dad, a cement mason, raised her and three younger siblings in a rented house at 754 Sycamore St. in South Camden.

    South Jersey icon: Riletta Cream's heart never left Camden
    Perhaps best known as the principal who transformed a troubled Camden High School, Riletta Cream also served as a Camden County Freeholder - and as a role model for generations of the city's children. - Kevin Riordan, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
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Dec 15

Fab Philly Mom is at The Ardmore Music Hall.

Bring the fam and visit our friends over at Ardmore Music Hall THIS Sunday!! It’s Funky Brunch & Market time! Eagles watching, live music, brunch nosh, face painting and over 20 local vendors! Fun for all! https://www.ardmoremusic.com/event/1536611-funky-brunch-market-local-ardmore/ #fabphillymom

    Fab Philly Mom
    Bring the fam and visit our friends over at Ardmore Music Hall THIS Sunday!! It's Funky Brunch & Market time! Eagles watching, live music, brunch nosh, face painting and over 20 local vendors! Fun...
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Dec 13

All aboard the 'Polar Express'-style train rides around Philadelphia

Through Dec. 31, Whippany Station, 1 Railroad Plaza, Whippany, N.J. $40 to $70. 973-419-6255, whippanythepolarexpressride.com

    'Polar Express'-style train rides around Philadelphia
    The Polar Express is a beloved holiday story (and now movie), and railroads in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are offering Polar Express-inspired rides for families. Here's where you should look if you're interested in planning an outing to the tracks. Morristown and Erie Railway For the most faithful reenactment of The Polar Express, head to Whippany station in New Jersey.
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Dec 12

Review: Holiday Cheers at Iron Hill Brewery

King of the Hill Rewards Club Exclusive: First 50 King of the Hill members to order a sampler will receive an exclusive Iron Hill holiday ornament!

    Review: Holiday Cheers at Iron Hill Brewery
    There's snow place like Iron Hill Brewery to warm your cockles during the winter chill. It's truly the perfect place for a holiday get together or warm and cozy winter gathering with friends and family. Iron Hill shouldn't need an introduction as they have been on the front lines of the craft beer revolution in our...
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Dec 08

Why Gary Oldman never wanted to play Winston Churchill, and how 'Darkest Hour' changed his mind

“An empty cab arrived at 10 Downing Street, and when the door opened, Attlee emerged.”

    Why Gary Oldman never wanted to play Winston Churchill, and how 'Darkest Hour' changed his mind
    You could teach a pretty good course on modern British history using the movies of Gary Oldman. The syllabus would include a section on anarchy in the U.K and Thatcher's England, featuring Sid and Nancy. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (for which Oldman was nominated for an Oscar) could illustrate Britain's changing role on the postwar stage.
    http://www.philly.com

Dec 08

Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Philly

OLD CITY — Legend has it The Plough & the Stars (123 Chestnut Street) started staying open on Christmas for Irish ex-pats who didn’t have anywhere to...

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CENTER CITY — If Christmas morning involved monetary gifts, head to The Palm (200 S. Broad Street) to lighten that heavy wallet with a steak dinner — or go extra luxe with surf and turf, lobster bib included.

Square 1682 (121 S. 17th Street) starts early with brunch from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (fill up with the steak and eggs). In the evening, dinner is a three-course affair for $55 that includes tuna tartare, ancho chili–rubbed ribeye, and, for dessert, eggnog cheesecake with a gingersnap crumble.

UNIVERSITY CITY — Avoid the Chinatown crowds by crossing the Schuylkill for Vietnam Café’s (816 S. 47th Street) flaming cocktails, noodle bowls, and spring rolls. Sister spot Vietnam Restaurant (221 N. 11th Street) in Chinatown is also open.

UNIVERSITY CITY — Avoid the Chinatown crowds by crossing the Schuylkill for Vietnam Café’s (816 S. 47th Street) flaming cocktails, noodle bowls, and spring rolls. Sister spot Vietnam Restaurant (221 N. 11th Street) in Chinatown is also open.

Craving spicy Sichuan dishes? Han Dynasty’s (3711 Market Street) University City location will be open on Christmas.

    Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Philly
    Outside of Chinatown, Christmas is a pretty quiet day in the restaurant world. But a handful of Philly restaurants and bars are serving brunch and dinner. Forget cooking and entertaining at home - these spots are open for business. CENTER CITY - If Christmas morning involved monetary gifts, head to The Palm (200 S.
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Dec 07

A purse was found in a fortune cookie package in one Montco eatery

339 E Lancaster Ave., Wynnewood

53 W Lancaster Ave., Ardmore

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634 Welsh Rd., Huntingdon Valley

549 S Broad St, Lansdale

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    A purse was found in a fortune cookie package in one Montco eatery
    From catching a food handler eating lettuce to finding a purse and sweater inside a box of fortune cookies, Montgomery County Health Department inspectors were on the case in November. The department rarely orders eateries to close, but they do dole out plenty of citations and threaten to issue fines if a business doesn't address sanitation concerns.
    http://www.philly.com

Dec 06

SEIU Healthcare PA Endorses Nurse Michelle Boyle for State Senate

Michelle Boyle’s official campaign kick-off event is tonight, Wednesday, Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Tazza d’Oro in Millvale, 524 Grant Ave., Millvale, PA 15209.

    SEIU Healthcare PA Endorses Nurse Michelle Boyle for State Senate
    Boyle, a registered nurse and member of the healthcare union, is running for a state Senate seat in Pennsylvania's 38th district ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA - Michelle Boyle, a registered nurse and Allegheny County resident, launches her campaign for Pennsylvania State Senate in Allegheny County's 38th District today, winning enthusiastic endorsement from SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania, the state's largest healthcare workers' union.
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Dec 01

Shape Shifting

...an in-house café to fuel you up after you’ve given it your best. 519 W. Lancaster Ave., Haverford, Pa...

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950 N. Penn St.; 215.928.1800; govertical.com

West Philadelphia: 3527 Lancaster Ave.

Manyaunk: 4163 Main St.; 267.275.8441; hotboxyoga.com

107 Cotton St.; 267.336.7928; thewallcycling.com

    Shape Shifting
    Ways to transform your body and mind this winter. New Year's resolutions about fitness are inevitable. But why wait until then to renew your gym membership yet again?
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Nov 19

Chester County Mom Remains Missing Months Later

The auction, which is raising money for the search for Anna Bronislawa Maciejewska-Gould, will take place Nov. 24 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the St. Anthony's Lodge on 259 Church Street in Downingtown, Pennsylvania.

    Chester County Mom Remains Missing Months Later
    An event raising money for a missing Chester County mom is set to take place next week as the search for her continues.
    https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com

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