Philadelphia, PA - Skip the mess and the work and let a restaurant do the cooking this Thanksgiving. Here are some restaurants that are mixing modern and traditional with special Thanksgiving dinners.
Philadelphia, PA - This is not your father's cheesesteak calendar. If this were my father's cheesesteak calendar, it would have the same place every month. And that is why we have an emotional attachment to cheesesteaks. When someone says 'Cheesesteak,' I think about my father's favorite place and going there; when my sisters and I behaved when I cut school with my cousin John and after we moved my sister into her 1st apartment.
Philadelphia, PA - With Lancaster’s Amish community close at hand, the Pennsylvania Dutch influence remains strong in Philadelphia dining. The Reading Terminal Market’s Dutch Eating Place provides a countertop passport to German immigrant foodways, cooking up rib-sticking apple dumplings, ham loaf, and shoo-fly pie—all recipes meant to sustain a day of work in the fields.
Philadelphia, PA - In a sandwich town like Philadelphia, it's not surprising to find some great Banh Mi around town. Also known as the Vietnamese hoagie,