For the first one in January, they are hosting Chicago's Publican.
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Even if you don't celebrate Christmas, you can still take part in this time-honored Italian tradition.
Vetri chefs demonstrate how to cook one of their signature pasta dishes.
He's back in Philly again, and this time he's giving out free copies of his new book.
There will be burgers, hot dogs, cheap drinks and more.
Vetri alum and Industry chef, Pat Szoke, is bringing crispy pig ears to the party.
As usual, the food is free, the drinks cheap, but a recent pay stub from a restaurant is the only thing that can get you in.
As per usual, the food's free, the drinks cheap, but you'll need a pay stub from a restaurant to get in.
From whole animals to no meat at all, Amis wants to make everyone happy.
The elusive wild Appalachian leeks are perhaps the most coveted, if not outright fetishized vegetable of the season.
The Irish and Belgians will invade Amis tonight.
The new menu feature focuses on a specific animal and incorporates it into three dishes.
New menu introductions span everything from pasta and pizza to antipasti and entrees.
Top Chef champs stole the show.
Several area restaurants are getting jolly this holiday season with the traditional Italian feast.
The dinner, which sold out almost immediately, previewed dishes to be featured on the Alla Spina menu.
The new tasting menu option is limited to six guests per seating.
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Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
The evening will feature dishes prepared by Fork's Terence Feury, and Turduckens from Chef Spence and company.