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‘Retirement’ Proves Elusive for Chefs David Katz and Jonathan Adams
The two are coming out of retirement in the days and weeks ahead for pop-ups, charitable events and dinners.
Lafayette Hill’s Brittingham’s Getting a Major Overhaul
Extensive changes to the historic restaurant’s structure and menu are about to get underway.
Renovations and New Chef Coming to Pub & Kitchen; 10 Arts Overhauls Menu and
Spring brings lots of changes to two popular Center City restaurants.
Giddy Up: Side Project Jerky Teams Up With Rival Bros. to Create ‘The
For this latest jerky joint venture, Espinoza and Rival Bros look to the American frontier.
Say It Ain’t So: Pub & Kitchen Eighty-Sixes the Churchill Burger
Say so long to the marrow-slathered, custom blend burger.
Festival Bar Kicks Off With Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe; JohnnyMac
Plus: Craig LaBan scores accolades from Association of Food Journalists; and Philly Fringe’s Festival Bar kicks off.
Gives Osteria’s Jeff Michaud a Case of the
Alla Spina will preview the new “Munchies” episode tonight at a special late-night happy hour.
Rival Bros Roll Out with a Singe-Origin Coffee Bean
The new coffee comes from a single plot from one farm in Guatemala.
Rival Bros Now Truckin’ Up to Love Park Every Weekday
The new truck will be serving coffee every weekday starting at 7 a.m.
Rival Bros to Perk Up the Local Coffee Scene
Pub & Kitchen’s Jonathan Adams partnered with lifelong friend Damien Pileggi for the new venture.
Foodies With Benefits
Pub & Kitchen Hosts ‘Hops For Hope’ Beer Dinner, Benefiting CHOP
The dinner matches chef Jonathan Adams dishes with Sixpoint brews.
Pub & Kitchen Drops Fish and Chips From Its Menu
The Brit-ish pub’s signature dish is not included on its latest menu update.
Get Ready For the Anglo-American ‘Parliament Burger,’ Coming to Pub
The new burger stays true to its American roots, while keeping in check with the pub’s anglophile inclinations.
Foodies With Benefits
Handicapping the Burger Brawl With Pat LaFrieda
The man behind some New York’s most sought after burgers is coming to Saturday’s benefit.
Say So Long to Snackbar
The four-year-old Rittenhouse hideaway will call it quits in the coming weeks.
Philadelphia’s Five Best Pork Dishes
In this collection of dishes we have every part of the pig except the oink.
LaFrieda Burgers and Sixpoint Beers: Pub & Kitchen Is the Hippest New York Bar
Pub & Kitchen seems to be stuck in a New York state of mind.