Though Revel is still not opened yet, it's already ruffling some feathers around town.
Rounding up news from the neighborhoods.
The duck fat, sourdough pizza at Garces Trading Co. was all Travel + Leisure needed, but they flipped for the hangar steak.
The menu features variety of different Mexican dishes, all priced below $20.
The new restaurant is second effort from partners Tim Spinner and Brian Sirhal, the duo that opened Ft. Washington's Cantina Feliz last year.
As restaurants move toward techniques that are ever more heritage-focused, many chefs are taking a long hard look at their charcoal and coming up with some serious alternatives.
While Fish awaits the delivery of kitchen gear, Amada's crew throws a life line.
There's more than just Chinese available.
Speculation starts as to whether trendy Seattle brand will bring any of its restaurant partners to town, too.
The latest rumor has a "big-name" behind and Eataly-like concept.
The collaboration from Supper's Mitch Prensky and Franklin Mortgage and Investment Co.'s Mike Welsh takes its nmae from the nearby Fairmount Park mansion.
When it opens next spring, the new Revel casino will feature three Garces restaurants.
The charitable extension of the Iron Chef's empire takes shape before the big gridiron showdown against Vetri.
The Philadelphia chef is likely linking up with the owners of The Ace Hotel.
De Niro enjoyed a sneak preview dinner at Route 6 while Gordon Ramsay chowed down in NoLibs and University City.
The new chocolate bars will soon be available at all La Colombe locations.
Garces teams up with Marc Forgione to battle Bobby Flay and Michael Symon in a Thanksgiving-themed bout.
With Vetri's help the magazine presents the city in broader scope..