If the buzz hasn't already been blown up for Serpico, it is now.
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The little boozy, local start-up is branching out again.
The chef polled the writers about their favorite foods and flavors to come up with the dishes.
The announcements will surely have trolls on a roll today.
As if running a blossoming restaurant empire wasn't enough, the two are now penning a column too.
Sbraga earns high marks for great food and reasonable prices.
Since his restaurant rants have lost steam, Philly's most despised blogger steps up the controversy.
The site came back to life today after going dark back in 2010.
Vetri Culinary Juggernaut Rolls Into Bon Appetit; Nighttime Is the Right Time For the Khyber-Royal-Cantina Crew
Vetri, and one of his proteges gets named, and the Khyber owners are kings of late night.
The First Friday fest this month celebrates a milestone.
She replaces outgoing editor Drew Lazor.
Though the magazine picks it as a best bet for visiting Philly, it's still not yet open.
Ground Control to Major Colin: Franklin Mortgage’s Rockist Inclinations Scores Esquire’s ‘Cocktail of the Week’
Colin Shearn's 'Always Crashing the Same Car' lands in the pages of the magazine.
The duck fat, sourdough pizza at Garces Trading Co. was all Travel + Leisure needed, but they flipped for the hangar steak.
With Vetri's help the magazine presents the city in broader scope..
Restaurant Rows are blowing up all over the city.
It turns out that Philly's chefs are more incestuous than the characters in a John Irving novel.
L.A. Times Learns Pat’s and Geno’s Both Sort of Suck; N.Y. Post Says Zahav and Barbuzzo Are Both Worth the Trip
They truth is neither cheesesteak mill delivers on all the hype.