The new spot is targeting "late May" and will feature a variety of pizzas, sandwiches and salads.
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Substituting microscopic plant fibers for nitrogen-laden plastic widgets is not only more environmentally sound, it's also more cost effective.
The dank, smoke-filled shot-and-a-beer hole ranks among the best dive bars.
The brewery's television show has just made its beers too darn popular.
Finally after 15 years, Philly is getting its own Iron Hill brewpub.
The new collaborative beer will make its debut in April.
The latest entry into Flying Fish's ongoing series of limited edition beers celebrates Rutgers University.
Late breaking openings are available for two classes that ordinarily are difficult to get in on.
Through sales of Russian River beers and generous donations, Monk's raised thousands of dollars for the charitable organization today.
Iron Hill's Maple Shade location is serving up wild fermented and barrel aged beers Saturday.
The beer is extremely rare as it is, draughts are even more scarce.
With beer business booming, several new beer-centric restaurants are in the works.
As the industry experiences growth, the focus shifts from kick-ass beer to profitability and investments.
The evening will feature tastings of some of the Swiss brewery's extraordinarily rare beers.
Tonight's movie night features special beers and special menu items.
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No matter what Old Man Winter dishes out, nothing's going to stop the thirsty and seasonally affected from turning out.
More than 20 different Belgian style beers will be on tap at Iron Hill on Saturday.
The Pub & Kitchen crew wants to provide relief for Restaurant Week's huddled masses of hungry, tired and in need of drink industry folks.