The First Friday fest this month celebrates a milestone.
The competition was stiff, and the crowds were hungry.
Chefs signed on for the series include Kevin Sbraga, Terence Feury and Michael Solomonov.
The artist will have a collection new drawings on display.
Vetri alum and Industry chef, Pat Szoke, is bringing crispy pig ears to the party.
The annual street vendor awards are bringing their show to Philly again..
The South Philly installment of the Food Trust's ongoing street fairs was one of the largest, and perhaps greatest to date.
In honor of the nation's founders, and those who've defended it, Wawa's hauling a 4.5 ton hoagie up to Independence Mall.
Mia will pair Yards brews with six special dishes.
The market's renovations are complete, and now it's time to celebrate.
There was trivia, messy physical challenges, and lots of beer and green slime.
Teams will square off to see who can hold on the longest.
The Food Network personality and producer will resume his role as host for this sudsy homage to cult TV show "Double Dare."
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.
Carroll will face off against fellow season six cheftestant Eli Kirshstein.
In addition to the many food vendors, this installment will have beer tents, cocktail and wine.
As per usual, the food's free, the drinks cheap, but you'll need a pay stub from a restaurant to get in.
Despite some complaints about chains participating, both Capital Grille and Bobby's Burger Palace triumphed.
The tavern once served as watering hole for thirsty soldiers fighting in the Revolutionary War.