Bokc beers and German sausages are perfect for Judgement Day.
Between launching his hot dog cart and getting American Sardine Bar ready for its opening, the South Philly Tap Room chef does not have time for the end of days.
This time around the Grey Lodge peeps are waiting until noon to start tapping casks.
For a more raucous affair, take a turn on P.Y.T.'s mechanical bull.
For its long awaited return, the Food Trust's Night Market will feature a beer garden.
Rather than challenging the Boston chef to a regional foods wager, Vetri and crew are celebrating her visit to Philadelphia.
Lacroix's wedding celebration was moved to accommodate the overwhelming crowds.
The chef and renowned cookbook author will talk about her book and demonstrate how to clean and cook seafood.
The monthly vegan and vegetarian party returns to the Khyber.
The two week festival has a bunch of food and drink-related programs scheduled.
For three nights some of France's best culinary talent will be cooking at local restaurants.
Tonight the Amis crew will celebrate the work of chef-author Gabrielle Hamilton with a lamb roast inspired by her book.
Kenny Bush bested the competition in the cookoff, which was judged by Quetlove, Sasha Grey and some local critics.
Details Are Hazy, But Reservations Are Going Quick For the Matt Levin and Kevin Sbraga Collaboration
The two chefs forged a relationship years ago and have been batting around collaboration ideas for months.
The spring kickoff of the Tap House's patio is being postponed because of the weather.
Fire-breathers, dancers and a klezmer band will highlight Zahav's Klezmer Carnival.
Passing on the corned beef and cabbage, Chef Landau is cooking up a meatless Irish feast.