The new tasting menu option is limited to six guests per seating.
Plus: Big fish restaurant chain Landry's gobbled up little fish McCormick & Schmick's; and an Alabam convenience store sells meat via a vending machine, all in our morning news roundup.
With Vetri's help the magazine presents the city in broader scope..
The evening will feature dishes prepared by Fork's Terence Feury, and Turduckens from Chef Spence and company.
The new book details secrets from Vetri's kitchen.
Unlike the other chef participating in Savor Borgata, Vetri doesn't have a restaurant in Atlantic City yet.
The Eagles' tackle will learn a thing or two about Spanish cookery with the Iron Chef, but we suspect there's something more to the story.
Starr and Vetri Restaurants Spur Development Along North Broad Street; Green Veggies Boost the Immune System
Plus: Suit alleges false claims of Fruit by the Foot; and a salmon farm backed by the Obama administration teeters on bankruptcy, all in our morning news roundup.
Whether or not a liquor license is secured, Vetri and company are hunting for a suburban location.
The Top Chef winner's restaurant debuts Saturday.
The third annual Thanksgiving day football game between the two chefs is moving to Franklin Field.
Marc Vetri Raises the Bar For ‘Nice Guy’ Chefs; With Latin Cocktails Rise Comes the Inevitable ‘Tequila Rager’
Plus: Eva Longoria lends her name to a documentary about migrant labor; and Krispy Kreme gives way to Kripsy Skremes for Halloween, all in our morning news roundup.
If all goes as expected, the Phils will win, and Vetri's going to have dinner at Eleven Madison Park.
Rounding up the region's neighborhood news.
It turns out that Philly's chefs are more incestuous than the characters in a John Irving novel.
The pairing serves as a little taste of what to expect next year at Alla Spina.
The new book is geared toward home cooks, but Vetri says it also offers some challenging recipes.
Take a peek at what Grub Street's getting excited about for fall.
Plus: YUMM brings fresh fruit to Philly's food deserts via bicycle; and nearly 10,000 restaurants closed in the U.S. last year, all in our morning news roundup.
The new BYOB from Vetri/Chez Panisse alum Joey Baldino brings Sicilian style dishes to Collingswood's restaurant row.