Some dishes remain the same, others have been tweaked, and a few are completely new.
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Bird is once again the word on Thursdays.
Seems loyal Le Bec-ers like the idea of making more frequent visits, but not at $150 and eight courses.
Is this a case of history repeating itself? We hope not.
With some plates, she sticks with the restaurant's Southern focus, but with others, she takes them in a whole different direction.
Meltkraft’s Grilled Cheeses are ‘Gooey Inside but Greasy and Flappy Outside’; Erin O’Shea’s ‘Southern Cooking Roots’ Shine on Percy Street BBQ’s New Dishes
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
Eli Kulp and his crew have added a course of rather unorthodox breads to Fork's House Menu and Whole Animal dinners.
With the programming changes comes a bunch of new cocktails, some of which are tiki-inspired.
Spring brings lots of changes to two popular Center City restaurants.
It feels like we have a foot still stuck in winter, but sure enough springtime is here.
The two coffee shops will add the sandwiches to its edible offerings beginning Friday.
The new menu section puts grains in the spotlight.
Owner Evan Clancy promises the $5 burgers will not come topped with fried eggs or foie gras.
The nuggies aren't all that's new at the restaurant's bar.
New creations swap out the rice for vegetables and/or quinoa.
The new Sunday hours gives sleepyhead a little more time to get it together.
New bar snacks created by Lemon Hill's chef are now available at the Center City cocktail joint.
The new menu Sunday night prix fixe will change regularly.
New hot food offerings include five specialty sandwiches.
The chef and owner of Paesano's, Monsu and Modo Mio was last seen drinking whiskey with Anthony Bourdain.