How to celebrate Three Kings Day, the holiday season’s epic finale

Here's how one Philadelphian recreates her childhood Día de los Reyes.

How to celebrate Three Kings Day, the holiday season’s epic finale

Here's how one Philadelphian recreates her childhood Día de los Reyes.

Korean fried chicken and noodles, way off the beaten path, at Oori

Local restaurateur David Backhus saw a hole in the market, and hired chef Michael Falcone to fill it.

Korean fried chicken and noodles, way off the beaten path, at Oori

Local restaurateur David Backhus saw a hole in the market, and hired chef Michael Falcone to fill it.

North Broad’s Cicala, in the chef-owner couple’s own words

"I don’t want to be a special-occasion restaurant. I don’t like to eat like that."

North Broad’s Cicala, in the chef-owner couple’s own words

"I don’t want to be a special-occasion restaurant. I don’t like to eat like that."
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Green Aisle Grocery to close its 2 locations

Everything in the stores except for fresh products is 20% off through the closing.

Here are the new Philadelphia area restaurants to expect in 2020

The prospects for 2020 aren’t nearly as bright and promising compared with last year’s bumper crop.

Palma’s Cucina closes after 23 years in Fitler Square, and Bucatini Caffe is on the way

The new restaurant, joining a full lineup of Italian spots in the Fitler Square/Rittenhouse area, will be owned by the cousins who own Burrata in South Philadelphia and Havertown.

The most important Philadelphia restaurants of the decade, from Han Dynasty to Pizzeria Beddia

Which restaurants made serious contributions to the most exciting era of dining in Philly?

Throwing a NYE dinner party? Give it a Palizzi Social Club theme.

Or maybe an Alpine feel. Or perhaps a 'Downton Abbey' vibe.

What it means when a wine label says ‘reserve’

Whether it means extra aging or nothing at all depends on where the wine comes from.

Bryce Harper’s barbershop-bar, Blind Barber, opens in Center City

Three chairs for haircuts, plus two bars and a lounge. The follicly gifted right fielder was scouted for the venture just before he signed with the Phillies.

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Philadelphia restaurants in 2019 by the bells, from Alpen Rose to Vernick Fish

Back-alley restaurants; uncompromisingly authentic BYOBs; and upgrades to ramen, pizza, pasta, and wine dominated this past year.

Tango restaurant closes after 19 years at Bryn Mawr train station

The owners could not be reached for comment about the shutdown.

And the award for Philly’s best new restaurant goes to...

It was one of the best years ever for dining in the Philadelphia region, but some places were a cut above the rest.

The best things Craig LaBan ate in 2019

After eating upwards of 400 meals this year, our restaurant critic picked the very best bites.

Did you try any of Philly's top food trends in 2019?

Plus: Impossible Burgers everywhere and Southeast Asian flavors FTW.

Modo Mio, chef Peter McAndrews’ Italian restaurant, to come back

Also: Paesano's will move to Fishtown as it closes in Northern Liberties.

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