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Food Trucks

Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Cheesesteak Adventure - According to Jim Pappas, The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Guy - Tim McRae is going to be a household name as well as celebrity chef, with WTF, Where's The Food? Food Truck.


Photo: Kory Aversa for East Passyunk Car Show

Food Trucks

Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA - East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) - East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) is gearing up for its 14th Annual Car Show and Street Festival on Sunday, July 28, 2019, starting at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, on EPA in between Broad and Dickinson streets.


No more Food Trucks in The NorthEast?

Food Trucks

 City Council Bans Food Truck in The NortheastPhiladelphia, PA - Philadelphia's City Council approved a bill banning sidewalk sales in Councilman Brian O'Neill's district. There is already a ban in Councilman Bobby Henon's district that covers the rest of the northeast.


Philadelphia: Food Truck Fridays

Food Trucks

Philadelphia: Food Truck FridaysPhiladelphia, PA - With springtime here, it is now the season for Food Trucks and time to salivate about every one of the tasty trucks starting to rolling up on Philly's street corners. Relaxing on city benches and grass-covered parks, or perhaps a quick street corner, lunch break right on the sidewalk.


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Food Trucks

Philadelphia, PA The Shake Shack Launches New Food Trucks - The Shake Shack now has its very own food truck in Philly. The company recently purchased two brand new food trucks for the east coast region, available for events only. One truck will service New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania and the other will be for Atlanta region.


The Food Bank of South Jersey’s Food Truck Friday

Food Trucks

Jersey Bite - PhillyBite Food Truck FridayThe Food Bank of South Jersey welcomes the local community to take pleasure in some of best food trucks in the regional at Food Truck Friday on September 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., as part of its Hunger Action Month campaign. Located at 1501 John Tipton Blvd., Pennsauken, NJ 08110.


(Photos: PhillyBite Magazine) Connacht Whiskey

Beer & Wine

Philadelphia, PAIrish Whiskey Philly - I was recently gifted with a litany of masterworks from the Emerald Isle Wednesday night at Tir Na Nog Irish Bar and Grill. As, the libations poured from the hands of their creators, showcasing their talent at crafting liquid heaven from across the sea.


Philly Beers with 5% ABV or Lower

Beer & Wine

Reduced ABV Beers PhillyPhiladelphia, PA - Reduced ABV Beers can be a great option to keep things on the lighter side. Keeping this in mind, Philly Loves Beer has created a beer lovers' guide of readily available local beers less than 5% ABV.

Philadelphia Brewing Co. and Tin Can Bar

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Philadelphia, PABest Home-Brewed Beer - Philadelphia Brewing Company has teamed up with Port Richmond’s Tin Can Bar for their first annual Homebrew Bracket, an amateur beer-making competition where sixteen home brewers will compete for the title of “Best Beer in The City of Brotherly Love.”


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Philadelphia, PAPhilly Ciders - Although it's not a beer, cider nevertheless is enjoyed by many beer drinkers. Preferences include standard cider, New England cider as well as many specialty ciders.

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Philadelphia, PAFlower Show Bars and Restaurants - The Philadelphia Flower Show returns to the Philadelphia Convention Center! Does the revered Philadelphia Flower Show return for another year of fabulous flora and fauna with this year's theme, Riviera Holiday – and what better way to celebrate than with aromatic cocktails inspired by the garden?


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Philadelphia, PAPhilly Beer Bus Tour - Philly Loves Beer announced a special curated, one-day-only local beer tour as part of the new consumer track of the 2020 Grain & Malt Symposium. The guided Beer Bus Tour will kick off at Craft Hall on Sunday, March 1, at 2 PM, and take beer-lovers on a multi-stop, educational experience that highlights area breweries who are using local grain and malt.


Charlies Roast PorkCharlie's was the number one seed in the entire 2020 March Cheesesteak Madness Tournament, they make a great cheesesteak. With a nod to their name 'roast pork,' they make an excellent broccoli rabe.

The Palm In The Heart of Philadelphia's Theater District (Photos: PhillyBite)

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PhillyBite The Palm RestaurantPhiladelphia, PA - The Palm in Philadelphia has officially closed its doors, after 30 years in Philadelphia. First reported by "Philly Chit Chat" The Palm on Broad Street, located right in the heart of the Theater District; was a long-standing bar and dining establishment offering striking attention to detail and the best food and drinks in center city.

Square Pizza on East Passyunk (Photo: Twitter)

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PhillyBite PizzaPhiladelphia, PA - In a city with Neapolitan pizzerias opening on every other corner, it’s becoming harder to stand out. Many have tried using imported ingredients such as Prosciutto di Parma, or even strange ingredients like Buffalo sauce, but it becomes hard to distinguish between pizzerias after a while. Surely the only way to make a statement is to change the shape and thickness of the crust.

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Philadelphia, PASamosa Vegan - Samosa Vegetarian can be described as family-owned "All you can eat paradise! Launched in 1996, might be one of the only restaurants inside the city to offer vegetarian/vegan in addition to kosher, and their unique lunch and dinner buffet is reasonably priced.

Photo: Instagram Marinucci's Deli

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Philadelphia, PAMarinucci's Deli a Traditional Hoagie Spot - Considering that I live in Philadelphia, I have often gone on a quest to uncover the best hoagies and cheesesteaks in the city, and I have been extremely fortunate to experience several places in my search for the best.

Phillys Best BYOBs

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 BYOB or BYO PhillyPhiladelphia, PA - BYOB or BYO means "bring your own bottle" or "bring your own booze". In Philadelphia, BYOB establishments can be found though-out the city and we've listed below 8 of our favorite BYOB restaurants to enjoy not only the fare but also allows you to bring your own bottle.


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