Photo: Dock Street Brewing Co.

Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA - Dock Street Brewing Co. - Dock Street Brewing Co. jump-started the craft beer revolution in 1985 before brewpubs were ubiquitous, and it was a new addition to the ever-changing West Philadelphia landscape when it opened in a restored firehouse at 50th & Baltimore in 2007. Now, the brand has landed in Point Breeze, a burgeoning neighborhood with a robust and well-established community of residents, but very few businesses that service them.

Photo: Kalaya Thai Kitchen Website

Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA - Kalaya Thai Kitchen - Kalaya Thai Kitchen, a brand-new Thai BYOB centers on time-honored fare seldom seen in the States. In fact, the fare is based on family recipes handed down for generations such as toasted beef curry, stir-fried ground pork with salted egg yolk, along with wok-fried monkfish.


Jembatan 5 Indonesian Cuisine

Philadelphia, PAJembatan 5, Indonesian cuisine - With the opening of Jembatan 5, Indonesian cuisine is definitely making new inroads in Philly. The restaurant features simple décor along with the full, rich flavors of Indonesian cuisine, guest can expect classics such as Turmeric fried chicken along with broad noodles, packed with flavor and spice.


Chatayee Thai In The Heart of Midtown Village

Philadelphia, PAChatayee Thai In The Heart of Midtown Village - Chatayee Thai, the Thai restaurant at the heart of Midtown Village, is currently serving up a brand new lunch menu as well as a happy hour, Monday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. Chatayee Thai provides hard-to-find Thai dishes, created with traditional techniques together with fresh ingredients. Plates may be personalized to the customer's preferred spice level from "mild" to "Thai spicy."


Photos: Bill Zimmerman, PhillyBite

PhillyBite Tradesman PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia, PA - Tradesman’s, the enormous craft beer and barbecue eatery in Midtown Village, is open August 9, 2018, after remodeling the historic Tradesman’s Trust Company building located at 1322 Chestnut Street, across from Starbucks in the Macy's building.


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