PHILADELPHIA — With classic rowhouse architecture, brick sidewalks and narrow streets, some charming neighborhoods in Philadelphia can almost make you forget about cheesesteaks, Rocky and that whole American Revolution thing. Almost. Read more about Magic Gardens & Jim’s Steaks.
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By Dan McKay Pizza may be the perfect food — it’s portable, cheap, and healthy-ish (the toppings, sauce, and bread fit somewhere in the food pyramid). And while NYC and Chicago like to believe they make the best pies in America (NYC water, yada yada; deep dish, blah blah blah), Philly should get a little
One needs enterprise to engender an existence as an entrepreneur, especially when his or her products concern pleasing palates. Six years into her life as a proprietor, Megan Kennedy has proven a courageous creator and has captured the curiosity and consistent companionship of locals’ taste buds through The Sweet Life Bakery, 740 South St. “There’s
This upcoming Saturday is the 4th annual South Street Spring Festival on South Street. PHL17’s David Grzybowski got a sneak preview of this weekends event with Mike Harris, executive Director of the South Street Headhouse District and Bridget Foy and Paul Rodriguez, owners of Bridget Foy’s bar and restaurant. check out the news story and
South Street is arguably the most famous street in Philadelphia and for the fourth year in a row, the city celebrates its rich cultural diversity with the South Street Spring Festival on Saturday, May 7th. Thousands people came out last year for the local eats, art stalls, and of course, live music. This year, over
Marilyn is joined by Mike Harris, Executive Director of the South Street Headhouse District. he gives you all the details on the fourth annual South Street Spring Festival happening Saturday, May 7th from 11a-8p…. Listen here..