When we came to the end of the long drive down South Broad Street, we were greeted by a man who treated us as if we were his long lost cousins.
Everyone is used to stuffing turkeys around Thanksgiving, but there’s no reason to leave this cooking method to go to the birds during the rest of the year.
Paradiso Restaurant & Wine Bar, 1627 E. Passyunk Ave., will mark its 10th anniversary Dec. 1 by presenting a 10-course dinner.
After days of cooking for Rosh Hashana, I was able to get out of the kitchen and enjoy Sunday brunch. Sam’s Morning Glory Diner, Sabrina’s Cafe, Hawthornes and Kraftwork are some of my favorites that I return to regularly because the fare is consistently good.
Two weeks ago, I happened upon Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen, a restaurant that opened about a year and a half ago in Fishtown. It has outdoor seating on a lovely deck where parents with young children were sharing the space with singles and couples.
Years ago, Broadway-bound musicals and plays used to “try out” in a few cities, especially in Philadelphia. Writers, actors and directors would work out the kinks before the New York City debut.