Patrons were coming up to the front door of Fourth & Cross Tuesday afternoon hoping to sample some of the comfort food from this new talk-of-Dickinson-Square-West spot. Why was it closed so soon after officially opening its doors on June 15?
How many different types of cannolis are there to choose from at the Girard Estate-based Potito’s Bakery, 1614 W. Ritner St.?
Paul Frost fostered such warm youthful feelings about entering the culinary world that he yearned to run a business before acquiring the acumen to cook. With education having engendered even more passion, the 30-year-old is reveling as the proprietor of 1st Ward Sandwich, Front and Morris streets.
Stephen Starr is Philadelphia’s most prolific restauranteur. He has a keen sense of what types of restaurants people enjoy, and goes to great lengths to include diversity of cuisines and price points.
Summer has officially arrived, and the ghastly heat and high humidity came with it.
When it opened in 1998, The Prime Rib became an instant classic American steakhouse. The décor, ambiance and menu harkened back to the ’40s when elegantly dressed Americans sipped cocktails and enjoyed hearty prime beef and bottles of red wine cared for by tuxedo-clad waiters.