The Little Lion in Old City District (243 Chestnut Street) celebrates the opening of the Museum of the American Revolution with free mini corn hoecakes for ticketholders, 15% off food/drink with Museum membership, new weekday breakfast service and extended hours. The Little Lion will also support the Museum (that is located just 25 feet across the street) by firing up a special dish on the Museum's opening day - with 100% of proceeds being donated to the Museum. "Hamilton Steak" is one of several dishes inspired by the American Revolution being offered by an Old City restaurant during the Museum launch. Heading to The Little Lion also just got easier with the addition of a brand new Phlash stop at 3rd and Chestnut, right outside Little Lion's doors.Read More
33rd Street Hospitality Catering is taking the tacos on the road! Chefs Michael Sultan and Carolyn Nguyen announce the debut of the Revolution Taco Food Truck - inspired by their brick and mortar at 2015 Walnut Street. The food truck will feature many customer favorites from the menu at the Rittenhouse Square eatery, along with several food truck exclusives. The truck will also serve as a testing ground for new dishes to be added to the restaurant’s menu. Philadelphia’s newest food truck will make its official debut at three of the spring’s biggest neighborhood food festivals, including StrEAT Food Festival in Manayunk (April 9), Cinco De Mayo at the Piazza at Schmidt's Commons (May 5) and South Street Spring Festival (May 6).Read More
Easter Brunch and Easter Dinner are holiday staples and a number of Philadelphia favorites have some egg-citing things in-store. Thirteen local restaurants, cafes and bakeries offering special menus, spring cocktails, outdoor seating and more.Read More
From 12 kinds of wings, to a make your own taco bar, to buffalo chicken empanadas and upscale cheesesteak pizzas, below please find a list of special food offerings, parties and events for Super Bowl Sunday from Aversa PR clients.Read More
Revolution Taco (2015 Walnut Street) heads into their second year with hearty new menu additions that are geared toward the cooler, winter months. After celebrating their first anniversary, Owners Michael Sultan and Carolyn Nguyen wanted to expand their menu of offerings by debuting Tamales, Arroz con Pollo and Pig Wings.Read More
Jane Guo and Jackson Fu announce the grand opening of Dim Sum House by Jane G’s at 3939 Chestnut Street in University City this Wednesday, January 11, 2017. This expansive and stylish Old Shanghai inspired restaurant, bar and lounge features 6,000 square foot of space and will seat over 225 people in five unique dining spaces. Three talented chefs will show off their expertise in the kitchen with a menu that focuses on two authentic styles of Chinese dim sum (Shanghai and Cantonese), plus fried rice, noodles, chef specialties and familiar Chinese favorites. At the bar, look for a full line of spirits, 19 beers, 10 signature cocktails, and wine by the glass and bottle. The restaurant is located on the second floor, with the entrance found between 39th and 40th streets on Chestnut.Read More
Executive Chef Vince Joseph and owner Courtney Dow celebrate the first anniversary of Fine Palate (231 S. 15th Street) with some exciting changes, both in and out of the kitchen. Starting this week, look for a new lounge on the first floor, new weekday lunch service and new fall menu changes on the dinner menu. The duo, known for the first pop-up rooftop sensation Le Bok Fin, opened the global-oriented restaurant and bar in fall of 2015. One year later, they want to continue to continue to evolve the dining experience they are offering, while pushing the envelope with the finest ingredients from around the world.Read More
The Little Lion in Old City District serves up a Southern spin on the traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoy your choice of decadent entrees and trimmings, with homemade desserts, seasonal cocktails and fall craft drafts.Read More
Teddy Sourias of Craft Concepts (BRU Craft & Wurst, U-Bahn, Uptown Beer Garden, Finn McCool's Ale House) announces three bell-rated chef Jonathan Petruce will serve as Executive Chef at Cinder, coming to 1500 Locust Street. Petruce recently worked with Craft Concepts as the pop-up chef for the summer at Uptown Beer Garden. The first draft of Petruce's menu will include elevated versions of casual favorites - and including Al Pastor Pizza, Pistachio Pizza and Saison Mussels. As the kitchen team takes shapes, construction enters final phases and staff training begins, look for Sourias to announce this week a final opening date - which should be for early to mid November. For more information about opening dates, final menu and construction updates, visit www.cinderphilly.com, @cinderphilly on Twitter and Instagram, and facebook.com/cinderphilly.Read More
Teddy Sourias, owner of BRU Craft & Wurst and Finn McCools, announces the opening of U-Bahn (1320 Chestnut Street) at 4:00pm this Thursday, March 5, 2015. Descend from the streets of Midtown Village into Philadelphia’s new underground stop for all things local - food, beer and music. Eighteen taps will be pouring an all Pennsylvania draft list and draft cocktails. The menu will showcase house-made pickles, cheese boards, old school bar snacks and twists on Philadelphia’s favorite sandwiches. The stage and state-of-the-art sound system will put the spotlight on emerging local talent. Retro arcade games will provide nostalgic fun between trips.
Starting hours will be 4:00pm to 2:00am Sundays through Fridays, and Noon to 2:00am on Saturdays. Live music and DJs will take the stage on select days during opening month. Coasting ahead into spring, live entertainment will be on stage three to five nights per week. For boarding information, call 215-800-1079, visit www.ubahnphilly.com, follow @ubahnphilly and like U-Bahn Philly.