PHILADELPHIA - Last December, the husband-and-wife team behind River Twice, Chef/Owner Randy Rucker and Owner/Operator Amanda Rucker, announced “Cheftivus” – a special five-night guest chef series that saw big names from Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and New Hampshire scheduled for collaboration dinners in the days leading up to Christmas Eve. Then Omicron happened, and the final three dinners were called off. Now, the Ruckers are excited to announce the continuation of the collaboration series as it returns as “Christmas in July.”


PHILADELPHIA - There are plenty of Philadelphia taverns, but which ones are the best? Here is a list of five. They're The Olde Bar, The Victoria Freehouse, and Khyber Pass Pub. Which is your favorite? Read on for a detailed description of each. And don't forget to make reservations at any of these Philadelphia bars to enjoy the unique experience of a real Philly tavern.

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PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health today announced 1,158 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 52,043. In addition, the Department of Public Health also announced 52 new probable cases from rapid antigen tests.

PHILADELPHIA - This mint-forward, the rum-based drink is so beloved that it has its own holiday that falls every year on July 11. It’s become the poster child of summer cocktails – a cool, refreshing mojito. Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar in Old City will celebrate National Mojito Day with $2 classic mojitos at the bar during happy hour, which runs from 4 to 6:30 pm.


PHILADELPHIA - In the spirit of summer and the summer, we've compiled a list of the best beer gardens in Philadelphia. These outdoor beer gardens are located throughout the city, from the Independence Beer Garden to the Drury Beer Garden to the Haas Biergarten. Each one is a great place to unwind and enjoy a delicious pint. And, of course, if you're a beer connoisseur, you'll also be able to enjoy your beer in a fun setting.


PHILADELPHIA - While exploring Philadelphia, you might be looking for the best places to feed your kids.  Here are a few places that have earned the approval of PhillyBite Magazine's kid-friendly restaurants. Whether you want to take your child for dinner, or a fun family outing, these Philadelphia spots will not disappoint! From Honey's Sit 'n Eat to Sabrina's Cafe, these places will satisfy all of your family's cravings!


PHILADELPHIA - A hoagie is a sandwich filled with meat and cheese and topped with sauce or condiments. It can be a traditional or an Italian-style hoagie. It's important to note that hoagies come in wide varieties. You might be surprised that some Philadelphians prefer stacked Italian meats over plain slices. If you're a vegetarian, there are plenty of places to get a hoagie made with vegetable meat.


PHILADELPHIA - The Kimmel Center Cultural Campus is pleased to announce the return of "Balcony Bar @ the Kimmel" in association with culinary partners at Garces Events. The pop-up space is located on the Kimmel Center's second-tier balcony overlooking iconic Broad Street and City Hall.


PHILADELPHIA - If you love the taste of a refreshing, fizzy, and fresh cocktail, you'll find the best places for Mojitos in Philadelphia. This Cuban cocktail gained fame in the city five years ago and is still featured on many festive drink lists. While the classic mojito is composed of white rum, fresh lime, simple syrup, and club soda, modern variations are available in various flavors. Bartenders may also add a splash of bitters or fruit flavors.


PHILADELPHIA - STARR Restaurants is excited to announce the debut of its newest restaurant concept – Café Click at Comcast Center, a French-inspired all-day outdoor café where employees, residents, and visitors alike can relax, socialize, and enjoy a delicious meal throughout the week. Located on the Comcast Center Plaza at 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Café Click will be open starting June 21 for lunch and dinner Monday through Friday from 11:00a-8:00p through September 2022.


PHILADELPHIA - As a city with one of the most diverse bar scenes in the country, Philadelphia has something for everyone. From swanky wine bars to humble dive bars, Philadelphia offers many opportunities for a relaxing night out. And since you're not likely to contract the Covid-19 pandemic while sipping a drink on a rooftop, this is a great way to unwind. There are many great rooftop bars in Philadelphia to choose from.


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