Philly Restaurants to Offer Cocktails-to-Go (Just Became Legal!)

2020-05-21T17:13:31-04:00May 19th, 2020|

Last week, the Pennsylvania senate voted to allow the sale of to-go cocktails in the state of Pennsylvania. And as of Thursday, May 21, the legislation has been signed by Governor Wolf and is now legal! Under the new law, restaurants, bars and hotels who hold R and H liquor licenses, lost more than 25 [...]

A Restaurant Week Like Never Before: Take Home the Eats Week May 6 – May 10

2020-05-06T15:33:51-04:00May 6th, 2020|

Typically, Restaurant Week means an excuse to gather with friends and family at local restaurants to enjoy prix fixe meals at a great price. You'd scour the list of restaurants, pick your favorites (or try something new!), call or go online to make your reservations, and then relax while feasting on delicious food and drinks. [...]

Cinco de Mayo en Casa: Ways to Celebrate at Home in Philly

2020-05-04T23:31:22-04:00May 4th, 2020|

Cinco de Mayo is annually observed on May 5 as a celebration of Mexico's victory over France in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Frankly, it’s more widely celebrated in the United States than it is in Mexico, but these days, we’re all about celebrating anything we can! PLUS, it falls on a [...]

Philadelphia Mother’s Day Guide 2020

2020-05-01T23:30:13-04:00April 30th, 2020|

Mother's Day 2020 is Sunday, May 10. And even though the holiday is likely to look different this year for many families, Moms still deserve to feel special ... even if you're celebrating from 6 feet apart. In fact, she'd probably appreciate some extra love this year more than ever! Read On For ... Ideas [...]

The I Hate Steven Singer Guy Sends Some LOVE to Front Line Heroes

2020-05-06T12:13:44-04:00April 30th, 2020|

The I Hate Steven Singer Guy LOVES front line heroes, doctors, nurses and hospital workers. Steven Singer Jewelers (a 2020 Philly Happening List Finalist for Best Jeweler) wants to spread the love by using a portion of their famous 24 karat gold dipped roses purchased to support our front-line heroes, doctors, nurses, EMTs and [...]

Shop Local in Philadelphia During the COVID-19 Crisis

2020-04-21T22:27:21-04:00April 21st, 2020|

With so many stores closed and the community making every effort to stay at home to stop the spread of COVID-19, shopping has become a bit complicated. But many of our favorite Philly businesses are rising to the occasion, providing safe ways to meet their customers' needs. In a time that's especially challenging for small [...]

Evil Genius Beer Company Debuts New Tiger King Inspired Beer

2020-04-13T23:06:15-04:00April 13th, 2020|

Evil Genius Beer Company taps a much needed distraction with the debut of another very serious beer with a very silly (and timely) name. The Philadelphia and Fishtown-based brewer announced the debut of a Tiger King inspired pale ale that pays homage to one of the biggest cultural phenomenons sweeping the nation. Felt Cute, Might [...]

Celebrating Easter at Home: A Philly Guide to Easter 2020

2020-04-13T17:15:58-04:00April 7th, 2020|

Despite March 2020 feeling like it was 91 days instead of 31, it still feels a little surreal that Easter is already here! With Easter Bunny pictures cancelled, no public egg hunts or church events, and no large family gatherings, this year is certainly unlike the holiday most of us are used to. But, that [...]

Living with Littles: Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Home

2020-03-14T20:42:08-04:00March 14th, 2020|

By Michelle Reese Local parades, festivals, storytimes and more have all been cancelled. But now, more than ever, our families could use some light-hearted fun! Whether your family hails from the Emerald Isle, or you're just pretending to be a wee bit Irish for the holiday, here are some ways you can celebrate St. Patrick's [...]

The Flavors of St. Patrick’s Day at Home

2020-03-14T12:09:33-04:00March 14th, 2020|

St. Patrick's Day is a popular time to go out for a few drinks and some Irish dishes. While it's always fun to "cheers" the holiday with the Irish folk in your community (even if they're just Irish for the day), health concerns surrounding COVID-19 are keeping most people at home this year. No [...]

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