by Moriah Kelley There seems to be a longing for human connection, to restore the old, and to gather in beautiful spaces. The newly renovated Bourse in Old City far exceeded my expectations and in my opinion has met all three of these needs. Originally known as a trading post founded in 1891 by George Bartol, the building has gone under many transformations, from being … Continue reading A Visit to the Newly Renovated Bourse Food Hall
Courtesy of Ferullo Insurance Each year, outdoor grilling causes an average of 8,900 home fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Gas grills cause more home fires than charcoal grills, the association adds. According to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, 61 percent of households own a gas grill, 41 percent own a charcoal grill and 10 percent own an electric grill. Here are some safety tips that … Continue reading Outdoor Grilling Safety Tips
-Joei DeCarlo On Saturday, April 28, 2019, guests filled the Johnnie Walker Lounge above Chinatown Square to celebrate Private Chef Mitzi Jackson’s new brand, Twist: The Art of Soulful Fusion. You may have read about Mitzi in previous issues of RowHome Magazine or watched her on season six of Food Network’s Guy’s Grocery Games. This weekend’s pop-up event consisted of a six-course food and three-course … Continue reading Chef Mitzi Jackson’s Twist on the Philadelphia Food Scene
-Joei DeCarlo Craft Hospitality in conjunction with Travis Manion Foundation brought Margarita Rumble to Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon for a tequila-filled fiesta! Sixteen restaurants and bars gathered at The Piazza at Schmidt’s Commons in Northern Liberties to find out which would be given the title of Best Margarita in Philly. Attendees received a wooden token upon entry and were able to vote for their favorite. … Continue reading Margarita Rumble: A Showdown for the Best of the Best!
By: Joei DeCarlo On Saturday, April 28, 2018 you can enjoy margaritas from many of the city’s bars and restaurants as they compete for the title of “Best Margarita in Philly”. Sponsored by Don Julio Tequila, Margarita Rumble is an event celebrating the best margaritas Philly has to offer. Some of the many competitors include mixologists from Besito Mexican, Mad Rex, Copabanana, Draught Horse, The … Continue reading Let’s Get Ready to (Margarita) Rumble!
by Geno Thackara It has to be one of the tastiest start-of-spring traditions out there. Since forming in 2014 by the Vintage Syndicate’s Kate Moroney and Panorama co-founder Bill Eccleston, Philly Wine Week has offered a deliciously sweet (and/or dry) way to mark the season for connoisseurs and amateurs alike. The fifth annual festival’s delightful pop-off at Cescaphe’s Vie on North Broad Street was well … Continue reading Philly Wine Week Pops Off to a Delicious Start
by Joei DeCarlo The Reading Terminal Market (RTM) located at 12th & Arch Streets in Center City has been a source of local goods and produce since 1893. The Market is located in a National Historic Landmark building and offers patrons a variety of items ranging from fresh fruit and produce to table linens, desserts, flowers, meats and fish. This nonprofit’s mission is to provide … Continue reading Celebrate Reading Terminal Market’s 125th Birthday with a Year-Long Lineup of Events!
If you have tickets to any of the 2017-2018 season of Broadway musicals at the Kimmel Center, you’ll be able to purchase a cocktail inspired by each show! The bartenders at Jose Garces’ Volvér, the Kimmel Center’s in-house restaurant, have created an entire menu of themed cocktails to toast this amazing season. Here are the recipes for the cocktails that represent show! Kinky Boots – “The … Continue reading Broadway-Themed Cocktails at the Kimmel Center
-Dominique Verrecchio Are you a survivor? That’s the question that Mad Rex, the world’s first post-apocalyptic-themed restaurant (1000 Frankford Ave), is asking. From the mind of Pavel Rathousky, the restaurant is equipped with fire breathers, servers in apocalypse themed attire and a giant graffiti helicopter hanging above the DJ both. The cocktails were incredibly refreshing and served in awesome glasses…mine had a bullet in it! I would definitely … Continue reading Be A Survivor at Mad Rex
We’re excited to announce that the SugarHouse Casino’s Fishtown Hops beer garden graces the cover of our latest issue. Each summer, we compile a list of what’s happening in our city, near our city, and what to look forward to in the next few months. We call them our “hot spots”. You can find the entire list here. Along with Fishtown Hops where you can … Continue reading What’s on at SugarHouse Casino