This 75,000-square-foot collection of food, craft, and houseware stalls opened in 1892 as a covered market on the street level of the great Reading Terminal....more
You can get a mean eggs-over-easy breakfast and robust homemade soups at this idiosyncratic luncheonette, but sandwiches are the main attraction: Try a mound of...more
Unlike much of the country's recent crop of "gastropubs"—which are often just casual restaurants with an ambitious chef, Standard Tap is the genuine...more
Squeezed into three adjacent Victorian row houses on one of the most enduringly charming streets in University City, the White Dog is an institution. Owner Judy...more
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