Sydney McElweePhiladelphia Staff Writer
Sydney grew up outside of Philadelphia, went to college in Nashville, and then moved to New York City to be an art director at either a large advertising agency or a sweatshop. From what she’s told us, we’re still unclear. After four years of failing to convince herself that her Big Pharma clients were good people deep, deep down, she left the industry to launch The Infatuation in Philadelphia. Contrary to what you may expect, she does not have a strong opinion on cheesesteaks or Allen Iverson. She hopes these confessions don’t ruin her credibility with her Philly audience.
A Guide To Philly’s “Super Cute Reasonably Priced Restaurants To Catch Up With A Few Friends”
A Guide To Philly’s “Super Cute Reasona...
There’s a type of place we get asked about a lot: the Super Cute Reasonably Priced Restaurant To Catch Up With A Few Friends. Here are 16 of to try.
Lolita is a small Mexican spot in Midtown Village where you can split some solid tacos and a few margaritas with some friends.
Aether is a seafood restaurant in Fishtown that has a solid raw bar and wine list.
The new restaurant openings you should know about.
Pod in West Philly looks like the inside of a spaceship and serves a mix of Chinese and Japanese dishes.
The Philadelphia Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Hit List: The Best New...
The best new restaurants in Philly.
Alpen Rose is a small steakhouse in Midtown Village that looks like the inside of a treasure chest or a retired Harvard professor’s personal library.
Pizzeria Beddia is a sit-down pizza spot in Fishtown with arguably the best pizza in the city, plus a natural wine list and soft serve ice cream.
Fiore is an attractive all-day, Italian place that’s good for sharing some pasta and a bottle of wine with a friend.
Townsend is a little French place in East Passyunk that’s perfect for a fourth or 15th date.
There are a lot of places you could watch sports that aren’t your living room, but these are our favorites.