The Farmers’ Cabinet serves up quality food amidst rustic elegance.
Dutch Eating Place serves up no–fuss food for cheap.
The Farm and the Fisherman offers a classy way to show you care.
- Newly rechristened in honor of the late Anne d’Harnoncourt, the PMA’s sculpture garden adds additions to its urban sanctuary.Two years ago, the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s beloved and renowned director and chief executive, Anne d’Harnoncourt, died of a cardiac arrest at age 64.
With the man who is all up in their business.
- The Reading Terminal Market has some of the most satisfying lunch options in the city, and certainly the most varied under one roof.
- The website for Tweed proclaims that the new restaurant is “much like it’s name.” To restaurateur Edward Bianchini’s credit, the experience is, as the website’s predicted manifestation of the fabric, one of “leisure and sophistication.” But consider what the unofficial uniform of British landed gentry is not: tweed is not sexy, sensual, exotic, avant garde, or particularly memorable.