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Add Some Flavor to Father’s Day This Year

In 2010 Father's day is Sunday, June 20th. Give your dad something delicious this Father’s Day and treat him to a meal at one of these scrumptious restaurants featuring Father’s Day specials. 

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Menu Preview Sampling Offered at Devon Seafood Grill on Rittenhouse Square

One of the nice parts about dining out with a large group of close friends --other than the company, of course-- is that you get to try a number of items off the menu without putting them all on your tab. Another way you can achieve the same effect is to go to a menu preview or pre-fixe dinner. My favorite of those two choices would have to be a menu preview for two important reasons.

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The Hop Stops: McGillin’s Olde Ale House, Nodding Head Brewery and Monk’s Cafe

When drinking in Center City, Rittenhouse Square doesn’t have to be all about high-heels and hi-balls. There’s quite a few down-to-earth pubs and ale houses that feature some of the best beers in town. This week, the Hop Stops makes a visit to McGillin’s Olde Ale House, Nodding Head Brewery and Monk’s Cafe. McGillin's Olde Ale House

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Pennsylvania Ballet Performs Holiday Favorite, George Balanchine's The Nutcracker

The Tree Lighting Ceremony in Rittenhouse Square and the Macy’s Light Show aren’t the only Christmas rituals in which native Philadelphians partake each holiday season.

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Talk Like A Pirate Day

Arrrr there me hearties! Saturday, September 19th is Talk Like a Pirate Day! So, if you’re walking around The City of Brotherly Love and you feel like you’re in a scene from Pirates of the Caribbean, don’t be alarmed. According to talklikeapirate.com it all started on June 6, 1995 when two friends John Baur and Mark Summers were playing racquetball.

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Seafood Unlimited: Small Town Pearl

‘Tis the season. We’re already in the ninth month of the calendar year and even though you should have your Restaurant Week list written (and re-written) out, here’s another eatery you may want to consider when looking to entertain your justifiable desire for above par food.

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Philly July 4th Events

So here’s the deal. It’s finally the long-awaited long weekend of July 4th, and you’re in the city that started it all. So, what are you going to do? Assuming a Southern New Jersey beach isn’t in your near future, America’s birthplace has got you covered all weekend. And for the most part, all events are free.   

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