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One of the advantages to the current economic downturn is that many cultural organizations were forced to really get creative and think outside the box this year. The result: innovative...Read More
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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the terms Philadelphia restaurants and Philadelphia guide? Where to eat and what to do, right? Well when it comes to Philadelphia restaurants and Philadelphia guide, no one can help you choose a great spot to eat and where to spend your free time than we can. Even if you’ve lived in or around Philly your whole life, you still won’t know of ALL the great Philadelphia restaurants and festivals and so on that are available to you. The good news you don’t need to know. That’s where we come in. Our team of writers and reviewers take all the guesswork out so you’ll know exactly where to eat and what to do following that fabulous meal.
Fino's Fairs and Festivals
Mike Fino is a contributing writer here at Philly2Philly.com and the creator of the new column, Fino’s Fairs & Festivals. Whether he is eating a funnel cake, catching a live show or examining art, he does it all for you.
Mike comes to Philly2Philly.com offering a fresh perspective on the City of Brotherly Love with his unique flair; an unparalleled passion for working with the public and the media; the ability to research, investigate, and ask critical questions while interviewing; and several years of professional writing and editing experience.
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1523 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Tuesday - Saturday
Lunch 11:30 - 2pm
Dinner 5:30 - 10pm
Le Bar Lyonnais is open for Happy Hour Tuesday through Saturday 5-7pm.
Get it in while you can; the word around town is that iconic Philadelphia restaurant Le Bec Fin will serve its final meal June 11, 2011. For the past 40 years, Le Bec Fin has been the very definition of fine dining in Philadelphia, and is arguably responsible for the food scene as we know it today. Forever known for its elegant atmosphere, beautiful design and spectacular food, Le Bec Fin will leave a legacy as high as the standards it set for the past four decades. I paid my respects recently with a dinner at Le Bar Lyonnais, the bar that sits beneath but shares a kitchen with Le Bec Fin. Le...Read More