Five Reasons to Ring in the New Year in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has spent so many years in the shadow of New York’s ball drop and Macy’s fireworks, few people realize just how many amazing ways there are to celebrate the new year in Philadelphia. Don’t believe us? Check out the only-in-Philly NYE and NYD experiences below. 1. Black-Tie Parties Philadelphians are all about the galas

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The Best Restaurants in Philadelphia to Try Now

When it comes to restaurants in Philadelphia, there’s no shortage of options, from the very high-end to the incredibly inventive. But if you’re only in town for a short while, these handful of recommendations will ensure that you eat well enough in the City of Brotherly love to want to return again.   Parc Brasserie

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The Rittenhouse Guide to Rittenhouse Square

Discover all the things to do in Rittenhouse Square, one of Philadelphia’s most popular town squares. The picturesque streets surrounding the park are home to The Rittenhouse Hotel, our luxurious Rittenhouse Spa & Club, amazing restaurants, world-class shopping, and more. Art & Culture You don’t need to visit a museum to take in art and

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Discovering Philly: The Delaware River Waterfront

Discover some of the best free things to do in Philadelphia on the Delaware River Waterfront. In recent years, the waterfront has been transformed into a vibrant destination that’s home to recreational and cultural activities for residents and visitors alike. Here are some of our favorite things to do this summer by the water. Go

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Sip & Savor: Our Top 5 Picks For Outdoor Brunch in Philadelphia

Now that the weather’s warming up, brunch season is back in full force. Philly boasts its fair share of culinary contributions — we’re talking about you, cheeesteak — but the city also offers some fantastic brunch destinations. If you’re in the mood for a blissful brunch in the sun, check out our picks for the

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The Rittenhouse Guide to Your First Time in Philly

The first UNESCO World Heritage City in the USA, Philadelphia has plenty to offer. “The City of Brotherly Love” is home to all the bustle and star attractions of a big city, while retaining an inviting small-town charm. If you’re visiting for the first time, you might not know where to begin. Check out our

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The Best Shopping in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square

Rittenhouse Square isn’t just one of Philadelphia’s loveliest parks — it’s also home to some of the city’s best shopping. Known as Rittenhouse Row, the area’s lively sidewalks are full of small boutiques, designer shops, and big-name stores. If you’re planning a Philadelphia shopping spree, then this neighborhood should definitely be on your list. Check

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How To: Keep Your Health Goals on Track in 2019

As the year progresses, it starts to become more and more difficult to stick to the health and wellness goals you were once so optimistic about. While there is no single solution to staying on track with your healthy new year’s resolutions, there are some simple steps you can take to stay motivated and enthusiastic

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Family Things to Do in Philadelphia – World Meeting of Families

Bring the kids and plan to stay the whole week for the 2015 World Meeting of Families, one of the top family things to do in Philadelphia this year. Taking place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center and at sites around the city from September 22 through 27, this religious conference features over a hundred youth

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Best Hotel Restaurants

Readers of USA Today and 10Best voted on the country’s “Best Hotel Restaurants”, and Lacroix at The Rittenhouse made the prestigious top ten names across the nation. Coming in at #5, here is our raving review: “Chef Jon Cichon calls his cuisine “Progressive International,” but basically he applies classical technique of the finest French and

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