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Best Restaurants in Philadelphia

Philadelphia loves to eat, but it's not all sandwiches. The dining scene has matured considerably. Here are nine of our latest restaurant recommendations.

Five of the World’s Eeriest Destinations

Sighisoara: Where better to spend Halloween than the birthplace of Dracula himself?...

Sincere Hospitality at The Rittenhouse Hotel

Although it is one of the country's most historic cities, Philadelphia tends to be overshadowed by the nearby skyscrapers of Manhattan and the monuments of Washington, D.C. Nor has its reputation been enhanced by Hollywood, which generally portrays Philadelphia as gritty (as in "Rocky") or grim (as in "The Sixth Sense"). This isn't fair to the charming and pedestrian-friendly Philadelphia of today.

Philadelphia Dining: A Lively Restaurant Scene

Philadelphia has more notoriety for a certain sandwich than fame for fine dining, but in fact, its restaurants exhibit impressive creativity and sophistication. In the past, we've enjoyed marvelous meals at the likes of Vetri and Amada, and our recent stay included a veritable parade of delicious cuisine.

September 2012 Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report: Sea Cloud II, Amanruya and Rittenhouse Hotel

The September issue of Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report focuses on Mr. Harper's recent Aegean cruise on board the three-masted yacht Sea Clou

Philadelphia: The Dazzling New Barnes Foundation

Our return visit to Philadelphia had been inspired by the newly opened Barnes Foundation, crowning the museum- lined Benjamin Franklin Parkway.