Philadelphia If there's one thing people from Philly love it's... well, these 24 things... but if we had to pick just one it'd probably be food. Ergo you probably totally love seafood since the word "food" is right in the name! Or at least you will after trying Philly's five best new seafood dishes this weekend...
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Friday, October 17th: Head to Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House for the first night of its annual stone crab season, which means the restaurant gets fresh crab shipped daily from the Keys. Continue Reading
Saturday, October 18th: Here's your chance to hit Reading Terminal Market's Harvest Fest for sweet seasonal eats before scoring some fresh oysters from John Yi Fish Market or trying one of these nine can't-miss dishes.
Monday, October 20th: You can also score oysters at Paris Bistro as part of Le Buck-A-Shuck Lundi, which is a pseudo French way of saying you can get inexpensive top-notch oysters throughout the rest of autumn and into winter.
Ongoing: Abe Fisher has revamped its happy hour menu so now you can save $3 on food, like borscht tartare, and $5 on drinks seven days a week from 5-6pm.
Ongoing: Through the end of October, Isabella in Conshohocken is offering a discounted autumn beer pairing menu, including a $9 dish of mussels teamed with a 10oz of Palm Amber and other Mediterranean-inspired plates.