Dining & Entertainment · What's on Philadelphia

Vegan delights at The Greyhound Cafe

Dinner with friends on a Friday night, with good wine and food, is one of life’s most simple and beautiful pleasures. Conversing over apps, sipping on chilled Pinot Grigio, while comparing stories from college nights out – there’s simply nothing better. The coziness-level of these nights is only amplified and that much better (to me…… Continue reading Vegan delights at The Greyhound Cafe

Dining & Entertainment

Summer Brunch Cocktail Recipes with Fine Wine & Good Spirits

Positive Publicity is teaming up again with Fine Wine and Good Spirits for another cocktail recipe post! We’ve chatted with FW&GS in the past about cozy cocktails during the winter months, but now we’re diving into sips for summer. As the weather warms up and the sun peaks out, Saturdays and Sundays mean one thing…… Continue reading Summer Brunch Cocktail Recipes with Fine Wine & Good Spirits

Dining & Entertainment · What's on Philadelphia

New Philly Brunch Spot: Trattoria Carina

If an Italian brunch in a quaint cafe located close to Rittenhouse is what you were looking for, then WOW Philadelphia, you are in LUCK. Located on 22nd and Spruce, Trattoria Carina is a casual neighborhood restaurant, whose name means “Little Darling” in Italian. It’s a little slice of Europe on a cozy, Philly corner.…… Continue reading New Philly Brunch Spot: Trattoria Carina

Dining & Entertainment · What's on Philadelphia

Tea at FRIEDA for generations

FRIEDA for generations has been on my Philly bucket list for some time now. So when I received an invitation to their tea, I was BEYOND thrilled.  My pal Jaime and I met on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, excited for the prospect of enjoying a cafe neither of us had been to before. Located in…… Continue reading Tea at FRIEDA for generations

Dining & Entertainment · What's on Philadelphia

New Kid on the Block: Middle Child

Seeking an old-school, Philly diner experience? Or maybe you want to be surrounded by classic Eagles kelly green decor (who doesn’t)? Then it’s time to head to Middle Child in Washington Square. Inspired by classic diners and delis, the newly opened Middle Child serves up breakfast and lunch and brews up one of my favorites,…… Continue reading New Kid on the Block: Middle Child

Dining & Entertainment · What's on Philadelphia

Updated Philadelphia Brunch Guide

So I’ve been saying in some of my recent blog posts that I wanted to do an updated Philly brunch guide. There’s an older Philly brunch guide lurking around on the blog and I’ve mentioned some of my favorite Philly brunch spots here, but I wanted to do a brand new one! So cozy up…… Continue reading Updated Philadelphia Brunch Guide

Dining & Entertainment · Philly Finds · What's on Philadelphia

Philly Finds Vol. 2

Hellooooo everyone, and welcome back to the second edition of Philly Finds! It’s been two days since Thanksgiving and all I’ve done is slept, eaten and caught up with my favorite YouTubers and bloggers (not that I’m complaining one bit). But I thought it might be a good idea to be just a bit productive…… Continue reading Philly Finds Vol. 2

Philly Finds · What's on Philadelphia

New Blog Series: Philly Finds

I want to try out a new series here on Positive Publicity called Philly Finds. Unlike Links I’m Loving, Philly Finds will focus on just things around Philadelphia I’ve recently checked out or am looking forward to. Enjoy! Wm. Mulherin’s Sons – This Fishtown Italian-influenced restaurant isn’t so much of a new find, as it’s…… Continue reading New Blog Series: Philly Finds

Dining & Entertainment · What's on Philadelphia

Out-of-Town Philly Food Guide

I was recently having dinner with my foodie friend Sally at Tinto’s in Rittenhouse (great happy hour BTW). We talked about Philly’s amazing food scene and all of the restaurants we love, and the ones we still need to go to. From Italian dinner hot spots, to coffee shops and brunch spots, we could have talked about…… Continue reading Out-of-Town Philly Food Guide

Abroad & Travels

Autumn in New England

Sometimes all it takes to feel recharged is a weekend away with friends, which is exactly what happened this past weekend. My friends Grace and Rebecca, and myself, headed up to Old Saybrook, Connecticut to visit their families (thank you Karen for having us!) and to have a quintessential New England weekend. The autumn season always gives…… Continue reading Autumn in New England