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Dock Street Brewery Has a New Side Hustle

Dock Street Brewery is one of those places that never stops pushing. When it first opened in 1985, it was the first brewpub the city’s ever seen, […]

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Rarest Closed Over the Weekend

Anthony Marini was Philly’s first and only winner from CNBC’s Restaurant Startup — basically, Shark Tank for restaurants. The original, winning idea was an all-raw restaurant […]

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Eat Your Veggies at Morgan’s Pier This Summer

This Thursday, April 20th, Morgan’s Pier will open for the 2017 season, and if you’ve been following along, you’ll know the Helm guys — Kevin D’Egidio […]

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Cheu Noodle Bar’s Tiki Night Means Lots of Spam, Loco Moco and Mai Tais

Ben Puchowitz, the chef-half of the Cheu Noodle Bar duo, spent his honeymoon in Hawaii this past winter, and like any good chef, he ate everything he could […]

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This Tiny South Philly Food Cart Specializes in Bangin’ Japanese Curry

Japanese curry is Japanese comfort food. It’s a household staple, a school lunch, a two-punch combo of starch (often rice or noodles) and sauce — rich and […]

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Is a Hotel-Restaurant Revolution Afoot in Philadelphia?

We Philadelphians haven’t had much of a relationship with our hotel restaurants, at least not since the heyday of Fountain at the Four Seasons. Yeah, […]

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Philly’s (and the Country’s) Best Vegan Chefs Are Taking Their Vegetable Wizardry to D.C.

First came Vedge, the fine dining vegetables-only restaurant in a Locust Street brownstone. Then came the more casual V Street, a vegan globetrotter specializing in cocktails and street foods, located […]

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How Fast Can You Shuck An Oyster?

Oyster House’s annual oyster shucking competition has come a long way since its inception eight years ago. The first one was just a small gathering of oyster […]

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Here Are 9 Popular Junk Foods Philly Does Better

There was a time — long before food blogs existed, long before the rise of cheflebrities — when the world assumed kitchen workers ate like royalty at home — […]

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YUM: Michael Solomonov Gets His Very Own Sweetgreen Salad

Look at Sweetgreen, so crafty with ways to make their product — the lowly salad — one of the most exciting foods money can buy. […]

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Michael Solomonov’s Got His Very Own Sweetgreen Salad

Look at Sweetgreen, so crafty with ways to make their product — the lowly salad — one of the most exciting foods money can buy. Besides appealing to youngins […]

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The Fat Ham Returns to Philadelphia for One Night

When Kevin Sbraga closed his Philadelphia restaurants, we lost — among other things — one of the best single dishes in the entire city: Fat Ham’s Nashville hot […]

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Tinto Is Turning Tento

Jose Garces was still just a budding restaurateur in 2007 — a young, ambitious chef aiming to build an empire. He opened Tinto at 20th and Sansom Streets […]

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Sylva Senat’s Maison 208 Is So Close to Opening in Midtown Village

At long last (nearly three years!), Sylva Senat’s new restaurant Maison 208 is almost here. What started as a simple raze-and-rebuild at the corner of 13th […]

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Hey Philly, It’s Time to Hop on the Pizza al Taglio Train

Philly is no stranger to the square pie. I mean, we literally have an award-winning restaurant in Queen Village called Square Pie that specializes in four-cornered […]