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  • Alcohol: BYOB
  • Meals Served: Brunch, Dinner
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  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Tue - Thu: 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm; Fri: 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm; Sat: 9:30 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm; Sun: 9:30 am - 2:00 pm

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Eat Junto’s Best of Philly Winning Fish for a Good Cause

Junto's smoked sturgeon

Junto’s smoked sturgeon

The August full moon is known as a “Sturgeon Moon” as historically native Americans found it the best time to catch sturgeon in the Great Lakes and on Lake Champlain.

And now, MacGregor Mann of Junto will be donating a portion of each Best of Philly winning sturgeon dish sold to the Delaware Riverkeeper Network.

The sustainable-farm raised sturgeon dish is smoked on Alder wood with romanesco, fermented celery root, watercress, lemon verbena and white wine emulsion. The dish at the Chaddsford restaurant is $30.

Atlantic sturgeon were once plentiful on the Delaware River, although now less than 300 spawning adults from the Delaware River’s distinct genetic line of Atlantic sturgeon remain. Learn more about Atlantic sturgeon here.

The donation will continue as long as the sturgeon dish is on the menu, which hopefully isn't going anywhere.

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Aged Duck Tasting Menu At Junto


This weekend, Junto in Chadds Ford is serving up a four-course whole duck tasting menu. And while it will always be focused on showcasing the aged ducks at the center of the plate, the kitchen will be varying the menu each night.

The menu is $50 per person and designed for two people. If there are more than two guests, the restaurant recommends some accompanying dishes. And remember: Junto is BYOB, so plan ahead.

You can make your reservations by calling the restaurant at 484-574-8041. The menu will be available until Sunday night.

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Best Restaurants of the Philadelphia Suburbs


A recent dish at Conshohocken’s Blackfish | Photo via Blackfish

In years past, there always seemed to be a few suburban spots we could depend on to crack our list of the best restaurants in Philly—places that were worth the drive and the time it took to step outside the echo chamber of Philly’s urban restaurant scene.

This year, though, was tougher. We lost a couple places that were always solid, saw some brave, pioneering chefs looking outside the more traditional restaurant neighborhoods, and decided that while not really strong enough yet to deserve a full list of its own, the suburban scene was sufficiently interesting to stand slightly apart from the main catalog of the 50 Best Restaurants.

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