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FroYo, Donuts and Dosas to Replace Church on 40th Street

The Fortieth Street M.E. Church at 4oth and Sansom is slated to be torn down to make way for a contemporary glass-front retail space that will include Dunkin’ Donuts, Whirled Peace Frozen Yogurt and Philadelphia Chutney Company. A fourth space has not been spoken for yet.

The demolition seems to be an issue for some and the church has been slated to come down several times before but it is still standing there vacant.

New retail and dining options to replace church on Sansom Street [Daily Pennsylvanian]

Around the Web: Burgers, Korean Tacos & Improving Dosas

Burger at Kennett | Philly Phoodie

We’ve been hearing a growing buzz regarding the burger at Kennett. It certainly has one Philly Phoodie’s heart. [Philly Phoodie]

We weren’t the only people racing out to check out Le Pain Quotidien, Living on the Vedge excitedly tried out the new bakery. [Living on the Vedge]

Fries with that Shake celebrates praises happy hour at Teri’s where the canned beer is dirt cheap and so are the tater tots. [Fries with that Shake]

Row Home Eats ventures out for New Wave Cafe. No not the Queen Village bar but rather the authentic Polish restaurant on Allegheny Avenue. [Row Home Eats]

Affordable Korean tacos are on the menu at Bossäm Bar on the 700 block of Sansom Street. [Midtown Lunch]

We’ve been meaning to get back to Zama for awhile now. Maybe Philly Food & Drink’s description of the “Super Crunchy Maki” will invigorate us. [Philly Food & Drink]

Living on the Vedge revisits Philadelphia Chutney Co. and finds that it has gotten better each time she visits. A sentiment we echo as we have found the chutneys and overall flavor has been dialed up. [Living on the Vedge]

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