The newest seats at V Street.
Craig LaBan visited V Street this weekend, three months after Vedge chefs Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby opened their Rittenhouse spot.
Vedge fans can get a more casual, globe-trotting taste of Rich Landau’s culinary magic at this affordable Rittenhouse Square ode to international street foods, which just happens to also be vegan. From Hungarian fritters to Latin-inspired carrot “asado,” borders melt away on these small plates, thanks to Landau’s inventive vision and uniquely wide-ranging command of bold ethnic flavors. The long and minimalist three-room space is an intimate and cozy haven to graze, watch chefs work the grill at the back kitchen counter, or sip an excellent cocktail at the airy front bar while 19th Street strolls by.
Three Bells – Excellent
V Street [Philadelphia Inquirer]
V Street [Foobooz]
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If your stomach is beginning to growl, we’ve got just the fix: Head on over to V Street for some grub—Rich Landau’s vegan Rittenhouse spot starts serving lunch today. A few days ago, our friends over on Foobooz broke the news that the street-food-inspired restaurant, which up until today was dinner-only, would begin serving up all sorts of good stuff for lunch this week, and now the time has finally come.
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There are a lot of ways to battle single degree lows. Burrow under your heaviest comforter and wait for spring. Enjoy a Hot Toddy or whiskey shots. But there’s another way to battle the cold that we’re particularly fond of, DENIAL.
Here are six drinks being poured around town that will take you back (or forward) to summer.
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