The Philly Mag 50: Restaurants 21 to 50

41. Honey’s
41. Honey’s
Honeyís gets props for taking a funky idea and pulling it off well. The result is a NoLibs mishmash of a dining room whose menu items are born from the odd place where Southern and Jewish genres intersect. While the food on occasion is diner-like messy, itís never sloppy: The turkey on that Reuben is house-roasted and juicy, and the side slaws are more vinegar than mayo-based.



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