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Pentridge Station, Dahlak’s Family Friendly Beer Garden, Makes Plans in West Philly

The family behind Baltimore Avenue’s Eritrean restaurant and bar Dahlak is working with a neighborhood-based developer to open Pentridge Station, a family-friendly pop-up beer garden […]

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African Restaurants and Food in Philadelphia

There are no two ways about it: African food is tough on dilettantes. It’ll confront you with vegetables you’ve never heard of, meat that runs […]

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Tale of the Tape: Center for Culinary Enterprises

The Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises, the new food incubator from the Enterprise Center, was ceremonially opened just last week at 48th and […]

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Roti, Crespelle, and Other Crepe-Like Objects

Researching for our Foobooz Six Pack on crepes in Philadelphia got us thinking about other thin pancake-like dishes that we’ve seen around town. From Italian, […]

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International Food Around Philadelphia

View The World on Your Doorstep in a larger map In the magazine’s January issue on food neighborhoods we also highlight neighborhoods in Philadelphia for […]

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Kaffa Crossing

Brian Freedman hits another ethnic restaurant, this time it’s Kaffa Crossing, an Ethiopian spot in West Philadelphia where the injera is the thing. The backbone […]

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Ethiopian At Kaffa Crossing

Craig LaBan discovers a coffee shop where home-spun Ethiopian food is the star. Kaffa Crossing in West Philadelphia is a hit for the 7,000 Ethiopians […]