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Chris Kearse’s Forsythia

Chris Kearse kicks a whole lot of ass for a whole lot of reasons, but one of the best things about him is the deep […]

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A Return to Roots: Forsythia Reviewed

A French omelet is one of the world’s most perfect foods: comforting, simple, yet requiring a rigorous technique to do properly. Everyone who eats seriously […]

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First Look: Forsythia, Chris Kearse’s New French Restaurant in Old City

Chris Kearse took his time. Seven years, he owned and operated Will, a darling French restaurant on East Passyunk Avenue — a BYOB timed perfectly to our […]

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Will BYOB in East Passyunk Is Closing for Good

Chris Kearse, the chef and owner of Will BYOB, is opening a restaurant in Old City. Forsythia will take over the former Capofitto space at 233 […]

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Mother’s Day Takeout Options, Because Loving Your Mom Isn’t Cancelled

Mother’s Day is usually a springtime excuse for brunch, pastries, time with your family, and maybe a mimosa or two. Now, we’re facing another day […]

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Where To Order Your Easter Meal for Takeout and Delivery

There may not be in-person church services or mimosa-soaked Easter brunches at your neighborhood restaurants this year, but there can still be a classic lamb […]

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Leda and the Swan, the Midtown Village Cocktail Bar, Marks Its Comeback

Summer might be winding down, but we’ve still got lots of action happening in the scene — everything from a French disco anniversary party to […]

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Sneak Preview: August Classes at COOK

COOK is about to release their August class schedule. But loyal Foobooz readers get to take a peek a day early to plan out which […]

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French Restaurants in Philly: The Ultimate Guide

It used to be that nearly every fancy restaurant in the U.S. was French, but these days, we’re just as likely to splash out on […]

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Chris Kearse’s Potato Soup for the Socially Distanced Soul

As coronavirus spreads, restaurants are pivoting to takeout and delivery, relying on gift cards to serve essentially as micro-loans, and shutting down completely. In lieu […]