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Musi’s menu ventures somewhere in between the familiar and the unknown, with dishes like kreplach stuffed with kale-purslane-cabbage kraut. The restaurant — which chef/owner Ari […]

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Musi Will Take Over South Helm in Pennsport

Ever since the Helm crew brought their concept to Rittenhouse and temporarily closed Pennsport sister restaurant South Helm, we’ve been wondering what might be in store […]

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Musi BYOB in Pennsport Has a Menu and an Opening Date

When chef Ari Miller announced he’d be opening Musi, his own BYO, in Pennsport, it wasn’t exactly clear what kind of food the place would serve. […]

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Pulse: Chatter: Business: Facing the Music

In late September, after almost a decade of running South Street’s Spaceboy Music — and just months after moving it to a new location — […]

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For One of Philly’s Top Chefs, the Secret Ingredient Is Relationships

 Presented with an opportunity to take over a no-frills restaurant space in Pennsport last year, chef Ari Miller saw the possibility within the four […]


Six Takeout Options Perfect for a Delicious, Socially-Distant Fourth of July

Indoor dining is not coming back this weekend, but the 4th of July is here, and with it the desire to get outside, eat, drink […]

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Must-See Theater: “Hair” Revival at the Academy of Music

For years, the musical Hair has seemed liked a dated, time-bottle musical—filled with drugs, hippies, Vietnam, and a Godspell-ian, tribal cast. Opening the same year […]

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Musi, Miller’s neighborhood BYO, has all the expected trappings: It’s charming and delicious, and it offers a menu that changes often and relies heavily on […]

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Primal Supply Is Hosting Some of the City’s Best Chefs for an Intimate Dinner Series

Whole-animal butcher Primal Supply Meats has expanded to a big new headquarters in Brewerytown — and unveiled a schedule of intimate dinners at the space featuring […]

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The Orchestra’s New Music Director Knows a Thing or Two About Business

Yannick Nezet-Seguin has something very much in common with my friend “Andy” from Bristol. Nezet-Seguin is the new music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra, which, […]


Philly Gets Two New Brunches

The latest brunch news Ari Miller’s Musi in Pennsport is adding a brunch service for the first time ever. On Sundays, the “Israeli-ish” BYO will […]


The Foobooz Guide to Super Bowl Takeout

Here at Foobooz, we’re not big football fans. We actually weren’t sure when the Super Bowl was until this morning, but don’t count that against […]

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Stephen Starr Makes a Play on Sports Betting With Rittenhouse Concept

Howdy, buckaroos. Welcome back to the Weekly News Round-Up. Seeing as we’re closing in fast on Valentine’s Day (which, in a normal year, would mark […]

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REVIEW: Matilda: The Musical at the Academy of Music

Is a show like Matilda: The Musical too big to properly tour? That question was definitely on my mind last evening after I left the performance at the […]


a.k.a. music’s Storefront Is For Rent

Fear not, vinyl devotees: Though the space at 27 North Second Street is for rent, a.k.a. music is here to stay. “Nah, we’re not going […]