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Our Restaurant Critic’s Hands-Down Favorite Meals of 2019
Philly Mag restaurant critic Jason Sheehan recaps his favorite food moments of the last year.
Night and Day: K’Far Cafe Reviewed
Camille Cogswell brings her culinary talents and vision to Rittenhouse.
A Return to Roots: Forsythia Reviewed
Chris Kearse closed his groundbreaking BYO, Will. Forsythia is his second act.
Meanwhile, Back On Earth: Vernick Fish Reviewed
Greg Vernick used to work under Jean-Georges. Now he’s doing it again.
Sneak Preview: December Classes at COOK
Tickets go on sale November 6th at noon.
Top of the World: Jean-Georges Philadelphia Reviewed
Jean-Georges is one of the most anticipated restaurants ever to open in Philly. Was it worth the wait?
The Last Thing South Philly Needs Is Another Pizzeria. Good Thing Stina Isn’t One.
Sneak Preview: November Classes at COOK
Make your plans right here.
A Fresh Start: Stella in New Hope Reviewed
The New Hope restaurant isn’t going to revivify the Garces brand, but it isn’t really built for that.
Going to Grandma’s House: Elwood Reviewed
Elwood is chef Adam Diltz’s love letter to Pennsylvania’s historic cuisine.
Sneak Preview: October Classes at COOK
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, September 4th, at 2 p.m.
Chasing Perfect: Hiroki Reviewed
Hiroki is just another fancy omakase restaurant in a world already full of them ... right?
Sneak Preview: September Classes at COOK
Tickets go on sale Friday at 2 p.m.
Through the Locked Door: Alpen Rose Reviewed
Alpen Rose is the city’s newest steakhouse. Except it isn’t really a steakhouse at all.
Sneak Preview: August Classes at COOK
Tickets go on sale this Thursday, April 11th, and 2 p.m.