Jason Sheehan

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Sneak Preview: COOK’s June Class Schedule

Tickets go on sale Tuesday at noon, but you get an early look.

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Uptown Beer Garden Opens for the Season

They could not have picked a better time to open.

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The Zen of Fried Chicken: Redcrest Reviewed

Chef Adam Volk has brought fried chicken to the heart of East Passyunk. It’s about time.

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Brave New World: Pizza Gutt Reviewed

I’m pretty sure this is the first time I’ve reviewed a restaurant that kinda … isn’t one.

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Tomorrow’s Breakfast Today: Middle Child Reviewed

Middle Child is a vision of the new neighborhood luncheonette.

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Sneak Preview: COOK’s May Classes

Tickets go on sale Monday, April 9, at 2 p.m.

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Where There’s Smoke: Mike’s BBQ Reviewed

In a town that doesn’t take BBQ seriously, Mike Strauss does.

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Twenty Years Later: Vetri Cucina Reviewed

Marc Vetri redefined the boundaries of fine dining and Italian cuisine in Philadelphia. But as his namesake restaurant marks two decades, does it still deliver?

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Sneak Preview: COOK’s April Class Schedule

Tickets go on sale this Sunday at 2pm. But you can get an early look right here.

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Restaurants and Bars Open in Philly During Winter Storm Quinn

Philadelphia is getting one last (?) snow this winter. Here’s how to keep track of which restaurants and bars are holding it down during this week’s snowstorm.

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Where to Eat in Philly This Weekend

Five must-try restaurants for your most important eating days of the week.

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Restaurant Review: Danlu

I don’t trust pretty restaurants, but Danlu has the heart of a hole-in-the-wall.

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Where to Eat This Weekend: Somewhere Comfortable

It’s been a weird week. From hummus to Korean stew to French rabbit, we all deserve a little bit of comfort.

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What to Eat This Weekend: Steaks, Lobsters and Ice Cream

Let’s indulge while we can — before the weather or the world chases us all back indoors again.

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Restaurant Review: Oloroso

Once upon a time, chef Townsend Wentz had a dream of opening a little tapas bar in Center City. Here’s what happened when he woke up.