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La Viola Ouest

In Foodsday Tuesday Phillyist gives out the love to La Viola’s sibling, La Viola Ouest. La Viola Ouest is the relatively recently opened western branch […]

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Citygrange Puzzles

Photo by Ryan Charles Kirsten Henri takes on Citygrange, a hotel restaurant that promises much more than it delivers. Then there’s that great middle ground […]

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Philadelphia’s Only Burmese Restaurant

Rick Nichols visits the family-run Rangoon , Philadelphia’s only Burmese restaurant and finds that the news of protests from back home weigh heavily. For close […]

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Checking Out The Belgian Cafe

Photo by Ryan Charles McDuff’s Food & Wine Trail checks out the beer and food at the Belgian Cafe in Fairmount. At the moment, the […]

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Silk City Lives Again

Photo by Ryan Charles Adam Erace dines at the soap opera that is the Silk City Diner and finds that despite the kitchen drama, the […]

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Talula’s Table

Craig LaBan doesn’t give out any bells to Talula’s Table but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t one of his favorite meals of the year. Instead […]

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Brunch At Ms. Tootsie’s

Trey Popp eschews the normal brunch spots to dine on fine southern cooking at Ms. Tootsie’s on South Street. It would be hard to best […]

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Enjoying Dmitri’s

Foodaphilia visits and photographs one of her favorite spots in Philadelphia, Dmitri’s. Dimitri’s is an affordable way to sample some of the finest seafood in […]

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Tasting Cuba At Cuba Libre

Phillyist checks out Cuba Libre’s “15 Tastes of Cuba” tasting menu and they break down all 15 courses, including the bread basket. The tasting menu […]

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Salento Is “Endearing”

Kirsten Henri may be suffering from Italian BYOB overload but there’s no denying Salento’s charms. A special of homemade ravioli stuffed with ground veal is […]

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Brunch At The Belgian Cafe

Phillyist is among the first to check out brunch at the Belgian Cafe a couple of Sundays ago. And there’s plenty to look forward to, […]

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Salento

Photo by Ryan Charles Craig LaBan reviews Salento, the newish Italian BYOB at 23rd and Walnut. He finds Salento a “worthy addition” to the crowded […]

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Solid But Unspectacular Trio

Trey Popp gives a history lesson on Asian-fusion cuisine that seems a bit more interesting than his meals at Fairmount’s Trio. There are two ways […]

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Colonial Power

Kirsten Henri reviews one of Philadelphia’s true tourist traps, the City Tavern. And surprise, surprise, the German based menu is pretty good. Just don’t let […]

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Restaurant Week at Mantra

Mac & Cheese braves restaurant week as a vegetarian choosing to dine at Mantra. The food at Mantra is nothing extraordinary, and it will not […]