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Aye, There’s the Rub

Brian Freedman finds Parkside’s Le Cochon Noir makes a convincing case for dry-rub ribs. Order a third of a rack of pork ribs and you’ll […]

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Innovative Menu at Doma

Brian Freedman finds that Doma at 18th and Callowhill is not your run-of-the-mill Japanese/Korean restaurant. Stuffed jalapeño tempura was a highlight, despite my resistance to […]

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Olive Skewered

Brian Freedman takes Olive on 3rd to task for its lack of flavor, focus and service. Shrimp scampi over linguine missed by every metric possible. […]

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Loving the Love Burger

Straight forward burgers, crab rolls and Bassets milk shakers are done well at Frog Burger but there is one item on the menu by which […]

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Glamorous Eating at Tweed

Brian Freedman really likes Tweed, a restaurant that makes “fresh and local” more than a buzz phrase and turns it into an exciting addition to […]

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Muntin Shows Promise

Excellent scallion pancakes, squid served whole and the Love Roll, a stand-out sushi roll are all reasons that Brian Freedman is rooting for Muntin on […]

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Munk Dunked

It’s a real-life Kitchen Nightmares episode as Brian Freedman checks out Manayunk’s  Munk & Nunn. Sadly, despite all the work on the space and on […]

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Satisfied at Kraftwork

Brian Freedman chows down at Kraftwork and finds the simplest bites to be the best. Executive Chef Michael N. Thomas assembled a sort of über-soup […]

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The Updated Twenty Manning Grill

Brian Freedman checks in at the more comfortable, relaxed and approachable Twenty Manning Grill and finds it truly has transformed. House-cured and -smoked Virginia trout was […]

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PW’s Loss is City Paper’s Gain

Philadelphia Weekly reviewer Adam Erace will be replacing Trey Popp as restaurant reviewer at City Paper. Popp has moved on to Philadelphia Magazine. Brian Freedman […]