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Caribbean Food in Philly: The Ultimate Guide

At Freddy and Tony’s one night, a customer leaving the crowded Dominican restaurant in Fairhill turned to a man plopping carne frita into a to-go […]

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Where We’re Eating: The Upper Darby Coffee Shop

NEW You probably don’t have much reason to visit Upper Darby, but it continues to make me happy on the ethnic food front, from the […]

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Caribbean Flavors are Headed to University City

Expected to open in July 2014, 48th Street Grille will bring flavorful Caribbean and American inspired food to University City. Chef Carl Lewis hopes to give […]

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Caribbean Cuisine Week Raises Money for Penn Relays Athletes

The Penn Relays are the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States, hosted annually by the University of Pennsylvania at Franklin […]

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New Chef & Menu at Rum Bar

Rum Bar has brought in a new chef and a new menu at the Walnut Street bar and restaurant. Executive chef Luis Lara aims to […]

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El Cafeito is a Rose on Cecil B. Moore

Rick Nichols visits El Cafeito, the Puerto Rican cafe at the unlikely corner of 3rd and Cecil B. Moore. [T]he cafe has still planted a […]

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Specialties of Trinidad in Chestnut Hill

Rick Nichols visits Calypso, a stand at the Chestnut Hill Farmers Market that features tastes of Trinidad that wistfully reminds ex-pats of home and even […]

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Super-Thrifty Summer Drinking and Eating Deals

As restaurants and bars continue to roll out creative recession deals, we’ve rounded up some high-end places with unbelievably low-priced drink specials and cheap eats […]

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Irie Grill Is Going Places

Adam Erace’s review today doesn’t come with an address. It doesn’t even come with tables or chairs. That’s because today Erace reviews Irie Caribbean Grill, […]

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Jamaican Me Hungry

Rick Nichols tells the story of Dave Dawes, owner of Jamaican D’s a lunch truck and a cafe in Germantown that serves up real Jamaican […]

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Festivities

We don’t think food reviewers should only cover restaurants that have coat checks and good stemware but why cover a place that doesn’t seem to […]

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Rum Bar Starts Brunch This Weekend

The Rum Bar on Walnut Street is going to be offering brunch Saturdays and Sundays with a bit of a Caribbean bend. Waffle with Mango […]