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Ding Feng Tang
Foobooz

Ding Feng Tang: Where Dumplings Are the Stars, But Variety Steals the Show

Ding Feng Tang is never really quiet. Slow, sure. On Sunday afternoons and Wednesdays between shifts, maybe. There are days and hours where everything downshifts […]

City Life

Other Than a Sixers Arena, What Would You Build at Market East?

Should the proposed 76 Place arena move forward? While many in the city say “yes,” many also say “no,” and several dozen of those got […]

City Life

Philly Today: Plan For Capping Vine Street Expressway Falls Into Place

        Check phillymag.com each morning Monday through Thursday for the latest edition of Philly Today. And if you have a news tip […]

Foobooz

Where to Eat in Chinatown

There are so many good restaurants in Chinatown that it’s easy to feel like a tiny child in a giant candy shop, trying to choose […]

City Life

The Battle for 76 Place: One Year Later, Where Things Stand With the Sixers’ Controversial Arena Project

“Holy shit, this is what I’m building.” David Adelman and I are walking around outside TD Garden before the May 9th ­Sixers-Celtics playoff game. The […]

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City Life

On 76ers Arena, We Shouldn’t Rush “the Process”

Full disclosure: I’m not a fan of the proposed 76ers arena in Center City. There’s a deeply reported history of such venues negatively impacting diverse […]

City Life

Inside David Adelman’s Controversial Plan to Bring the Sixers to Center City

On a Monday afternoon in October, David Adelman stands at the corner of 11th and Market streets, imagining an alternate universe. He points across the […]

City Life

Hop Sing Laundromat’s Lê on His Ban List, Jack Nicholson, and the Key to His Success

Ten years ago this May, the mononymous man of mystery debuted Hop Sing Laundromat, the most talked-about cocktail spot in the city. Here, he pours […]

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Foobooz

My Friends Refuse to Eat in Chinatown Due to Coronavirus — and They’re Not the Only Ones

I was supposed to go to dinner in Philly’s Chinatown with a group of 10 tonight. But now that’s not happening. Why? You can blame […]

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Foobooz

Eat Here Now: Hakka Beef House

We here at Foobooz are always interested in what Philly’s best chefs are eating. So when Ange Branca, chef-owner at South Philly’s Saté Kampar, posted about Hakka […]

Foobooz

11 Cold Treats in Philly That Are Better Than Water Ice

It’s summer and it is hot. The easiest thing for any of us ink-stained food monkeys to do in such a situation is to throw […]

Property

Living in Chinatown: A Neighborhood Guide

We know exactly when Philadelphia’s Chinatown was born. The year was 1871, when an immigrant named Lee Fong opened a laundry at 913 Race St. […]

Foobooz

Where to Eat This Weekend: Let’s All Go to Chinatown

It feels like that kind of weekend, doesn’t it? All of us at Foobooz World HQ think so. There’s just something in the air (or […]

Foobooz

A Room With A View: Dae Bak Reviewed

On a steamy Wednesday afternoon, I eat steamed mandoo dumplings with metal chopsticks and pork soondubu with a raw egg bobbing in the center, poaching […]

Foobooz

12 Restaurants You’ll Actually Enjoy Dining at With Your Kids

Going out to eat with the entire family can be tough. High chairs, crayons, mac-and-cheese–these seem to be the hallmarks of what most people look […]