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The Revisit: Fond

Every cook loves getting a bigger kitchen, and Lee Styer is no exception. Two-and-a-half years after moving Fond half a block from its original niche […]

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Laurel Goes Exclusively to Tasting Menus

Starting in May, Laurel will be moving to only offering tasting menus. Currently, Nick Elmi’s East Passyunk BYOB offers the option of a la carte […]

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Fond Adds $35 Prix Fixe, Revamps Menus for Winter

Fond on East Passyunk Avenue has updated its menu for winter 2015. Lee Styer and Jesse Prawlucki’s restaurant is now offering a $35 prix fixe […]

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Meritage Names New Chef, Rolls Out New Menu

Meritage at 20th and Lombard has named Paul Gauthier as its new executive chef. Gauthier, who is a Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management graduate […]

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Petit Rôti Brings French Rotisserie to Washington Square West

Chef Olivier Desaintmartin of ZINC and Caribou Cafe has opened Petit Rôti, his French rotisserie at 248 S 11th Street. The restaurant is open seven days a […]

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Full Menu for Girard’s Opening Day

Girard–the new 70-seat, “no-tip” Frenchy BYO brasserie and bruncherie–is opening today. As a matter of fact, it’s open right now. The restaurant (which is open from […]

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Two Bells for Bardot

  Craig LaBan heads to Northern Liberties to take in the cooking of Rhett Vellner atBardot, the French bar/restaurant from the Pub on Passyunk East’s […]

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La Peg Now Offering Brunch

La Peg is starting to serve weekend brunch, starting this weekend. The French brasserie’s  brunch menu will be served on Saturdays and Sunday from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. […]

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Adaptive Reuse Proves Difficult at La Peg

Rick Nichols checks in at La Peg, Peter Woolsey’s two month old French brasserie at the once-upon-a-time pump house that is now the home of FringeArts. Nichols finds […]

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La Peg Reviewed

Citypaper’s Adam Erace recently reviewed the Philadelphia brasserie, La Peg, praising the restaurant’s architectural aesthetics, comfortable energy, and window view. However, while Erace enjoyed various classical options at La Peg, he […]

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Restaurant Review: Paris Bistro

By the time Gary Cattley maneuvered his tuba into Paris Bistro’s basement, Drew Nugent & the Midnight Society had been ragging Tin Pan Alley curios […]

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La Peg Is Officially Open

Peter Woolsey’s La Peg is now officially open at Race Street and Columbus Boulevard. The brasserie in the FringeArts building has an emphasis on small plate […]

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Peter Woolsey Offers Teases of La Peg

Last night Feastival had a party for the event’s sponsors and beforehand several chefs showed off the dishes they would be serving at the FringeArts […]

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A Provençale Affair at Bistro La Minette

Ever dreamed of a summer in Provence? Sipping glass after glass of chilled rosé under the Provençale sun with a large plate of something drenched […]

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Georges Perrier at Crow and the Pitcher

Last week we told you about Rittenhouse Row’s cool Culinary Collective, where eighteen restaurants were pulling out all the stops to create unique experiences between […]