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Porch and Proper Is About to Open in Collingswood

Porch and Proper, a new BYO from Starr alums Jason and Casey Simpkins, opens tomorrow night in Collingswood. The seasonal New American concept has taken […]

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Lou Birds Opens at 20th and Lombard

Once upon a time I was sitting outside of Varga Bar at 10th and Spruce, looking over at the packed sidewalks at Kanella and remarked […]

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Chlöe BYOB Still Going Strong

Chlöe BYOB is still going strong. The Old City restaurant has been in business since 2001 and has been a model of consistency. Just back […]

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Where We’re Eating: Entrée

One recent evening, after picking up a four-pack of Allagash at Cambridge — the go-to place in this ’hood for quality takeout beer — I […]

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Avance Is Already a Standout

Brian Freedman reviews Avance for Philadelphia Weekly. Freedman is full of praise for the two-month old successor to Le Bec Fin and sees it soaring even higher. […]

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Nick Elmi Breaks Free at Laurel

Trey Popp reviews Nick Elmi’s Laurel for the February issue of Philadelphia magazine. Popp writes that Elmi’s cooking has been unshackled from cooking other people’s food […]

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Suppa Celebrates Grand Opening on Liberties Walk

Suppa is celebrating its grand opening this evening on Liberties Walk in Northern Liberties. The New American BYOB is offering complimentary cocktails and sample items […]

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New Winter Menu at Fond

We’re always excited to see a new menu coming out of Lee Styer’s kitchen at Fond. And this new winter menu is no exception.

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Dinner with George Sabatino and Some Light on Aldine

City Paper’s Caroline Russock reverses roles on local chefs in her “Turning the Tables” series. This week she cooks dinner for George Sabatino and his […]

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Nick Elmi’s Laurel Called “Stellar”

Brian Freedman reviews Nick Elmi’s Laurel for Philadelphia Weekly. Freedman calls the East Passyunk BYOB “stellar.” Berkshire pork lavished in its triumvirate of treatments, and each one, […]

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Marigold Kitchen Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Menus

Marigold Kitchen is doing away with menus. Now the only choice to make when you sit down to dinner at chef/owner Robert Halpern’s West Philadelphia […]

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Tavro 13 Reviewed

Terence Feury goes to Swedesboro and opens Tavro 13. But Trey Popp asks, is he what Swedesboro wants? Feury is cooking as compellingly as ever. […]

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Review: Chris Kearse Opens the BYO of the Year

Trey Popp calls Will on Passyunk Avenue the “BYO of the year” and praises the cooking of Chris Kearse. You could label Kearse’s approach French, […]

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Fond’s New Menu Has Us Salivating

We’re not sure anyone does a better risotto in Philadelphia than Lee Styer at Fond. And now he’s added luxurious lobster, hazelnuts and truffle to the dish. […]

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Ela Adds Brunch Starting This Sunday

This Sunday Jason Cichonski kicks off brunch at Queen Village’s Ela. Biscuits, Benedict, bone marrow and butternut squash highlight the fall flavors, and that’s just […]