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Eating the Hand Grenade: El Rincon Criollo Reviewed

In a sane, just and rational world, all I would have to say is that El Rincon Criollo has fried mashed potato balls on its […]


Latin American Restaurants and Food in Philadelphia

Philly’s Hispanic population is mostly made up of Puerto Ricans and Mexicans, two Latin cultures that use similar ingredients but totally different cooking techniques. You’ll […]


Latino Gems on North Fifth

City Paper’s Caroline Russock heads north on 5th Street looking for Latin flavors. She reports on four of the best that she finds, from empanadas […]

City Life

LONG WEEKEND: Gay Puerto Rico

Leonard Bernstein begins his classic song “America” from West Side Story with Rosalia singing, “Puerto Rico, you lovely island.” (Anita has a rather guttural rebuttal, […]


Latin Farmer Hits Love Park Today

Latin Farmer is the latest addition to Philadelphia’s food truck scene. The truck made its debut last week at the Mt. Airy Night Market where […]


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 […]


Kitchen At The Institute

The Institute’s often delayed kitchen is getting closer. Chef Brian Bosch is aiming for on or around May 29th.  Bosch comes from Parc and is installing […]


Tacos, Tapas and Tex-Mex, Oh My!

This week’s The Bite gives you plenty of tips on where to pick up some fabulously popular tacos as well as leaks the menu of […]


Cobre Reviewed

Philadelphia Weekly goes north this week to take a look at Cobre, the relatively new Mexican and Puerto Rican restaurant on North Broad. Owner Diana […]