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Dining While Black: Race and the Philly Food Scene

It was a five-star feast of epic proportions. We were a lively party of 13 people, devouring 13 courses of arguably the finest Southern Italian […]

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Here’s Where to Eat Brussels Sprouts in Philly Right Now

Brussels sprouts are the vegetable you detested (or completely avoided) all throughout your childhood, but totally fell in love as an adult. And why shouldn’t […]

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Philly’s Third Restaurant Renaissance Has Arrived

Food writers in Philadelphia go through what I like to call the “12 Steps of Stephen Starr.” Okay, there are more like four steps, but […]

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Philly’s New Food Establishment

Greg Vernick and Nick Elmi The Torchbearers Vernick and Elmi are the ones setting the bar now, and they’re bringing everyone else up with them. […]

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2017 Year In Reviews, Part One

With the end of the year fast approaching, we’re wrapping things up with a 3-part look back at the restaurants that moved us, disappointed us […]

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Where to Eat on New Year’s Eve in Philly

Hungry Pigeon, Queen Village Our top-ranked restaurant in Philly (still!) is serving up a surf and turf menu for New Year’s Eve, with starters like […]

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Your Parents Will Love These 23 Philly Restaurants

A visit from the parents can be stressful, no matter how great your relationship is. But even the happiest family outings can run into trouble when […]

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Thank God: $1 Long Island Iced Teas Now Available at All Area Applebee’s

I think we can all agree that 2017 has felt like several nightmarish decades crammed into a single year. And with only 31 days remaining in […]

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It’s a Mad, Mad World at Mad Rex

This past fall, a team of entrepreneurs with an appetite for — shall we call it “razzle-dazzle”? — opened Mad Rex, a multimillion-dollar “Restaurant Entertainment […]

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The Return of the Palm — and the Way We Lunch Now

There was a time in Philadelphia when having a restaurant lunch was considered living large. Le Bec-Fin, Lacroix, the Fountain — lunching at a table […]

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Louie-Louie, a Celebration of European Cafe Culture, Is Coming to Penn’s Campus

The Hilton Inn at Penn is getting a new restaurant. Louie-Louie, whose menu will include classic cafe and bistro fare found across France, Spain, Italy, […]

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LGBTQ&A: Sam Mink

Sam Mink is the owner of the historic Oyster House. We spoke with the third-generation restaurant owner on continuing the family business, being out in […]

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Let’s Stop Rat-Shaming Philly Restaurants, Shall We?

Philly’s an old city. Some of its buildings were built centuries ago. Philly also has a real winter, so it gets cold. Plus, the city is obviously […]

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Michael Schulson Cooks for the “Hot Chicks” — and That’s Sexist

Usually, discussions about sexism in the restaurant industry focus on discrimination, harassment, and other barriers to success that women chefs face, or on harassment from […]

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How Many Snakes Would It Take to Make You Leave Your Favorite Philly Restaurant?

I have been bitten by one snake in my life. It’s an embarrassing story, and not really germane to the discussion we’re about to have […]