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Molto Molto: Gran Caffè L’Aquila Reviewed

Pretend you’ve been led into a new restaurant wearing a blindfold. We’re playing a game: When I uncover your eyes, you try to piece together […]

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The Electric Dim Sum Acid Test: Bing Bing Dim Sum Reviewed

If restaurateurs were rock stars (and in Philly, they’re as close as we come), Ben Puchowitz and Shawn Darragh would be vintage R.E.M. Whether they’re slinging ramen […]

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Two Retro Reviews from the Weeklies

  Brian Freedman visits Olde Bar for Philadelphia Weekly while Adam Erace reviews Franky Bradley’s for City Paper. Freedman is in love with the fried clams at Jose […]

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Restaurant Review: Lo Spiedo

It was no surprise that the Navy Yard’s Saturday-night gate guard greeted my car with wry amusement. Given all the restaurants in all the neighborhoods […]

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Restaurant Review: Juniper Commons

At Juniper Commons, where old newspaper headlines paper two walls in a triumph of microfilm and selective memory, there’s electricity in the air. E. GERMANY OPENS […]

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First Bite: Nom Wah Tea Parlor

Nom Wah Tea Parlor kind of opened today. The New York based dim sum spot has a Philadelphia location at 218 N 13th Street and the kitchen […]

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The Revisit: Serpico

There’s only so much a clean bathroom can tell you about a restaurant, but every now and then they speak volumes. To face the poster […]

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Where We’re Eating: V Street, Tuk Tuk Real and Stock

V Street 126  S 18th Street Rittenhouse Square 215-278-7943 Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby aren’t the first restaurateurs to summon night-market memories with bare bulbs […]

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Restaurant Review: Kensington Quarters

You walk by Bryan Mayer’s butcher case at Kensington Quarters, and you develop certain expectations about what awaits you in the dining room. These deepen […]

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The Revisit: Il Pittore

For all of Philadelphia’s culinary diversity — and from Bustleton Avenue’s new Moldovan spot to Indonesian fare in Point Breeze, we at Foobooz are big […]

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Rubb: Good Old Fashioned Barbecue in Manayunk

After much ado, Rubb, a beer, bourbon and barbecue joint in Manayunk finally opened. And now, Philadelphia Weekly’s Brian Freedman has visited the restaurant and is singing its praises.  Rubb […]

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Restaurant Review: Aldine

Everyone knows that opening a restaurant is the surest path to an empty checking account, but George and Jennifer Sabatino know better. For truly shredding […]

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Restaurant Review: Brigantessa

We expect a lot from restaurants these days. If they don’t transform liquids into powders or barrel-steep cocktails with homemade bitters, they’d better serve chickens […]

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The Pub in Pennsauken Gets Reviewed

Danya Henninger reviews The Pub for the Courier-Post and finds that the throwback steakhouse is still worth a trip, for the drinks, the all-you-can-eat salad […]

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Tale of the Tape: Philly’s Finest Sambonis Cheesesteak

Last year when Philly’s Finest Sambonis competed on the Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race, we had a bit of fun at their expense. In Philadelphia magazine, Jason […]