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Lo Spiedo Reviewed

Adam Erace has a new favorite Vetri restaurant and it’s Lo Spiedo. The newly opened restaurant at the southern end of Broad Street impresses the City Paper […]

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Tale of the Tape: Train Wreck at Beck’s Cajun Cafe

As Serious Eats pointed out in its rundown of Philadelphia cheesesteaks, under seasoning is a big issue. Even spots that aren’t just phoning it in often […]

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Where We’re Eating: Martorano’s

new In a region overrun with Italian restaurants, this trendy goombah-and-gravy joint from Philly expat and Florida/Vegas restaurateur Steve Martorano is one of the best […]

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Where We’re Eating: Cafe Ynez

A Mexican restaurant in your neighborhood is a way of knowing you’ve arrived. An attractive BYOB serving breakfast nachos and carne asada salads and offering […]

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Where We’re Eating: Chops

For years, Alex Plotkin’s Chops steakhouse in Bala Cynwyd was an exercise in mediocrity. It didn’t have to be great, because it was the only […]

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Where We’re Eating: My Thai

revisit A year ago, a typical night at My Thai might include a single occupied table — usually a Penn professor and friend — plus […]

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Tale of the Tape: Steve’s Steaks – Center City

Whenever Pat’s and Geno’s Steaks are mentioned, undoubtedly someone will weigh in with the seemingly erudite argument that they don’t pick a winner between those […]

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Restaurant Review: Abe Fisher and Dizengoff

On the first evening of Rosh Hashanah this year, BuzzFeed posted a video called “The Jewish Food Taste Test.” In it, Gentiles sample iconic Ashkenazi […]

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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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Where We’re Eating: Lloyd

happy hour Philadelphia is getting a handle on destination cocktail bars. But neighborhood spots that can shake up a tight cocktail as well as pour […]

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Where We’re Eating: Hattery Stove & Still

’burbs Grilled octopus confit, vegetable bibimbap, steamed skate, beer-battered string beans — what the heck is going on here? We’re not entirely sure, either. But […]

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Where We’re Eating: Bareburger

new Bareburger is a chain with most of its locations in New York. It’s expensive. (I paid $16 for a burger and fries without really […]

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Where We’re Eating: The Upper Darby Coffee Shop

NEW You probably don’t have much reason to visit Upper Darby, but it continues to make me happy on the ethnic food front, from the […]

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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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Philadelphia Restaurant Received “Million Dollar Review”

Times of London restaurant critic Giles Coren was in Philadelphia this spring filming his TV show Million Dollar Critic for Canada’s WNetwork. The show visited five […]