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South Kitchen and Jazz Parlor, Philadelphia

  South replaced Stephen Starr’s Route 66 on North Broad Street. It has a southern Louisiana theme mostly...

South Kitchen and Jazz Parlor, Philadelphia
posted on: Dec 21, 2015 | author: Hungry

Scratch Biscuit, Philadelphia

  Fried chicken sandwiches had been trending this past summer specially since David Chang launched his fuku...

Scratch Biscuit, Philadelphia
posted on: Nov 8, 2015 | author: Hungry

Lolita, Philadelphia

  It was a wonderful fall evening in Philadelphia, cold and crisp. Found myself in Midtown Village after...

Lolita, Philadelphia
posted on: Nov 1, 2015 | author: Hungry

Fette Sau, Philadelphia

  Fette Sau blends in well with the Northern Liberties neighborhood. It’s facade includes distressed wood...

Fette Sau, Philadelphia
posted on: Oct 5, 2015 | author: Hungry

Butcher and Singer, Philadelphia

  I’d always pass by Butcher and Singer but didn’t care about it. When a friend ask me to pick a...

Butcher and Singer, Philadelphia
posted on: Oct 1, 2015 | author: Hungry

Brauhaus Schmitz, Philadelphia

    Philadelphia is a beer drinking city and we’ve been drinking local brews all year long. And, tomorrow...

Brauhaus Schmitz, Philadelphia
posted on: Sep 30, 2015 | author: Hungry

Large Format Dinners in Philadelphia

The holiday season is coming up. I’d like to share the large format dinners my family and friends had enjoyed...

Large Format Dinners in Philadelphia
posted on: Sep 14, 2015 | author: Hungry

Frankford Hall, Philadelphia

  Today is Saturday, the beginning of 2015’s Labor Day weekend. The weather was perfect to enjoy...

Frankford Hall, Philadelphia
posted on: Sep 5, 2015 | author: Hungry

Lo Spiedo, Philadelphia

  My family visited me from New York and I suggested we go to the Navy Yard. The Navy Yard is such a beautiful...

Lo Spiedo, Philadelphia
posted on: Jul 7, 2015 | author: Hungry

Laurel, Philadelphia

  My dear friend was relocating back to London and I wanted our last shared meal together to be special. I had...

Laurel, Philadelphia
posted on: Jun 13, 2015 | author: Hungry

Abe Fisher, Philadelphia

  I have a feeling that Abe Fisher was inspired by the dishes from the Israeli homeland which is now prevalent...

Abe Fisher, Philadelphia
posted on: May 9, 2015 | author: Hungry

Buena Onda, Philadelphia

  Calm after the packed crowds on opening day.   We were one of the last customers on opening day. It was...

Buena Onda, Philadelphia
posted on: Apr 6, 2015 | author: Hungry

Volvér, Philadelphia

  I like Volvér’s opulent yet minimalist take on decor. Let’s start with the menu. It’s...

Volvér, Philadelphia
posted on: Apr 4, 2015 | author: Hungry

Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Philadelphia

  Nom Wah Tea Parlor in NYC is the oldest dimsum place in the US. Second generation owner Wilson Tang opened a...

Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Philadelphia
posted on: Apr 2, 2015 | author: Hungry

Cheu Noodle Bar, Philadelphia

  Cheu Noodle Bar is not that extraordinary as most of its fans make it to be. What makes this joint special ? ...

Cheu Noodle Bar, Philadelphia
posted on: Feb 6, 2015 | author: Hungry

Vedge, Philadelphia

I know that Vedge is one of the most celebrated restaurants in Philadelphia. Honestly, I hate it. It’s...

Vedge, Philadelphia
posted on: Feb 4, 2015 | author: Hungry

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