Marc Summers and Dunkel Dare to return to Frankford Hall

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"The first year," Marc Summers was saying about Philly Beer Week 2012, "we said, 'This is never going to work.' Then when people were lined... Read more

Contents of Sbraga to be sold at sheriff's sale

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The contents of Sbraga at Broad and Pine Streets, which closed abruptly in January, are to be auctioned off June 6 at sheriff's sale, according... Read more

Jack's Deli, a Northeast Philadelphia landmark, to close

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Jack's Deli, which provided smoked fish, corned beef, and midnight feasts of waffles and ice cream to generations of Northeast Philadelphians... Read more

Sneaker ban is lifted at Hop Sing Laundromat

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As the Chinatown cocktail bar Hop Sing Laundromat marks its fifth anniversary this week, a peculiar, controversial facet of the dress code... Read more

Dumplings and drinks, 8 stories up, at Bok this summer

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Bok Bar - the rooftop gathering space eight stories up, atop the former Bok Technical High School in South Philadelphia - launches its third... Read more

Restaurant kitchens and their recipe for danger

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Knives, ovens, food processors. A restaurant kitchen can be a warren of sharp edges, hot surfaces, and heavy objects. Every chef has scars... Read more

How Samuels & Son seafood swims with the sharks

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If you order seafood in the Philadelphia area -- whether it's the go-for-broke omakase menu at Royal Izakaya or a piece of salmon at a store... Read more

At The Farmhouse, reviving a Cherry Hill landmark restaurant

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Through the decades that Stu Wanicur spent as a manager in the food business with such corporate giants as Aramark, Sysco, and Unilever, he... Read more