The Insider Archive: September, 2011

New in Center City: Jasmine Rice

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The Warsaw Cafe at 305 S. 16th St., which ran out of steam and closed earlier this year, has given way to Jasmine Rice, a cute-as-a-button... Read more

Benefits, odds, and ends

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Rosey’s BBQ owner Chad Rosenthal has pledged 10 percent of all his Ambler restaurant’s sales between Oct. 1 and 15 to help Ambler... Read more

POPPED! food bazaar moves to the Piazza

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The weekend weather forecast forced the POPPED! Music Festival to move from FDR Park (outdoors) to the dry confines of the Liacouras Center... Read more

One woman's campaign to save the salmon spring roll

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Iron Hill had a salmon spring roll on its menu for years, but in a menu change six months ago, it came off. Nina Malone, who lives in Exton... Read more

Temple and Jefferson getting some soul

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Keith Taylor of Zachary's BBQ in Norristown is coming downtown with two BBQ places called Soul Cucina. One opens Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the... Read more

The return of Neil Stein

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Oh, we've heard this comeback story before. Neil Stein has told it to anyone who'd listen since he got out of prison in 2007. (To me, here... Read more

Walter Staib to battle Bobby Flay on 'Iron Chef'

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How Revolutionary of the Food Network. Walter Staib, head honcho at the Colonial-theme City Tavern in Old City, is booked to take on Bobby... Read more

New foods on Eagles menu

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Food trucks, two new sandwiches, Johnson's Popcorn, kosher food, and in-seat delivery are all on the menu for Eagles fans this season at Lincoln... Read more