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Le Virtu
Posted on Sun, Apr 17, 2011
With an impressively wide array of house-cured salumi, great wine values, proper service, a handsome rustic space, and the arrival of a talented new chef, Joe Cicala, Le Virtu has come into its own as one of the city's uniquely refined dining experiences. Craig LaBan reviews Le Virtu, 1927 E. Passyunk Ave.
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Italian Le Virtù is the real thing, refined and even better
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