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Paesano’s

Paesano’s

In Fishtown, South Philly and on the campus of Temple University, chef Peter McAndrew’s popular sandwich spot Paesano’s takes traditional Philly hoagies up a notch, cranking out Arista pork with broccoli rabe, long hots and provolone; meatloaf parmesan; and the namesake Paesano with brisket, roasted tomato, horseradish mayo, provolone and...

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Poke Bowl

Poke Bowl

Poke, the Hawaiian snack of marinated fish over rice, is having something of a moment. Northern Liberties’ Poke Bowl delivers the health-conscious goods with a build-your-own menu of fish, sauces and seasonings....

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Poke Bowl

Poke Bowl

Poke, the Hawaiian snack of marinated fish over rice, is having something of a moment. Northern Liberties’ Poke Bowl delivers the health-conscious goods with a build-your-own menu of fish, sauces and seasonings....

Credit: Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Food Trends

Federal Donuts

Federal Donuts

Devised for Spruce Street Harbor Park’s summer season, Federal Donuts’ signature sandwich with buttermilk ranch-spiced chicken, American cheese, dill pickles and spicy Rooster sauce on a Martin’s potato roll ignited a full-blown craze. Now, the shop’s outposts around the city can’t seem to make enough to sate demand....

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Federal Donuts

Federal Donuts

With multiple locations and growing, Federal Donuts quickly became one of Philly’s favorite places to grab Korean fried chicken (now available in sandwich form) and spectacular, still warm, traditional-to-esoteric doughnuts. Each spot also offers Philly-roasted Rival Bros. coffee. Tip: More often than not, the chicken sells out before closing time....

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Bing Bing Dim Sum

Bing Bing Dim Sum

Dim sum, noodles and rice are the focus at this East Passyunk power player restaurant, where the menu is small and the flavors are big. The colorful restaurant offers limited reservations and daily happy hour that includes discounted drinks and $5 plates....

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The Dandelion

 The Dandelion

The mixologists at The Dandelion in Philadelphia know a thing or two about chasing away winter’s chill. Guests can warm up with their Hot Chai Apple Cider, which can be spiked with Bulleit Rye, chai tea, honey and lemon....

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The Dandelion

 The Dandelion

The mixologists at The Dandelion in Philadelphia know a thing or two about chasing away winter’s chill. Guests can warm up with their Hot Chai Apple Cider, which can be spiked with Bulleit Rye, chai tea, honey and lemon....

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Food Trends

Gran Caffè L’Aquila

 Gran Caffè L’Aquila

Cold weather doesn’t stand a chance against the Gran Caffè L’Aquila’s hot cocoa, made with Amadei Tuscany, a combo of cocoa and ground hazelnuts. For even more flavor, the cafe’s beverage masters will add a shot of liqueur to the steamy brew for those who want to spice it up....

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