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Apr 19 2017

Philadelphia's New Spring Restaurants Are All Over Its Map

Philly’s Latest Crop Of Neighborhood Spots Serve Local To Global Fare, Indoors And Out

The arrival of spring itself is reason to celebrate, but a fresh list of restaurant openings provides the what and where. Now is the time to try SPAM musubi (like maki) near Rittenhouse Square (Poi Dog), Taiwanese fried squid in Chinatown (Cheers Cut) and quirky beers in Fishtown (Evil Genius). Whether it’s a dining destination in King of Prussia (Mistral) or a burger joint in Manayunk (Napoleon Burger), great eating awaits. Here are some recently launched venues to experience—asterisks (*) mark venues with alfresco dining:

Center City East:

  • Cheers
Jun 9 2008

Philadelphia's Dining Scene: What's New And Trendy?

New Restaurants, Marketplace Lunch, Green Eats, Reopenings, Fresh Fast Food

More Than A Dozen New Restaurants On The Scene
Mediterranean cuisine takes center stage in Philly this summer with three new but very different restaurants. At Society Hill’s Zahav, one of the most anticipated local openings of the season, co-owners Steve Cook and Michael Solomonov (of Marigold Kitchen and Xochitl) have collaborated to create their third signature dining experience, starring Solomonov’s modern interpretations of Israeli food. Menu standouts include salmon skewers with pomegranate and couscous cooked over hot coals, crispy phyllo pie with rabbit and prunes and a “milk and honey” cocktail swirled with rum, date syrup and almond