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Chima Brazilian Steakhouse Heats Up With Restaurant Week

Warm weather is hitting and instead of snagging a ticket to Brazil, we suggest a budget-friendly alternative by submersing yourself in an authentic Brazilian

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Philadelphia Restaurant Week 2012 Has Arrived!

Ladies and gentleman of Philly- the time has come- Restaurant Week is BACK!!

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Philadelphia Center City District's Restaurant Week Runs Sept 12-17 and 19-24

It is the most wonderful time of the year. The air is finally cooling, which is a welcome relief after a brutal summer that included seven heat waves and temperatures that consistently cracked triple digits.

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Chef Joseph Poon Honored by the American Culinary Federation

Chef Joseph Poon has brought smiles to the faces of thousands of Philadelphians who have dined in his restaurants and participated in one of his famous

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University City Summer 2010 Dining Days: July 15 - July 29

What are you doing for dinner Thursday? Grilling off some steaks on the deck? Take out Chinese? Reservations at some swank Center City restaurant with the girlfriend? Whatever it is, cancel it. Seriously.

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Top Picks for Restaurant Week Winter 2010

We’re in the home stretch of Center City District Restaurant Week (January 17-22 and 24-29, 2010). While you’re taking a break from affordable food and all of its yummy glory on the 23rd, feast your eyes on a few restaurants you may have put on the back-burner.

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Bindi

Ever since a friend of mine had spent an evening enjoying the Indian-infused flavors at Bindi on 13th Street, she hasn't stopped talking about how delicious it was and begged for us to all come back with her. So we finally did. And we had more than one reason to: a good friend, George Sabatino, is also the chef de cuisine there. 

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The Flavors of France at Bistrot La Minette

French cuisine. To all, but the most knowledgeable and dedicated foodies, the idea can be intimidating. I know, at least, that it intimidates the hell out of me.  After all, French inspired cooking is essentially responsible for fine dining as we know it today, and many styles and techniques owe their roots to the precision, patience and practice of centuries of dedicated French culinary artists.  Thus, as I begin my own tutelage at The International Culinary School this week, I wanted to try something authentic.

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Seafood Unlimited: Small Town Pearl

‘Tis the season. We’re already in the ninth month of the calendar year and even though you should have your Restaurant Week list written (and re-written) out, here’s another eatery you may want to consider when looking to entertain your justifiable desire for above par food.

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