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Philadelphia

Get advice from other Chowhounds about what and where to eat in Philadelphia, from the best cheesesteaks to can't-miss fine dining.

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Where do you get your hoagies since Sarcone's closed?

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by GDSwamp 2 days ago

I know it's been awhile, but personally I still haven't solved this. Sarcone's Old Fashioned Italian was the perfect hoagie for me. Not an overstuffed jawbreaker, never too wet, nor too dry, the sh...

Restaurant in King of Prussia in late 70s or so

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by sal_acid 5 years ago

This has been driving me crazy for a few days. Anybody remember a restaurant just a little South of the Mall that was part of a small local chain, big salad bar, young-ish clientele, had a newslett...

George Washington Cake?

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by cgarner 9 years ago

My husband grew up in Germantown in the late 50's and early 60's. He has fond memories of George Washington Cake (it's kind of a spice cake chocolate icing or frosting, I'm not sure) sold in large ...

Manhattan enroute to Kalaya

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by Bigley9 1 month ago

So a very specific question for my Chowhound neighbors. Coming from 2nd and Washington and going to Kalaya at 9th and Carpenter - where can I get a decent cocktail? Either enroute or close to it?

Center City - burger lunch, what's new?

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by urbanfabric 1 year ago

A friend and I celebrate our mutual birthday each August with a weekday burger lunch. We've done Village Whiskey, Butcher & Singer, Dandelion, and Shake Shack (we've repeated, I may have also misse...

Name of Bar?

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by cgarner 3 months ago

Please tell me if I am mis-remembering! There is a bar at 831 Christian St. on the Italian Market. You had to go downstairs and it was a dive. it's NOW called 12 steps. Did that used to be the...

Sugar Pie in PA?

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by Adree1 4 months ago

My husband grew up eating sugar pie, a simple pie his mother made. He would like to have some again. However, his mother doesn't remember the recipe or where she got it from. I have never seen rec...

Garces is still at it?

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by cgarner 4 months ago

Joseph & Curtis Custom Wine Cellar posted on FB yesterday that "Super" Iron Chef Jose Garces is opening this weekend in New Hope. The restaurant is called Stella and it's located in the Playhouse ...

New "must visit" Philly restaurants -- 2019

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by BostonBestEats 5 months ago

Hi All, ex-PhillyBestBYOB here! I'm planning another trip back to Philly, and you guys were helpful last time on picking some new places to try... https://www.chowhound.com/post/visit-philly-re...

Greek Festival Montgomery County

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by Unkle Al 5 months ago

This weekend there are several Greek festivals in the area. Can anyone recommend a specific Greek festival in Eastern Montgomery County

Dinners at The Shambles

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by Bigley9 5 months ago

This looks interesting!

Authentic Cheesesteak

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by lobstagal 5 months ago

Looking for Chowhounder recommendations for an authentic Philly Cheesesteak spot to visit on my way back to MA from a graduation in Allentown this weekend... Thank you!!

Need help reproducing a Lee's Cheltenham Hoagie in Canada

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by looz 8 years ago

It's my mom's birthday in a couple of weeks, and I'm throwing her a surprise party with hors d'oeuvres inspired by the various places she's traveled in the past few years. Philadelphia's on the li...

Looking for a non-Italian BYOB

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by Bigley9 6 months ago

I am looking for a non-Italian BYOB suitable for a pescatarian as well as omnivores. I am considering: Perla, Sate Kampar, Cadence and Bistro la Bete. Any thoughts? How's the ambiance?

Spring Fling Philly aka the Passyunk Crawl?

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by cgarner 8 months ago

Hey All! Planning a whirlwind food tour of Philly, probably April with a good friend of mine. Last year we did the CooknSolo restaurants... almost ALL of them (we missed Dizengoff, but have been ...

Red Wine Vinegar - 7% Acidity

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by Unkle Al 9 months ago

Up until now I have been successful in unearthing bottles of Sasso Red Wine Vinegar. Unfortunately, I am out of options. Sasso was sold to a Spanish brand and it no longer makes the Sasso Red Win...

Inexpensive Soup Bones

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by dreamer54 8 months ago

Hello -- does anyone know of a good (inexpensive!) source of soup bones in the Main Line / West Chester area? I'm looking for primarily beef, pork, lamb etc (already have a good source of chicken...

Tara in Upper Black Eddy

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by sadiefox 6 years ago

Anyone been here lately? The few online reviews I can find are positive and some a recent. It's basically a very small italian restaurant in the living room of an estate mansion.

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