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2015/01/29 19:43
2015/01/29 19:43
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NEW YORK — Snow rooms, better Wi-Fi and a continued emphasis on specialty food and drink are some of the trends for cruising in the next year or two. Here are some details. THE WOW FACTOR The...
2015/01/29 19:43
2015/01/29 19:43
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2015/01/29 06:45
2015/01/29 06:45
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On a typical Monday night, Penn students are gathered around tables in 1920 Commons or getting takeout from Chipotle for dinner. But, a few weeks out of the year, Penn students can be found trekking...
2015/01/27 08:12
2015/01/27 08:12
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The historic Original Bookbinder’s bar has been reopened. Chef Jhon presents an assembled oyster plate during happy hour service at newly opened The Olde Bar. | Allan Barnes TTN Erich Weiss’...
2015/01/22 08:52
2015/01/22 08:52
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When you take away the rocket science, food can evoke more feeling. For chef Marcie Turney, that's precisely why the concept of cooking nostalgically appeals. A year ago, she opened Little Nonna's, a...
2015/01/21 01:52
2015/01/21 01:52
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U.S District Court Judge Jerome B. Simandle said he expected to rule Wednesday on whether operators of restaurants, nightclubs and other venues at the former Revel Casino Hotel will be able to appeal...
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2015/01/19 14:14
2015/01/19 14:14
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When the Norwegian Escape begins sailing from her home, the Port of Miami in November 2015, she will have several Miami-centric food and beverage options for her 4,200 passengers to enjoy including...
2015/01/16 22:51
2015/01/16 22:51
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New shows and dining options will make their debut on the Norwegian Escape when it arrives in Miami this fall. Norwegian Cruise Line announced two Broadway shows and a slew of partnerships as more...
2015/01/12 03:52
2015/01/12 03:52
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We always hear about the shiny, new restaurants. This is one in a series about the Philadelphia area's more established dining establishments and the people behind them. Thirty years ago, when David...
2015/01/11 20:52
2015/01/11 20:52
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DON SAPATKIN, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Last updated: Sunday, January 11, 2015, 1:09 AM Chef Kevin Sbraga, who just opened his third place, Juniper Commons, describes city inspectors as "tough." He is...
2015/01/09 17:56
2015/01/09 17:56
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Today, the New York times offers us ’52 Places to Go in 2015,’ an expansive and gorgeous presentation of some of the world’s most exciting cities. This year, Philadelphia ranked number three, which...
2015/01/08 04:52
2015/01/08 04:52
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Samantha Melamed, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Thursday, January 8, 2015, 3:01 AM Consider Kensington Quarters, the new butcher shop and restaurant in Fishtown. The National Restaurant Association's...
2015/01/05 22:44
2015/01/05 22:44
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There’s no denying that 2014 was an eventful — exciting, even – year in the world of food and drink. Berkeley became the first city in the U.S. to pass a soda tax. Master statistician Nate Silver...
2015/01/01 08:52
2015/01/01 08:52
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Mexican restaurants, with their insta-chips and festive atmospheres, are another safe bet. There are a lot of taquerias in the city, of course, but on the higher end, few are as accommodating as those...
2014/12/30 17:55
2014/12/30 17:55
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Philadelphia has been inching toward the trend of being a locally grown, farm-to-table restaurant industry for the past few years, and it's become the biggest thing since sliced bread in the past...
2014/12/28 01:52
2014/12/28 01:52
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Philadelphia's kitchens stepped up big this year, fueled by live fires, a return to French cuisine, and an influx of exciting new talent. The overall quality of restaurants took a noticeable leap in...
2014/12/26 09:52
2014/12/26 09:52
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You have to be one hungry caterpillar to be a restaurant critic. By conservative calculations, I ate 300 meals out this year for Sunday reviews, "Good Taste" features, Crumb Tracker clue-hunting...
2015/01/29 19:43
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