FOOD > BON APPECHEAP

By Joel Mathis

Sexy Salad at Varga Bar

In honor of PW's "Sexy Issue," we went to one of the sexiest restaurants in town -- Varga Bar -- and got a lesson in how to make a scrumptious salad.

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Posted Feb. 9, 2010 | Comments: 1

FOOD > BON APPECHEAP

By Joel Mathis

Pad Thai at Erawan

PW's Tim McGinnis named Erawan Thai Cuisine one of six places in Philly to get pad thai. We go into Erawan's kitchen to watch the preparations!

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Posted Jan. 29, 2010 | Comments: 3

FOOD > BON APPECHEAP

By Joel Mathis

Fish at fish.

PW's Adam Erace says Mike Stollenwerk’s grammatically awkward restaurant is bigger and better than the original. We went behind the scenes to prepare a delicious meal.

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Posted Jan. 24, 2010 | Comments: 1

FOOD > BON APPECHEAP

By Joel Mathis

Bocca

Bocca's chef Chris D'Ambro takes us into his kitchen to prepare a light cod with marinated cherry tomatoes on the side. And he does it for under $15.

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Posted Sep. 24, 2009 | Comments: 0

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PW's Year of Beer: Flying Fish Exit 16 Wild Rice DIPA
By Eric San Juan

This is a complex yet undeniably drinkable beer that gives off aromas of citrus and tangerine, and which drinks far easier than an 8 percent beer should drink.

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FOOD > REVIEWS

Capofitto's pizza: an artisanal delight to match Capogiro's gelato
By Brian Freedman

Ortolana pizza, with its base of Piennolo grape tomatoes from Vesuvius was cleverly streaked with the slow, sizzling heat of Calabrian chili oil.

FOOD > REVIEWS

Aye, There’s the Rubb: Barbeque you'll sink your teeth into
By Brian Freedman

Manayunk’s new BBQ joint pairs great brisket and ham with a fine selection of beer and whiskey.

FOOD > REVIEWS

Chinatown's Hippot Shabu Shabu offers a kaleidoscope of hot pot wonders
By Brian Freedman

The range of meats and vegetables and other dunkables is far too broad to ever be able to experience them all even over the course of several visits, but I do plan on returning often to try to work my way through them.