PW's "Better Than Best"

Ready to find out Philly's coolest people, fanciest food, tastiest drinks, best shopping and more? Welcome to PW's "Better Than Best" list, a roundup of all of the city's top hidden treasures.

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Posted Feb. 23, 2010 | Comments: 3

Better Than Best: Food

Once they had Japanese sushi chefs making fresh sashimi and California rolls while we looked at … well, we can’t remember because we were eating. Another time it was a simple, fresh guacamole. PW names Philly's best eateries.

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Posted Feb. 23, 2010 | Comments: 10

Better Than Best: Sex and Sports

If you live in the city, you’ve almost certainly walked past the South Street-area shop and seen the classes advertised on the chalkboard outside: “Rough Sex for Beginners." PW names the hottest places in Philly.

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Posted Feb. 23, 2010 | Comments: 5

Better Than Best: Style and Services

Finding a good hair dresser can make even the sanest people act like puppies, following a stylist around, hoping they land in another salon or start their own haircare biz. PW brings you the best places to get served in Philly.

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Posted Feb. 23, 2010 | Comments: 5

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