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Published: Wed, 17 Jan 2018 22:54:24 GMT

 



Let's Eat: Korean fried chicken
It's crunch time for chicken lovers; do we tip on the tax or not?



A new spin on Korean fried chicken
It's fried once, in olive oil.



Chef Michaud and restaurateur Schulson to buy Osteria from Urban Outfitters
Michaud returns to the kitchen that he opened in 2007.



Party in a ball pit: Concourse Dance Club sets its opening
It's a "dance bar," opposed to a lounge or bar.



At Acadia, he hopes to make the good times roll
The first-time restaurateur will also be chef.



Hot, made-to-order doughnuts from a mall kiosk
The mini-cake doughnuts are about a third larger than a Dunkin Donuts Munchkin.



Vedge duo to open Fancy Radish in D.C.
Fancy Radish, seating about 60 people with a full bar, will pull a bit of the grit and spice from the street-food bar V Street while relying heavily on the elegant, serious cooking at Vedge. "The greatest hits," Landau said.



Let's Eat: Arancini and tagliatelle at a corner bar?
Also this week, I find breakfast tacos in King of Prussia, vegan pizza (as well as Italian dishes for omnivores) in Center City, and solid, all-American eats in Upper Bucks.



Restaurants and patrons: What's bugging you?
Start talking to patrons and restaurant staff, and you'll be dished up an earful.



He's playing to win with Thirsty Dice, Philly's first board-game cafe
From 800 to 1,000 games to play, as well as a bar and food.