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February 6, 2013

Fette Sau To Host A Local Beer Release Party Featuring New Custom Brews From Sly Fox And Dock Street This Thursday, February 7

Fresh off its three-bell review in this past Sunday’s Inquirer, in which Craig LaBan (unofficially) crowned it the city’s best barbecue, Fette Sau is hosting a special beer release party this Thursday evening from 7-9 p.m. Fette Sau is celebrating two new local custom brews, one from Sly Fox and one from Dock Street. The […]

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February 6, 2012

Philadelphia Inquirer Restaurant Critic Craig LaBan Crowns The Five Best Restaurants In Philadelphia As Vetri, Zahav, Bibou, Talula’s Table And Fountain Restaurant

As we mentioned last week, Sunday was a big day for the Philadelphia restaurant scene. Philadelphia Inquirer Restaurant Critic Craig LaBan yesterday unveiled the results of revisiting the Philadelphia region’s top restaurants for the first time in five years to see which restaurants deserve his coveted four-bell rating. A quick refresher: Craig LaBan employs a […]

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January 30, 2012

Philadelphia Inquirer Restaurant Critic Craig Laban To Name The Five Best Restaurants In Philadelphia This Sunday, February 5

Philadelphia Inquirer Restaurant Critic Craig LaBan employs a bell system for reviewing restaurants, awarding a restaurant between zero and four bells. No bells is poor; one bell is hit-or-miss; two bells is very good; three bells is excellent; and four bells is superior. And rare. Right now, there are four restaurants in Philadelphia that LaBan […]

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March 28, 2011

Singing Dandelion’s Praises: Craig LaBan Awards Stephen Starr’s Latest Three Bells, Philadelphia Magazine Gives It Three Stars

Two big reviews just landed for Stephen Starr’s newest restaurant, Dandelion on Rittenhouse Square, and both of them are pretty good. Craig LaBan of The Philadelphia Inquirer dropped a Three-Bell review on Dandelion this Sunday, praising everything from the secluded nooks and room temperature cask beer to the “individuality and craft” in the hearty British […]

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