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Liann’s Iced Tea with Lemon and Orange

In “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology),” Marvin Gaye laments how cruelly humanity treats the earth. With our recent spate of scorching temperatures, one could easily pen a song about how the sun has chosen to fight back.

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South Philly Barbacoa’s Café de Olla

Having grown accustomed to hawking their Mexican meals in outdoor settings, first through placement within the Ninth Street Italian Market and then a spot on the 800 block of Watkins Street, Cristina Martinez and Ben Miller knew they would need an indoor spot to forge a sustainable model.

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Justin’s Favorite Smoothie

If you are looking for an endearing delight to sate your loved ones, Francesca de la Torre will make you look smooth with her Justin’s Favorite Smoothie recipe.

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Bridget Foy’s

I have eaten at Bridget Foy’s for more than 20 years. It has always been on the cutting edge of Philadelphia cuisine. I clearly recall a game dinner with appropriate wines that was among the finest meals I have ever had.

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Square 1682

During last week’s Democratic National Convention, it occurred to me that I should review all the hotels that serve Sunday brunch.

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Shank’s Pier 40’s Original Roast Pork

Challenges come with every vocation, as Ed Brennan knows well through handling labor and food service industry responsibilities.

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Respectful regard

SouthHouse, 2535 S. 13th St., recently introduced First Responders Night.

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Saté Kampar’s Kaya

Maintaining allegiance to principles can prove problematic for restaurant owners, especially when fear rears its ugly head and the temptation becomes to compromise one’s calling to stay afloat.

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For Pete’s Sake Pub’s Cuban Sandwich

When then-17-year-old Brendan Arnold introduced himself to Peter Quinn as the latter was looking to make For Pete’s Sake Pub, the adolescent revealed to the businessman that he desired to be the best chef in the world.

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Mildred’s Cheese Balls

Mildred Lloyd-Henderson has served as a loyal contributor to this publication for years, so on account of her recent submission, the South Philly Review has the conviction to call her “The Belle of the Balls.”

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