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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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Bibou

Bibou, located within the South Ninth Street Italian Market, closed more than a year ago for renovations. The results are stunning.

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Abandoning convention

A celebration of Arab American culture will occur starting at 9 p.m. July 26 and running until 2 a.m. at The Singing Fountain.

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The Tasty’s Tempeh BLT with Kale Salad

Kate Hiltz loves to look for opportunities to experiment with foods, ultimately desiring to deepen her recipients’ regard for incredibly healthy options.

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La Famiglia Ristorante

When diners enter La Famiglia, they are transported into a world of Italian beauty. Pale peach marble abounds. High quality linen, china, crystal, and silver flatware grace the tables. Yes, if you order fish, you will receive a fish knife.

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South Helm

South Helm, which opened last month at 100 Morris St., is the best new restaurant of the year.

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Ricci’s Hoagies’ Old Fashioned Italian Hoagie

Rich Pagliarella savors simplicity and posits that being a people person helps him to prevail against any complication.

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Liann’s Chocolate Banana Bread

In the note that accompanied her recipe, the Point Breeze denizen emphatically stated “This is our favorite!”

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Clowning around

Franco’s High Note Cafe will continue its devotion to Italian music by presenting a dinner and opera experience at 6:15 p.m. July 13.

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