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Best New Chef Restaurant Alla Spina, Philadelphia

Best New Chef Restaurants

Here, fantastic restaurants from Food & Wine's Best New Chefs.

Tinto. Philadelphia, PA. #Food #Philly  hungrynomad.net

Tapas at Iron Chef Jose Garces’ Tinto- Rittenhouse (Philadelphia, USA)

Vetri. One of the best restaurants ever. A special occasion place.

Vetri Birthday Dinner.

Summer Vegetable Soup

Summer Vegetable Soup

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First it was burgers. Then pizza. Now, American chefs are obsessed with tacos, perfecting classics and even creating Asian versions. F&W offers an extraordinary taco tasting, from hot spots like a California fish market with great seafood tacos to a self-proclaimed "hillbilly dive" in Chicago.

Best Taco Spots

New Mexican restaurants across the US are focusing less on authenticity and more on innovation and great ingredients.

Ohio: The Greenhouse Tavern Cleveland is no longer the nation’s most underrated food city. Great new restaurants are popping up across town and a growing appetite for farm-fresh fare has shed the spotlight on Chef Jonathon Sawyer, who won the 2015 James Beard Award for Best Chef Great Lakes. Mentored by Iron Chef Michael Symon, Chef Sawyer now has several establishments to his name, like Noodlecat, Trentina, and his flagship The Greenhouse Tavern, the first certified green restaurant in…

The Best Farm-to-Table Restaurant in Every State

These 51 restaurants go way beyond farm-to-table—with responsible ingredient sourcing, a focus on local purveyors, and even electric car chargers,

Pizzeria Beddia is a great place to eat in Philadelphia.

Joe Beddia's Fishtown shop is a serious pizza destination.

Restaurants of the Year: 2015 Winners | Petit Trois; Los Angeles

Restaurants of the Year 2015

Restaurants of the Year: 2015 Winners

Escargot with tarragon sauce, fava beans, and mousseron mushrooms at Bibou/Philadelphia, PA. Photo via NYTimes.com

Restaurant Review: Bibou in Philadelphia

This BYOB restaurant, one block from the Ninth Street market, features a small and focused menu — just five appetizers and five entrees.