Glass one of the few pâtissiers in the category who is not currently working in New York, and one of only two who are self-taught.
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Philly Reps Hard with Multiple James Beard Media Finalists; Not So Much In Restaurant and Chef Categories
Of course Marc Vetri made the cut with his eponymous restaurant.
Mrs. Top-Chef-Champ cooked up a winner with her take on a lemon tart.
It's the first time since 2004 that the industry publications has focused on Philadelphia, its chefs and restaurants.
The accolades just keep on coming.
It's not so bad, at least we're not all living in Cleveland.
Last year alone, Vetri and his team raised more than $1 million for the childhood cancer foundation.
Leonti often posts drool-woorthy photos to Twitter under the handle VetriCucina.
Too bad the editors had to put it all in the context of cheesesteaks.
Sbraga earns high marks for great food and reasonable prices.
It's great news, but we're still sad that the riverfront hot-spot is closed until next spring.
Vetri Culinary Juggernaut Rolls Into Bon Appetit; Nighttime Is the Right Time For the Khyber-Royal-Cantina Crew
Vetri, and one of his proteges gets named, and the Khyber owners are kings of late night.
The Stateside chef won the brewery's culinary competition.
Smoke Truck's traditional take on barbecue secured a win for Coates and his partner.
A string of positive reviews, a "Best of Philly" award, and a visit from Anthony Bourdain propels the Stateside chef into the stratosphere.
She joins the likes of Thomas Keller and Charlie Trotter.
Plus: Fish reels in Sunday brunch; and Johnny Brenda's serves up saisons.
The curious case of the dining institution's supposed Michelin rating continues.
Ralph's once counted Theodore Roosevelt as a loyal devotee.
Not too shabby for a bunch of cheesesteak slingers.