No doubt the city's craft cocktail movement still has legs to stagger on, but this whole speakeasy schtick is yesterday's news.
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The pairing lacks the excitement that makes pop-ups so popular, so what's the point?
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‘Cinnamon Challenge’ Stirs Fear and Panic For Parents and School Officials; Proposed Budget Cuts Will Eliminate Tests For Deadly Pathogens in Fruits and Vegetables
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Newly Adopted New Jersey Law Allows Direct Wine Shipments; The Pride of Pottsville Is Now America’s Largest Beer Maker
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NJ Gov. Chris Christie Loves Donuts and His Wife; Americans to Get Even Fatter as Burger King Flirts with Delivery Service
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The Roots drummer inserts himself into the food trend fray.
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An $800,000 Donation Brings an Oasis to Chester’s Food Desert; Americans to Gobble Up Thanksgiving Take-Out Like Never Before
Plus: Vegetable desserts could become a thing soon; and your dad or your clutter could be to blame for you weight, all in our morning news roundup.
The new restaurant is a collaboration between Stephen Starr and his longtime menu development director, Chris Painter.
Marc Vetri Raises the Bar For ‘Nice Guy’ Chefs; With Latin Cocktails Rise Comes the Inevitable ‘Tequila Rager’
Plus: Eva Longoria lends her name to a documentary about migrant labor; and Krispy Kreme gives way to Kripsy Skremes for Halloween, all in our morning news roundup.
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The most overblown foodie trend ever scores ink in 'F&W' with a poetic twist.
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While pie may not be catching on as predicted, the time seems right for doughnuts.
In what we hope is the first of many freelance pieces for the Inquirer, Nichols calls the hackneyed concept "tiresome."