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Valarie Safran

  1. Empire Building
    Turney and Safran Bringing Red-Saucer Little Nonna’s to the Former FishThere’s still no word on what will go into the larger Rhino Bar space around the corner.
  2. Rumor Mill
    Some Scant Details Emerge on What’s Going on at the Former Fish and Rhino BarThe revelation only deepens the mystery.
  3. Chef Shuffle
    Ex-Stateside Chef George Sabatino Headed to Morgan’s Pier This SpringHis menu will debut when the riverfront hot-spot reopens in May.
  4. Rumor Mill
    Marcie Turney and Valarie Safran Taking Over the Former Fish SpaceThe power couple’s bid for the Fish space is just one of several rumors we’ve heard in recent weeks.
  5. Sweet News
    Did LaBan Just Throw Down the Dessert Gauntlet?The Inquirer critic says Magpie’s pie is really, really good.
  6. The Other Critics
    Ring-a-Ding-Ding: Jamonera Scores Three Bells; ‘There Is Hope’ ForRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  7. Booze You Can Use
    Booze to Flow at BindiThe BYOB could be pouring drinks before summer’s end.
  8. Accolades
    Barbuzzo’s Marcie Turney and Valarie Safran Get Recognition From the AIAThe Barbuzzo owners are being recognized for playing a lead role in the transformation of the Midtown Village neighborhood in recent years.
  9. Lists
    Travel+Leisure Looks Beyond Barbuzzo to Find BYOB LolitaLolita scores with the magazine’s editors as the seek out this country’s best BYOBs.
  10. Sweet News
    Barbuzzo Bundles Its Budino in Two-PacksThe dessert that’s built up a cult following will be available in two-packs for Valentine’s Day.
  11. Empire Building
    After Barbuzzo, What’s Next for Turney and Safran?What’s next for Midtown Village’s most prolific restaurateurs?
  12. Sweet News
    Barbuzzo Bundles Budino Sixers, But They’re No BargainThe addictive dessert is available now in a convenient carry out six pack.
  13. Deals
    Bindi’s Thali Tuesday Is Still One of the Best $20 You’ll SpendThe Tuesday night dining deal puts forth a tremendous amount of food for a small amount of cash.