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Just a great place in Philadelphia. Craig Laban, the eminent Inquirer food critic gives it a rare perfect 4 bells.  They serve a modern American cuisine in small plates, large plates, topped toast appetizers (waaaay better than it sounds), and roasted meats.  Last night I had a lemongrass pork sausage small plate and a venison tenderloin in a foie demiglace sauce with roasted cauliflower puree, roasted florettes and shaved cauliflower.  Fantastic meal.  Others had kampachi, potato pave, uni scrambled eggs, smoked trout, tuna bolognese, and I forget what else.

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Thanks for the bump. Vernick and/or Vernick Fish are on our short list for a trip to Philly later this year, virus(s) willing.

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3 minutes ago, Alex said:

Thanks for the bump. Vernick and/or Vernick Fish are on our short list for a trip to Philly later this year, virus(s) willing.

Let me know before you go. I'll give a list of the good places.

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