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Poke Bowl in Northern Liberties Philadelphia

Poke Bowl in Northern Liberties Philadelphia

Poke Bowl in Northern Liberties Philadelphia

PhillyBite10Northern Liberties Philadelphia, PA - Who could imagine that working as a Naval engineer would lead Mahmoud Chaabane to opening Poke Bowl in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia? Poke, pronounced “po-kay”, is Hawaiian for to section, slice, or cut. This raw fish salad originated in Hawaii as an appetizer or snack, but the trend is catching on quickly for being a healthy, fresh and flavorful meal!

Monarch Philly in Northern Liberties

Monarch Philly in Northern Liberties

Monarch Philly in Northern Liberties

PhillyBite10Looking for a quick escape from the city without having to buy a plane ticket or drive in the car for hours? Check out Monarch Philly in Northern Liberties. Its the best spot to swim, eat, and drink. You’ll feel like you’re off on the coasts of the Mediterranean by their pool with the blue and white decor. Grab a chair, lay back and relax on one of 2 levels.

Revolution House Old City Philadelphia

Revolution House Old City Philadelphia

Revolution House Old City Philadelphia

PhillyBite10Philadelpia PA, Dining and Entertainment In Old City Philadelphia - Unite and Dine. Check out the corner of 2nd and Market Street, Revolution House has the only roof-deck in the Old City neighborhood allowing for a one-of-a-kind view to accompany your dining experience. The menu features signature cocktails and all your favorite dishes re-imagined by Chef Luca Sena, Jr. Revolution House has been a neighborhood staple since opening in 2011, but I recently stopped by to sample their new Spring menu which debuted May 18, 2016.

Rittenhouse Square BYOB: JJ Thai Cuisine

Rittenhouse Square BYOB: JJ Thai Cuisine

Rittenhouse Square BYOB: JJ Thai Cuisine

Rittenhouse Square BYOB: JJ Thai CuisineThe Rittenhouse area has got a new BYO that everyone should know about. JJ Thai opened in February 2016 and they’re creating otherworldly dishes combining French and Thai cuisine. The former location of Bangkok 9 Thai at 2028 Chestnut Street, this restaurant is so much more than what past customers were used to.

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