Thursday, April 10, 2008

Philly’s Upscale Cuban Spots Get Some Love From The Wall Street Journal

the lounge at alma de cuba in philadelphia"Philadelphia's restaurant renaissance was born in the late 1990s, and it shows little sign of slowing down. One of the charms of the city's foodie scene is the number of upscale ethnic restaurants, including a small village's worth of Cuban and Latin eateries, which tend to be less stuffy than their power-dining counterparts."

The bar and lounge at Alma de Cuba is, indeed, “like a verandah in perpetual summer dusk.” And that’s a good thing. [ Wall Street Journal ]

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