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Craving Cozy Ethiopian Food? Buna Cafe’s Got You Covered.

This West Philadelphia spot has plenty of vegan and vegetarian options for lovers of lentils, spices, and flavor–packed meals. 

by SRUTHI SRINIVAS

El Jarocho Satisfied My Quest for the Perfect Philly Taco Spot

Enjoy authentic cuisine, a menu with something for everyone, and bountiful portions at this fast–casual Mexican restaurant.

by SAMARA HIMMELFARB

Knockbox Cafe is a Knockout

Heather DeGrands' cafe brings color, community, and delicious food to University City.

by EMILY MAIORANO

Sky Cafe Brings an Authentic Piece of Indonesia to Philadelphia

An underrated restaurant in a South Philly strip mall is putting Indonesian cuisine on the city’s food radar.

by SHEIL DESAI

Ocean Harbor Is the Chinese Restaurant of Your Dreams

This authentic spot in Chinatown serves up dim sum, affordable entrees, and loads of appetizers to try.

by EMMA MARKS

Make Your Way Out to South Philly for ‘Café y Chocolate’ and the Best Brunch in Town

Because as a rule, brunch should involve more chilies.

by JULIA POLSTER

Lulu Cafe brings a modern Taiwanese flair to West Philadelphia

A boba shop with vibrant character both on and off the menu

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Saad’s Halal Restaurant’s Falafels and Sandwiches Are Worth the Trek

Saad’s Halal Restaurant, located at 45th and Walnut streets, has a great atmosphere that serves even greater halal food. 

by JACOB A. POLLACK

Liam's Kitchen Brings the Flavors of Hong Kong Right to Campus

This new food truck provides Penn students with authentic and affordable Chinese food.

by XINYI (CINDY) JIANG

Philly Bagels Are Everything and More

Check out these bagel and breakfast sandwich favorites all over the city.

by SHAHANA BANERJEE

Cash In or Cop Out?

Everyone has a beauty line these days. Here's what makes it authentic or insincere.

by SHAHANA BANERJEE

Ukrainian Influencers Are Using TikTok to Show the Truth

Can social media save the world?

by EMMA MARKS

What's Real and What's Fake?

Gen Z desperately needs media literacy in an era of WarTok, infographics, and false Twitter threads. 

by SHAHANA BANERJEE

Are Fashion Collaborations With Nonprofits Purposeful or a Profit Ploy?

Hermès recently released a scarf in collaboration with Coded by Kids—but how much of the profit is actually being donated?

by SHELBY ABAYIE

Silver Foxes and Old Hags: Why Age Isn’t Just a Number

The commotion surrounding Alexa Demie's age is more harmful than you might think.

by NAIMA SMALL

Baby Mamas, Kylie Jenner, and the Racialized Perception of Single Motherhood

Kylie Jenner is trying to reclaim the label "baby mama." But is that term even hers to reclaim?

by NAIMA SMALL

Stop by Tambayan for Flavorful Filipino Eats

After 21 years of working in Reading Terminal Market, Kathy Mirano has opened up a breathtaking restaurant of her own. 

by ANNA HOCHMAN

BookTok Is Making Books Cool Again

Bookworms are revolutionizing reading, one recommendation at a time.

by SHELBY ABAYIE

Shifting The Fast Fashion Guilt

A peek into the common victim of the fast–fashion mindset

by SHAHANA BANERJEE

Table for One

A newbie's guide to redefining the solo outing through Philadelphia gems

by NATALIA CASTILLO

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