Food

Anybody who hangs around South Street in Queen Village knows that, from a culinary standpoint, it’s hard to find something relatively quick and reasonably priced that isn’t in some way, shape or form related to cheese-steaks, pizza, wings or bar food. Which is why we are happy to see something like Puyero, 524 S. Fourth St., open up shop.

Situated across the street from Philly AIDS Thrift @ Giovanni’s Room, Pinefish is really giving off an Antiques Row vibe.

The comfortable and retro psychedelic aesthetic comes across more like a hookah lounge than a seafood restaurant but it works, whether one is there for an informal happy hour for $1 oysters and clams or for a full dinner in the form of Pinefish’s three- or four-course prix-fixe winter lobster menu.

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, you might want to consider the sharable nature of dim sum for your romantic night out.Philly restaurateur and chef Jane Guo has expanded upon her influence with the recently opened Dim Sum House by Jane G, 3939 Chestnut St. The venue offers a robust menu of dim sum and other familiar and traditional Asian dishes.

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