In this new feature, Restaurant Rows, the Eater Philly team puts together a guide of where to eat and drink on those Philly city blocks that are densely populated with restaurants, bars, and cafes. First up: Baltimore Avenue.
Before the local culinary renaissance started in the mid-90s, Philly only had one real Restaurant Row to speak of on Walnut Street. Now, every neighboorhood has one, and some have two or three. We're kicking off this new feature with a look at Baltimore Avenue in West Philly, where there's something for everyone, whether you're looking for craft beer brewed on-site to wash down a wood-fired pizza or authentic Ethiopian cuisine.
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