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An Anti-Beer-Garden Guide to Philly; LaBan Reviews Volver

Dirty Frank's: a windowless Philly classic.
Dirty Frank's: a windowless Philly classic.
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AVENUE OF THE ARTSInquirer critic Craig LaBan has finally weighed in on Jose Garces' Volver — and, well, he wasn't too impressed. He followed up in a live chat this week, and we rounded up the highlights of that, too.

FITLER SQUARE — Mega-popular Tria Cafe is expanding to Fitler Square. The cheese, wine, and beer specialists already have locations in Rittenhouse and Wash West.

MEALS ON WHEELS — Here all the details on Luscious Bakery, a new brunch-inspired food truck serving up baked goods from a former rocket scientist.

PHILADELPHIA — Lots of you have been going crazy for beer gardens this summer. For the rest of you, we've put together an incomprehensive anti-beer-garden guide to Philly, full of our favorite places to drink while avoiding the harsh light of day.

· Eater Philly [philly.eater]