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What's Happening in:  Newbold 

How to love Hardena’s even more

“I’m going to be real frank- if you are incapable of being a nice person because of things we have no control over, please don’t order from us- we really don’t want your money! For the rest of you, we love you guys and will continue to serve you with lots of love and food” – Hardena’s Facebook




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What's Happening in:  Newbold 

Philadelphia Neighborhoods: 5 great Southeast Asian restaurants

A version of this post was published in partnership with PhiladelphiaNeighborhoods.com, a project of Temple University’s journalism program.

By Christasia Tiease Wilson and Greta W. Iverson


Nhan is the owner of Cafe Nhan

Nhan is the owner of Cafe Nhan at 1620 W. Passyunk Ave.

South Philly has always been bustling with new cultures. With new immigrants, traditions and families, different types of restaurants have been introduced to the community. For those who wish to try something different, there are a ton of highly accessible restaurants with authentic cuisines from Southeast Asia. Whether you’re in Point Breeze, Newbold or Girard Estates, there’s probably a Southeast Asian restaurant within walking distance.

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What's Happening in:  Newbold 

Perfect timing for Newbold Neighbors to meet at Hardena restaurant

So, last night. you may have heard about this guy who did a travel show about Philly (Anthony Bourdain, first episode of “The Layover”). He happened to mention, among probably two dozen other suggestions, to check out Hardena, at 1754 Hicks Street, around the corner from the South Philadelphia Tap Room. Well, you can check this one off your list this week and support a good cause at the same time.

The Newbold Neighbors Association is hosting a restaurant night/fundraiser at Hardena on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. And if Bourdain plus meeting your neighbors aren’t enough, the restaurant has gotten some of the best reviews on Yelp that we’ve ever seen.

Pic from Mac and Cheese

Tickets are $15 per person, and you get to enjoy delicious Indonesian cuisine along with the chance to win awesome raffle prizes. The NNA recommends that you bring a take-out container, because seating space will be limited. A portion of the ticket price will help fund the NNA’s efforts in the neighborhood.

- Kira Wolfson, @kirapocket

But huh? This is Newbold. Yep, we’re branching out. If you spot something in Newbold you’re curious about, email us at punk@passyunkpost.com and we’ll give you the skinny.


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