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With a 100-bottle wine list and a beautiful, sophisticated setting, Vedge has attracted a passel of non-vegan foodie fans. Chefs follow the seasons so closely, you won't even need a calendar to know what month it is; asparagus means May, tomatoes signify July, and November is all about the butternut squash.
What to order: Frequent diners love the Portobello Carpaccio (pictured), a roasted and smoked portobello mushroom shaved paper-thin and served with an arugula mustard.
Vedge, Philly; 1221 Locust St., Philadelphia, PA; 215-320-7500
Photo credit: www.vedgerestaurant.com
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