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Philadelphia Offers Immigrant Entrepreneurs This 1 Major Advantage Over New York and San Francisco

The pita is fragrant, tender, and warm enough to soften the wedge of Cabot butter it enfolds. Restaurateur Michael Solomonov eats sitting at the bar of Abe Fisher , his shrine to foods of the Jewish diaspora, on a narrow, crowded street in Center City, Philadelphia. He has fetched the bread from Dizengoff , his specialty hummus restaurant next door, which also supplies Goldie , his falafel spot one block over. Goldie perches above The Rooster , a hipster deli that donates 100 percent of its profits to Broad Street Ministry , a local philanthropic organization. The Rooster specializes […]

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