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Phila restaurant experts: help me find my "Frog" prince!

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I have a night in Philadelphia coming up next month before I go visit Mom in the Dutch country. Staying in the Rittenhouse Square area and trying to find just the right spot for dinner.

La Colombe is on the list for morning coffee of course. But for dinner -- well, I admit to a longing for the old Frog restaurant -- good food, good buzz, etc. Or maybe something like the old Roller's in Chestnut Hill when Allison was the chef (before she moved to Striped Bass). So any suggestions? Anywhere between Broad St. and Fitler Square is fine. Prefer not to go below that area (too bad Deux Cheminees is gone, I would have considered them).

Suggestions? At the moment, I thinking of going back to one of my old haunts -- Friday, Saturday Sunday (can't believe they STILL have cream of mushroom soup on their menu!) or maybe Audrey Claire. But other ideas welcome...and as an alternative, a good sushi bar would be an option. We used to go to one on Sansom Street, but no idea if it's still there and if it's still any good.

Thanks, hon!

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