Mike Klein covers the region’s restaurant and food news beat.

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Angelo Pizza is his name, and he just opened a shop in Old City Philadelphia

Bored with the insurance business, Angelo Pizza got into the family business, opening a shop of his own on Market Street in Old City.

Kaiseki, a sushi delivery service that started during the pandemic, gets a Spring Arts home

Andy Bernard had been wowing sushi fans since last spring, when he lost his job at a sushi restaurant. Now he and a partner have set up a place inside a building at 990 Spring Garden St.

Here are some of the Philly-area restaurants that have closed in 2020

The Philadelphia region’s restaurant scene is in constant motion, even without a pandemic.

Le Virtu, Gabi, and Devil’s Den are latest Philly restaurants temporarily closing

Posh restaurants and a corner bar join the list of temporary shutdowns.

Good Pizza’s charity campaign soars after Barstool’s viral Instagram post

Ben Berman’s hobby? Baking pizzas and giving them away in exchange for donations to charity.

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$5 for a cheeseburger, fries, and drink? That’s the meal deal from these South Philly food carts.

The $5 Fresh Burger Stop is two longtime friends’ reaction to the pandemic.

Pa. bans most alcohol sales at restaurants and bars the night before Thanksgiving; Gov. Murphy discusses viral dining encounter

“This week’s data, in terms of hospitalization increase, an increase in the use of ventilators, case increase and percent positivity are worrisome,” Secretary of Health Rachel Levine said Monday.

Pennsylvania bans on-premises wine, beer, and liquor sales at restaurants and bars on Thanksgiving Eve

Health Secretary Rachel Levine ordered alcohol sales at bars and restaurants to shut down at 5 p.m. Thanksgiving eve, one of the busiest nights of the year for service industry.

With indoor dining shut down, some Philadelphia restaurants are closed until next year

Following the city's announcement, restaurants have elected to bow out till next year rather than rely on takeout and delivery.