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Doro Bet


4533 Baltimore Ave, Philadelphia
Earn 3X Points

We’re pretty much going steady with University City’s Doro Bet. The Sami Dan music they play has infiltrated our dreams, the bright walls covered in African art is now our lock screen, and we’re thinking of proposing to the chefs after eating a plate of doro wot. The casual counter-service spot has plenty of plants, a big picture window near the front, and a handful of tables where you can devour the pillowy mac and cheese, smothered wings, or Teff flour fried chicken. It’s our new go-to for a quick lunch or casual weeknight meal when we’re craving peppery stewed chicken that falls off the bone. Open every day of the week (outside of Tuesdays), head there when you want incredible Ethiopian food, and rethink your (restaurant) relationship status. 

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