Old World Charm in Northern Liberties
At Koo Zee Doo, in Northern Liberties, husband and wife team David Gilberg and Carla Goncalves, present globally-inspired Portuguese flavors and techniques, while Northern Liberties provides an eclectic backdrop for the three-bell BYOB.Continue Reading >>
- The chef’s five-course tasting menu is available nightly for $50 per person.
- The tables in the elevated bay window gives diners an unobstructed view of the dining room as well as an ideal people watching perch facing 2nd Street.
- Piri Piri, Koo Zee Doo’s house-made hot sauce, is available for sale at seven dollars a bottle.
Good to Know
- Koo Zee Doo is a BYOB.
- The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig LeBan awarded it a Three Bell review, in January 2010.
·For a white variety, try a Vinho Verde, or “green wine” like the 2007 Arca Nova. It’s young and crisp and pairs well with seafood.
·Red Portuguese table wines are pretty common, but if you can’t find something you like, try a Spanish wine like the Faustino Crianza Rioja 2007, a light, subtly spicy, fruity red.
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