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Here are the newest businesses to debut in Philadelphia

Interested in checking out the freshest new spots in Philadelphia? From a boxing joint to a place to score cheesesteaks, read on to see the newest spots to arrive recently.

Juniper Muay Thai

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Stroll past 2019 S. Juniper St., Floor 2 in East Passyunk and you'll find Juniper Muay Thai, a new Muay Thai and boxing spot.

In addition to Muay Thai, classes include kids programs, women's kickboxing and strength and conditioning sessions. You can also schedule a private or small-group session.

Yelper Chris J. shared, "The guys running this place have a ton of fight experience and know exactly how to run a gym. Good fundamentals. Effective technique. Nothing extra. Good vibes only. It's really been a great place for me to train."

Kasumi Sushi

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Now open at 2201 Penrose Ave., Suite 3 in Packer Park is Kasumi Sushi, a Japanese spot and sushi bar.

On the menu, you'll find soups, salads and appetizers, like edamame and gyoza. In addition to a wide variety of sushi rolls, featured dishes include teriyaki, tempura, fried rice and noodles. 

Yelper F. S. left this enthusiastic review: "Man, what a little gem of a place! The prices are very reasonable, and the service was excellent. We had the sushi and sashimi combo. Yummy. The fish was generously sized and tasted fresh."

Marino Bros. Cheesesteaks

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An Old City newcomer, Marino Bros. Cheesesteaks is a spot to score cheesesteaks and more located in The Bourse Marketplace at 111 S. Independence Mall East.

Try The Works sandwich with mushrooms, roasted peppers and onions. Chicken cheesesteaks are also available. The Rustica side of the menu offers artisan sandwiches like the Marino's Gobbler, featuring house-roasted and sliced whole turkey breast, cranberry-apple spread, turkey gravy and classic stuffing with onions and celery. You can also order a rotisserie chicken. Beverages include soft drinks and draft beer. 

Yelper Z. C. wrote, "Marino's is pretty much the best cheesesteak in the Old City/Independence Park/East Market District now, beating out the decent Sonny's and the historic mainstay Campos."


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