El Nuevo Día: “Mi abuelo me enseñó a comer bien”: el chef Yun Fuentes lleva a Filadelfia una propuesta culinaria afincada en sus raíces
Bolo, restaurante del chef puertorriqueño, abrió este año en una de las zonas gastronómicas más importantes de esta ciudad
The joyful Latinx energy is infectious at this beautiful restaurant and rum bar near Rittenhouse Square, an inspired modern homage to the flavors of chef-partner Yun Fuentes’ Puerto Rican upbringing.
Tired of being told to drive up to North Philly for Hispanic and Latino flavors? So was chef Yun Fuentes, who debuted BOLO in Rittenhouse earlier this spring.
From its airy front bar and skylit dining room to its menu of Old San Juan Puerto Rico and Cuban fare, every element of Bolo — Philadelphia Chef Yun Josué Fuentes Morales’ new restaurant — is open, communal and forward.
This hot spot in Rittenhouse Square serves as Philadelphia’s newest Latin American dining room and rum bar. Chef Yun Fuentes draws on his Puerto Rican roots for traditional and unexpected takes on the cuisine of Latin America and the Caribbean.
At Bolo in Philadelphia, butter poached whole Maine lobster, lardo, green plantain timbale, mojo isleño.
After a day of shopping in Rittenhouse Square, head to the city’s newest Latin American dining room and rum house Bolo by acclaimed Chef Yun Fuentes. The colorful ambiance and traditional dishes will bring you all the way to Puerto Rico
Bolo is a new Latin American restaurant in Rittenhouse featuring a rum bar on the first floor and Cuban paladars, private homes that open their doors as small family restaurants, on the second.
And top to bottom, it oozes an island vibe.