Jezabel’s Studio Argentine Tea Parlor Philadelphia

Jezabel’s Studio Argentine Tea Parlor Philadelphia

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Jezabel’s Studio – The owner of Jezabel’s Café branches out with an Argentine tea parlor serving mate, alfajores and empanadas. Also on offer: crafts, cooking demos and special events. 208 S. 45th Street, (215) 985-2725, jezabelsstudio.comJezabel’s Studio – The owner of Jezabel’s Café branches out with an Argentine tea parlor serving mate, alfajores and empanadas. Also on offer: crafts, cooking demos and special events. 208 S. 45th Street, (215) 985-2725, jezabelsstudio.com

At Jezabel’s Café, chef and owner Jezabel Careaga invites you to enjoy her menu of Argentine specialties lovingly prepared in-house, everyday using only the freshest ingredients. Indulge in an assortment of delectable empanadas, savory vegetable tartas, and alfajores de maizena enrobed in smooth dulce de leche as you sip a frothy cappuccino in the sun-drenched space of Jezabel’s, the original  location is at the corner of 26th and Pine Streets in Philadelphia’s Fitler Square neighborhood.


Native of northwestern Argentina bakes some of the best empanadas in the city. Her entrepreneurial spirit has taken her all the way from South America to Philadelphia, where she’s made a name for herself as one of the most authentic Argentine bakers in town. In addition to the empanadas, served with her signature chimichurri, Careaga’s specialties include scratch-made sweets like alfajores and medialunas. Outside cooking, Careaga is an accomplished woodworker and designer who has built furniture and fixtures for her shops; shoppers can actually purchase original wares at her West Philly location.Chef Jezabel Careaga - Native of northwestern Argentina bakes some of the best empanadas in the city. Her entrepreneurial spirit has taken her all the way from South America to Philadelphia, where she’s made a name for herself as one of the most authentic Argentine bakers in town. In addition to the empanadas, served with her signature chimichurri, Careaga’s specialties include scratch-made sweets like alfajores and medialunas. Outside cooking, Careaga is an accomplished woodworker and designer who has built furniture and fixtures for her shops; shoppers can actually purchase original wares at her West Philly location.

 

 

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