Events / Restaurants / South Philadelphia

Edible World Food Tour Coming to South Philadelphia

Ellen Yin Leads Next Edible World Food Tour Fork Owner Creates Eclectic Walk First Person Arts has devoted itself to telling real-life Philadelphia stories. Many of those stories lie in the foods of the various neighborhoods of the city. For the next quarterly Edible World Tour, Ellen Yin, owner and founder of Fork Restaurant and author of Forklore, … Continue reading

Local Food Resources / North Philly

Otolith Sustainable Seafood

I haven’t used this service, but apparently there is a Community Sponsored Seafood service right here in Philadelphia. I got the scoop on Twitter today, of course. Otolith Sustainable Seafood is a family-owned business based in the Kensington section of Philadelphia.  They offer seafood À la carte , wholesale, or via CSS (Community Sponsored Seafood). … Continue reading

press / Twitter

Philly Grub is one of 55+ Foodies to Follow on Twitter!

Thank you Mashable for including us on your list of Twitter Foodies! We’re a food-crazed bunch happy to share and discuss food with others. Click image to see list of other Foodies to follow! Marilyn JohnsonThe Doyenne of Delicious in Philadelphia and South Jersey. Philadelphia Food Marketing & PR. Email: ✌ Continue reading

Food Websites / General

Veggie Trader

A lot of people make fun of my Twitter “habit”, but just tonight I was informed, via Twitter, about a cool site called Veggie Trader. It’s a site where if you’re looking for local produce: you join, enter your zipcode and see what your neighbors have available. Fresh fruits, veggies, and other things your neighbors … Continue reading

Food Network

Food Network Humor’s Take on $10 Dinners with Melissa d’Arabian

I totally missed the show today, but thanks to Food Network Humor, I got the 411. Suddenly, I don’t feel so bad about missing it. Absolutely hilarious review! Marilyn JohnsonThe Doyenne of Delicious in Philadelphia and South Jersey. Philadelphia Food Marketing & PR. Email: ✌ Continue reading

Center City / Jobs / Jose Garces / Restaurants / Rittenhouse Square / Stephen Starr

Looking for a food service job?

New IHOP in Center City A new IHOP will be opening in Center City Philly. The location is at Walnut & Juniper. They are currently taking applications for employment and interviewing at a temporary office on 16th Street (at Walnut) – next door to the Starbucks. Village Whiskey now Hiring Looking for a front of … Continue reading

Newbold / Point Breeze / Reviews / Sandwiches / South Philadelphia

Fried Flounder Hoagie FTW!

I’ve been living in Newbold/Point Breeze for 7 months now. I’ve passed by 16th Street Seafood and had been curious about it. While I’m not a huge seafood fan, I do love fish – fresh, fried, baked, raw. Yummy! Anyways, I was not in the mood to make lunch today and this place immediately came … Continue reading

Food Network / TV

Congratulations to the Next Food Network Star Melissa

Man I love the Food Network. I also love competition shows. I’ve been watching The Next Food Network Star since the beginning. I’ve pretty much called the winner every season not long after the season starts. This season is no exception. I knew that a woman would have to win this season. Out of the … Continue reading