Philly Foodie Friday — August 28
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Philly Foodie Friday — August 28

Happy Philly Foodie Friday! Here are some of our favorite Philly food news stories that made headlines the week of August 23rd. Bud & Marilyn’s Opened To Much Fanfare (The Insider) This restaurant has my name all over it, literally (my name is Marilyn)! But seriously, everything from the retro decor to the nostalgic menu, this new … Continue reading

Waffle Mania: Belgian Liege Waffles Are Having Their Moment in Philadelphia
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Waffle Mania: Belgian Liege Waffles Are Having Their Moment in Philadelphia

National Waffle Day was on Monday, August 24th. I’m a bit backed up on writing so I missed the opportunity to write about waffles on that day. Let’s face it, though, waffles — specifically Belgian Liège waffles — are kinda “in” right now and Philadelphia is catching on. Liège waffles, also known as “sugar waffles,” come from the streets of … Continue reading

Philly Soul Brunch at Gunners Run Labor Day Weekend
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Philly Soul Brunch at Gunners Run Labor Day Weekend

Brunch is the quintessential weekend meal in Philadelphia and there are literally hundreds of options in the city. Usually it’s all about the food, but Philly Soul Brunch at Gunners Run (1001 N. 2nd Street) in the Piazza is looking to shake that up over Labor Day Weekend. If you’re planning on heading to the Made in … Continue reading

The Afternoon Tea is Back at The Ritz Carlton
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The Afternoon Tea is Back at The Ritz Carlton

DECEMBER 2017 UPDATE: Ritz-Carlton Holiday Tea ~ Enjoy a selection of tea and sparkling wine, an assortment of savory finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and a variety of handmade pastries by our Ritz-Carlton Chefs. December 10 and 16. 3 pm, Limited 40 seats available per day. $75 per person :ad pic.twitter.com/YAIxO3DutM — PhillyChitChat (@HughE_Dillon) December … Continue reading

Clambakes & Crab Boils Oh My!
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Clambakes & Crab Boils Oh My!

New England By Way of Philadelphia? If you’re a fan of clambakes, you’ll be happy to hear that New England-style clambakes and other seafood-centered dinners are popping up in Philly. Clambakes are chock-full of delicious steamed lobsters, clams, shrimp, and sometimes other seafood like crabs, mussels and oysters. Sausage, corn and potatoes often accompany an … Continue reading

Local Vittles: Mompops Gourmet Frozen Pops from West Chester, PA
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Local Vittles: Mompops Gourmet Frozen Pops from West Chester, PA

Like most local food products, I initially discovered Mompops on Twitter. Not sure if I started following them first or they started following me first, but they caught my attention either way. Finding dairy-free frozen treats always makes the lactose-intolerant in me happy! Last month when I was at Whole Foods Cherry Hill, I happened … Continue reading

Brûlée Bakery and Tango Restaurant To Team Up For Gluten-Free Pop-Up Dinner
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Brûlée Bakery and Tango Restaurant To Team Up For Gluten-Free Pop-Up Dinner

Living gluten-free out of necessity or choice? Here’s an exciting event coming up on the Main Line. Bryn Mawr, PA-based Brûlée Bakery and Tango Restaurant will collaborate for a special gluten-free pop-up dinner on Thursday, October 1 between 4:30 PM and 9:30 PM. The all gluten-free prix-fixe menu will feature 3 courses at $38/person. Drinks, tax … Continue reading

Philly Foodie Friday — August 14
Philly Food News

Philly Foodie Friday — August 14

Happy Philly Foodie Friday! Here are some of our favorite Philly food news stories that made headlines the week of August 9th. Bottle Shop BeerLOVE is Now Open at 714 South 4th Street Queen Village beer lovers can now pick up local, craft and import beers at BeerLOVE, an independent bottle shop, located on S. 4th Street, across … Continue reading

Former Local Chef, Hell’s Kitchen Season 7 Contestant, Siobhan Allgood Needs Help
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Former Local Chef, Hell’s Kitchen Season 7 Contestant, Siobhan Allgood Needs Help

If you’re a fan of Gordon Ramsay’s cooking competition reality show Hell’s Kitchen, you may recall Season 7 contestant, local chef Siobhan Allgood. She was eliminated in the 8th episode. Formerly Executive Chef of McKenna’s in Fairmount, she went on to cook for disgraced Chef Alex Capasso’s West Side Gravy (formerly Blackbird) at 714 Haddon Avenue in Collingswood. … Continue reading

Prime Stache AYCE Pasta Night Starts August 16
Old City / Pasta

Prime Stache AYCE Pasta Night Starts August 16

Attention spaghetti lovers! Beginning this Sunday, August 16th, and every other Sunday after that, Old City American Bistro Prime Stache (110 Chestnut Street) will be doing “Italian Night” featuring All-You-Can-Eat Pasta for $25/person. The $25 special includes spaghetti and homemade meatballs with sausage gravy and tomato basil sauce. Bread and salad is also included in the … Continue reading