Live Nation Introduces Impossible Burger at Philly Area Amphitheaters
Burgers / Vegan / Vegetarian

Live Nation Introduces Impossible Burger at Philly Area Amphitheaters

For the 2018 summer concert season, Live Nation has introduced the Impossible Burger to 37 owned and operated amphitheaters in the U.S., including at multiple Philly metro amphitheaters such as Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing, making this the first time the plant-based burger has been offered in a concert space. As part of our ongoing commitment … Continue reading

Puyero Venezuelan Flavor July Specials
South Street / Venezuelan

Puyero Venezuelan Flavor July Specials

By Amaris Pollock, special correspondent to Philly Grub There is something special to be said of foods that are more ethnic in origin, and the reason why is the bold flavors and interesting combinations that are used to create them. Recently I was invited to try out Puyero Venezuelan Flavor’s special menu item, each bringing … Continue reading

Louie Louie Bistro & Bar Brings a Taste of European Cafes to University City
Openings / University City

Louie Louie Bistro & Bar Brings a Taste of European Cafes to University City

Fearless Restaurants will debut Louie Louie Bistro & Bar Wednesday, July 11 at the Inn at Penn across from the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. Louie Louie Bistro & Bar is an American bistro with a French flair. The menu will feature influences from European cafes and bistros and … Continue reading

Enjoy a Delicious New BurgerFi Chicken Avocado BLT and donate to a great cause too!
Burgers / Center City

Enjoy a Delicious New BurgerFi Chicken Avocado BLT and donate to a great cause too!

By Amaris Pollock, special correspondent to Philly Grub BurgerFi served a brand-new sandwich concept for the first time in its history! The awesome new Chicken Avocado BLT was launched on July 2nd, 2018.  As with all of their food offerings, they make the sandwich made-to-order with meats that are fresh and never frozen. I was … Continue reading