Nunzio by Chef Michael DeLone, a Collingswood mainstay reimagined
Collingswood NJ / Fine Dining / Reviews

Nunzio by Chef Michael DeLone, a Collingswood mainstay reimagined

Last November, Chef Michael DeLone, a Manayunk resident, stepped into very big shoes at Nunzio’s Ristorante Rustico in Collingswood. The former sous chef of the legendary South Jersey Italian restaurant took over full ownership from former owner Nunzio Patruno, who owned and operated Nunzio’s for 18 years. Nunzio by Chef Michael DeLone features a new … Continue reading

A Look at Hook & Master
Chefs / Fishtown / Pizza / Reviews

A Look at Hook & Master

Hook & Master, a new Chicago Tavern-style pizzeria at 2nd & Master in Fishtown/Olde Kensington, results from a new partnership between James Beard Award-Winning/Iron Chef Jose Garces and pizza guru Steven Seibel. In addition to ambitious pizza offerings (3 styles!), the concept also features tiki drinks, craft beer, and small antipasti-style dishes.  If you’ve read … Continue reading

Terron East Falls: A Local’s Rave Review (Guest Post)
East Falls / Reviews / Vegan

Terron East Falls: A Local’s Rave Review (Guest Post)

This article was submitted by reader Shannon Mahoney. Nearly a year ago, I was frequenting a small vegan café (Milo) on Conrad Street in East Falls every weekend while looking to purchase a home in the neighborhood. This local vegan joint was not part of the reason I chose the East Falls neighborhood, but it … Continue reading

Iconic Steak 38 Restaurant Still Sizzles in Cherry Hill
Cherry Hill NJ / Reviews / Steakhouses

Iconic Steak 38 Restaurant Still Sizzles in Cherry Hill

Steak 38 has been a South Jersey steakhouse staple on Route 38 in Cherry Hill for nearly 27 years. While ownership has recently changed hands and a new Executive Chef is handling the day-to-day operations in the kitchen, the influences of former legendary Chef and owner Joe Di’Amore remain. New owner Rich Parillo doesn’t want … Continue reading

Autumn-Inspired Root & Vine Menu at Seasons 52
Cherry Hill NJ / Reviews

Autumn-Inspired Root & Vine Menu at Seasons 52

Now through November 18th, the Autumn-inspired Root & Vine menu at Seasons 52 features three-courses using the freshest ingredients the season has to offer, like mushrooms, apples, pumpkin and more. Entrees are prepared using oak-fire grilling and brick oven-roasting to be naturally lighter and under 595 calories allowing diners to enjoy the robust flavors of … Continue reading

Roman-Style Pizza in Philadelphia at Rione
Pizza / Reviews / Rittenhouse Square

Roman-Style Pizza in Philadelphia at Rione

I have to admit before Rione opened, I don’t believe I had heard of “Roman-style” pizza, or pizza al taglio. Then again, I’m not a pizza aficionado. According to Wikipedia: Pizza al taglio or pizza al trancio is a variety of pizza baked in large rectangular trays, and generally sold in rectangular or square slices … Continue reading

A Look at Louie Louie Bistro & Bar
American / French / Reviews / University City

A Look at Louie Louie Bistro & Bar

Louie Louie Bistro & Bar located at the Inn at Penn across from the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania opened a couple of months ago to much fanfare and with good reason. It is a truly stunning restaurant. The interior was designed by Philadelphia based Rohe Creative who … Continue reading

Banjara Indian Bistro in Chestnut Hill
Chestnut Hill / Indian / Reviews

Banjara Indian Bistro in Chestnut Hill

This review was submitted by @GothLauren. Nestled in a little shopping center off of Bethlehem Pike and Germantown Avenue in Historic Chestnut Hill Philadelphia, Banjara Indian Bistro is a warm and inviting Indian BYO located at the top of the hill. Warm tapestries and beading invites the diner inside without feeling too overdone or garish. The menu … Continue reading

Ramen in Manayunk at @Ramen
Manayunk / Ramen / Reviews

Ramen in Manayunk at @Ramen

This review was submitted by @GothLauren. @Ramen is a newish restaurant located at 4357 Main St in Manayunk serving a variety of ramen dishes. When you first walk in, you are greeted with a sparse, modern interior. The entryway is a collage of Japanese cartoons that open into dark wood and chalkboard walls. It’s a very simplistic set up with … Continue reading