Accolades from Far and Wide

Supper | New York Times

Despite starting the column with a cheesesteak reference we enjoyed reading about Supper, Barbuzzo, JG Domestic and Fish in the New York Times Travel section.  [New York Times]

USA Today’s Travel section lists ten great rooftop bars including the Continental Midtown’s. [USA Today]

Tim Zagat named Fond as the top up and coming restaurant in Philadelphia. [Today Show via Grub Street]

The Clover Club cocktail recipe from the Franklin makes Details list of winter drinks. [Details]

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  • Jojoloupis

    Sorry, but am I the only one that hated the NYTimes article? It was like, “Hey, Philadelphia started not eating at McDonald’s last week. Good job, little guy! You might know something about a food trend or two, but nothing we haven’t known for years. Only some of your food is horrible now!” Really, am I taking it too personally? I love New York, so I’m not just a hater, but I did hate that article.

  • barryg

    I think you’re taking it too personally, NYT has written many nice articles about Phila as a food and tourist destination, even an article about E. Passyunk last summer. Nearly all take the “there’s more than just cheesesteaks” tone, which is annoying, but New Yorkers basically turn their nose up at the rest of the world so I wouldn’t take it personally.

    We’ve had a lot of great food here for a while, but it really is only over the past 2 years or so where there are literally dozens of accessible restaurants to recommend to visitors, at all price points.

  • Jimmy

    Supper hasn’t been good in three years.