Elijah Milligan’s First Menu At Stateside


New chef Elijah Milligan just took over the kitchen at Stateside three days ago, but he’s already putting his stamp on the kitchen. Gone are the pickles, the cheeses and the heavy dependance on charcuterie that characterized George Sabatino’s board, but there are some interesting twists of modernity and locality in evidence here.

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  • Jimmy

    Well that looks awful

  • Dylan

    Foie should be on the dessert menu

  • Tagliatelle

    What does any of this have to do with the domestic concept? Gimmicky, dated, tired .

  • Guest

    wait no more pickles n bacon??? grow up!

  • Looks great

  • TiredNoodles

    I think the menu looks great! Prices seem really low though.

  • Bookwoman

    The price on the Cheswold Lane house needs correcting. Either that, or there’s been one hell of a price chop!

  • ileena

    I am this young mans neighbor and in the midst of a dispute amongst sisters which one mothered his two year old who witnessed the whole ordeal he pulled a gun, cocked it and waved it around threatened these women lives all while his two year old stood in the door screaming. I really pray that this man does not tarnish the reputation of this restaurant. As of now I am boycotting any meals from this restaurant.

    • leih

      That is very very very scary that he has this temper. I googled Philadelphia Public Court records and found this information to be accurate. I am with boycotting a meal from this restaurant.

  • leih

    Well if u go to get a meal from him today you will not be able to because he is locked up for assault with a deadly weapon. #our philly chefs