- Neighborhood: South Philadelphia
- 2340 South Hemberger Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145
- Phone: 215-334-3525
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- Cuisine: Diner
- Alcohol: BYOB
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Cousin’s Grubhouse, which will deep fry any hot dog upon request opened on West Passyunk in early March. Now they’re expanding their hours and adding a few new menu items. Grubhouse is expanding their hours through 7 p.m. on weekdays and adding a Sunday hours from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Among the new items for breakfast are Oreo crusted French toast and Funky Monkey Cakes, chocolate chip pancakes with bananas and caramel sauce. the lunch and dinner menu has also expanded with chicken wings we can vouch for; buffalo garlic, root beer bbq, teriyaki, Jamacian Jerk sauces are available as well as Old Bay lemon pepper or Cajun dry rubs.
NEW HOURS, starting Monday, May 13
Monday – Friday: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturda – 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Until Sunday evening the best definition of a Southwest Philly Floater might have been comedian Chip Chantry’s. But when La Salle’s Tyrone Garland teardropped in his game-winning shot against Ole Miss and propelled his school into the Sweet Sixteen, a name was coined. And at least a couple of locals have already named sandwiches after the winning basket.
At Lil Dan’s food truck, the Southwest Philly Floater is a sour cream and onion chicken wrap. Down on West Passyunk Avenue, La Salle alum and owner of the recently opened Cousin’s Grubhouse, Jim Lord has given a breakfast sandwich of scrapple, pork roll and egg the Southwest Philly Floater monicker.
We’re still waiting for Southwest Philly Floater, the cocktail.
UPDATE: We’ve got cocktails.