Host of the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods, Andrew Zimmern is in town. Yesterday the chef and writer posted photos on his Instagram feed of Rieker’s Prime Meats in Northeast Philadelphia as well as at Le Mandigue, an African restaurant at 6620 Woodland Avenue. That wasn’t Zimmern’s only stop on Woodland Avenue. The gutsy eater tried also ate Liberian grilled chicken from a sidewalk grill.
Today, Zimmern has been spotted at Dizengoff/Abe Fisher on Sansom Street.
If you spot Zimmern and his film crew around town, let us know.
UPDATE: He has also made it across the street for the Solomonov hat trick, he's been seen at Federal Donuts.
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For all of those celebrating Passover, Dizengoff is serving up something special. The Israeli hummusiya allows you to substitute the regular pita with handmade matzah for your hummus.
Head into Dizengoff or over to Caviar where matzah is just a dollar extra.
Cabbage hummus plate at Dizengoff.
First off, no. This is not a joke. Michael Solomonov’s little-hummusiya-that-could, Dizengoff, is extending its hours beginning Wednesday, April 1. At that point, Diz will be open daily until 7 pm (or sell-out)–a full three hours longer than usual, and just in time for warm weather and outdoor seating.
But wait, there’s more…
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