Bon Appetit’s Travel Issue, How to Devour America’s Best Food Cities | Instagram
Philadelphia gets a six page spread in Bon Appetit’s May issue on travel. Bon Appetit’s Editor in Chief himself, Adam Rapoport spends 32 hours in town with co-worker and former 12 Steps Down employee Amiel Stanek. The pair get local help from W/N W/N Coffee Bar co-founder Anthony Fulvio as they eat and drink their way through town.
On the high end, the crew hits Vernick Food and Drink, Zahav, Kensington Quarters and a.kitchen. But they also hit small spots like Stargazy, Philly Style Bagels, Tortilleria San Roman, South Philly Barbacoa and Café Diem.
It’s an impressive 32-hours of food and drink. And at six pages, is as many as any other city is allotted in the issue.
Full list of spots mentioned »
Benjamin Miller at a barbacoa event.
South Philly Barbacoa’s Benjamin Miller has been a vocal supporter of immigrant restaurant workers and he is going to be hosting a series of events to raise awareness and show solidarity with those unable to work legally in the United States. On Monday, November 30th, he is hosting a dinner upstairs at Nomad Pizza. The event will begin at 6:30 with a meet-and-greet, dinner, presentations and live music.
A donation is requested for the dinner and the event will be capped at 50 people. Chefs Nick Macri (La Divisa Meats), Calvin Okunoye (Restaurant Opportunities Center), Cristina Martinez (South Philly Barbacoa) and Elijah Milligan (H2o Kitchen).
Reservations will be accepted starting at noon on Monday, November 16th. Watch the Facebook page for a number to call.
More on the goals of the event »
South Philly Barbacoa is serving tortas this Friday evening.
With their storefront opening, South Philly Barbacoa will host the first of what they plan to be monthly (or bi-monthly) dinner events this Friday. The events will feature artists and food. First up is Isaiah Zagar and street artist Air Rat.
Read more »