Bars Poster Keeps Selling

hidden-city-bar_sign_print_file_squareThe Philly Bar Signs poster is selling like crazy. The first batch was the fastest selling item not named “dinner with Nick Elmi” in the store’s history. That first batch sold out in a couple of days and we have already made a good dent in our much larger follow-up order.

The poster is 18″ x 24″ and is available for $15 in the Foobooz Store. Also check out the rest of the store for items like the Esslinger and Poth Brewery t-shirts.

Philly Bar Signs [Foobooz Store]

Check Out This Philly Bars Poster

hidden-city-bar_sign_print_file_squareBack in 2012, the fine folk of Hidden City Philadelphia did a post highlighting some of the more interesting classic bar signs from around Philadelphia. A commenter said they would immediately purchase a poster if one was ever offered. And now, that poster is available.

And we at Foobooz are excited to note, that we are offering the poster in the Foobooz Store as well.

The poster is 18″ x 24″ and is available for $15.

Also check out the rest of the Hidden City Mercantile for the “coolest Philly stuff.”

Philly Bar Signs Poster [Foobooz Store]

New in the Foobooz Store: Lew Tendler’s

lew-tendlers-1000We here at Foobooz are excited to announce the latest t-shirt in our partnership with Shibe Vintage Sports, the sports apparel store on 13th Street in Midtown Village. The store is offering a Vintage Brewery and Bar Series of t-shirts that are also available online at the Foobooz Store.

The latest t-shirt is from an old matchbook cover for Lew Tendler’s, a sports bar located at 227 S Broad Street, now home to Varalli and Perch Pub. Tendler is considered one of the best boxers in American history and his bar was an institution from 1932 to 1970.

The t-shirt is a Next Level cotton shirt is incredibly comfortable and will make a great Father’s Day gift. Order now.

More on Lew Tendler, the boxer and the bar »

Perfect for Beer Week: Esslinger’s Little Man

esslingers-1000_largePerfect for Philly Beer Week (or Father’s Day), we’re excited to announce the latest t-shirt in our partnership with Shibe Vintage Sports, the sports apparel store on 13th Street in Midtown Village. The store is offering a Vintage Brewery and Bar Series of t-shirts that are also available online at the Foobooz Store.

This just launched shirt features Esslinger Brewery’s “Little Man,” Philadelphia’s answer to Baltimore’s Mr. Boh.

Get the shirt today at Shibe Vintage or order online from the Foobooz Store.

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Introducing Vintage Beer T-Shirts

poths-brewerytown-400We here at Foobooz are excited to announce a new partnership with Shibe Vintage Sports, the sports apparel store on 13th Street in Midtown Village. The store is offering a Vintage Brewery Series of t-shirts (see what happens when Philly sports teams go in the dumps) and their first shirt represents Poth’s Brewery in Brewerytown.

The shirt features an overhead shot of the Poth’s brewery and the typeface taken off of their old cans. The artwork was done by John Billet of Beer Paste and Philly Beer Scene.

The shirt is available from the Foobooz Store for $25 and shipping is free for a limited time. You can also grab a Poth’s t-shirt and many other great vintage gifts at Shibe’s storefront at 137 South 13th Street.

And if that Poth’s typeface looks familiar to you, it might because it is featured on the wall outside of Fishtown’s Fette Sau.

Som history of Poth’s Brewery »

Side Project Jerky 4-Pack Sale For One Week

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Jerky is the perfect food to stock up on. It’s good on-the-go, it’s good as a snack at your desk after lunch and it’s even better when it’s super fancy, Side Project Jerky.

Starting today, and ending next Tuesday (3/25/14), get four packs of SPJ (two of each: Mongolian and Southwestern) for the price of three. For those of you who like numbers, that’s 25% off for one whole week.

Visit the Foobooz Store, find the four pack, and stock up what you can on jerky, because it’ll be gone before you know it.

SPJ 4PACK [Foobooz Store]

The New Jersey Steak, In Book Form And Meat Form

NJStripThat picture right there? That’s the New Jersey steak, as envisioned by photographer and meat artist Dominic Episcopo in his book Meat America. Pretty cool, right?

For those of you taking bets on exactly how long it would take for a Garden State restaurateur to try and cash in on the idea, the answer is: Today.

At Charley’s Other Brother in Mt. Holly, owner Larry Reisman and his chef figured out a way to hand-cut a sirloin strip into the proper shape and, voila! The New Jersey steak. All through March, Charley’s will be pairing their New Jersey steak with a Flying Fish Exit 4 American trippel for $29.99.

Meanwhile, we’re selling Dominic’s book, Meat America, through the Foobooz Store for just $32.50. And while an entire art book filled with pictures of meat made into things (like, say, New Jersey, or Elvis’s head) is pretty cool, what makes it totally rad is the fact that the entire thing comes packaged like a steak–in a styro tray, wrapped in shrink wrap.

Meat America [Foobooz Store]
Charley’s Other Brother [Official]

Great New Designs at the Foobooz Store

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We’ve got the coolest t-shirts in Philadelphia:

When we did round one of our Starving Artist Series, artist Justin Rentzel came up with some awesome stuff. We liked it so much we asked him to design our very own Foobooz Starving Artist t-shirt. And that, he did. It’s a Philadelphia Food Pyramid, complete with Schmidts beer, whiskey and lots and lots of pork. It will only be available for a limited time, so order yours now

And while we’re on the subject of t-shirts »

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