SliCE is showing off its new Spring pizza by giving sliCEs away between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. The samples are of the ramp and ricotta pie, made with locally sourced ramps, ricotta, mozzarella, olive oil, garlic, 1732 Meats Garlic Insanity bacon and finished with pine nuts. The pizza is available for a limited time. A small is $17.99, a large is $23.99.
SliCE has locations near Rittenhouse Square, South Philadelphia and Washington Township, NJ.
Photo courtesy Neal Santos
Starting this Monday, May 4, both Zavino locations are doing a new meatless Monday menu, featuring two courses for $15. Choices include appetizers, pastas and pizzas and includes gluten-free options for guests.
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East Passyunk is one of the most bumping of stretches in Philadelphia. And with that energy comes change.
Just this weekend saw the opening of Grace and Pat’s. The owner of Gennaro’s Tomato Pie, Michael Giammarino has opened another BYOB pizzeria at 1533 S 11th Street, across from the fountain on East Passyunk. Giammarino is serving up thicker pizza than the Neapolitan pies he serves at Gennaro’s, but it wouldn’t be fair to call it Sicilian-style.
Today marks the opening of the new location of the Bottle Shop. Previously located at 1837 East Passyunk Avenue is now it is located at 1616 E Passyunk, next to Green Aisle Grocery. The new space is brighter than the original spot. In common, hundreds of beers available by the bottle.
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First Tacconelli’s pizza out of the Navy Yard pizza oven.
Mercer Cafe, the small, beloved Port Richmond eatery, is expanding to the Navy Yard at 15th Street and Kitty Hawk.
The new location will have its grand opening on May 1, offering their breakfast and lunch menu, along with La Colombe Coffee, a grab-and-go market and lunch delivery.
What’s even more exciting is co-owner Dina Woltjen and her brother Vincent Tacconelli have decided to merge their businesses under one roof. The new Mercer Cafe will serve the famous Tacconelli’s pies, with their own brick oven in the cafe.
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Now that we’ve finally had one inarguably spring-y weekend, the new spring menus are really starting to pop up around town. And Bufad (at 1240 Spring Garden Street) isn’t about to be left out of the action.
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Because round is boring? Joe Cicala is rolling out an “underground” selection of his Neapolitan pizzas that will come in playful shapes at his Brigantessa. These pizza shapes are kind of the Lucky Charms marshmallows of the pizza world. Check out Brigantessa’s video where chef Cicala creates the Stella (star shaped) pizza with points stuffed with sheep’s milk ricotta and the Racchetta rolled on one end and stuffed with ricotta. Both of these odd shaped pizzas appear on the menu. Other shapes are only available by customers who are in the know.
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Sunday brunch has returned to Dock Street Brewing Co. The first service was on Sunday, and they’ll be continuing with new menu items, beer cocktails and more.
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First Fridays are great for when you want to wear that trendy buttonless jacket your ex bought you and sip wine while feeling cultured because you’re looking at art, but sometimes all you want is pizza and ice cream. And by sometimes I mean all the time.
Thus, this stroke of genius from Pizza Brain and Little Baby’s Ice Cream: Third Thursdays. Third Thursdays are a monthly collaboration between Pizza Brain, Little Baby’s, and a third local small food business where guests can come and enjoy unique pizza and ice cream flavors for one night only. This month, the third local small business is Abe Fisher, and the menu sounds awesome.
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Get any pizza for half off today | Photo via Zavino
Today, Monday, March 16th, Zavino is celebrating the first birthday of its University City location with half-price pizzas there and at their original Midtown Village locale.
Available for all dine-in guest throughout lunch and dinner, guests will be able to choose any of the pizzas for half off (limit one per person).
Zavino – University City [Foobooz]
Zavino – Midtown Village [Foobooz]
Craig LaBan reviews Capofitto, the new artisan pizza spot in Old City from the team behind Capogiro. He finds the new pizzeria is just what the historic neighborhood needs.
I know, I know. More pizza. Just what Philadelphia needed. But if it’s created with as much dedication to craft as Stephanie and John Reitano bring, one as good as Capofitto can represent a quality-of-life improvement. And these two bring the same commitment to the details of authenticity that elevates the gelati at their Capogiro chain far beyond mere ice cream.
Two Bells – Very Good
Capofitto is a welcome addition to Old City [Philadelphia Inquirer]