Seafood Boil at Morgan’s Pier

morgans-pier-seafood-dinnerToday, Thursday, September 11th, Morgan’s Pier and chef David Gilberg will be offering a $30 seafood dinner for the Pier’s annual Seafood Boil. Included on the boil will be blue crabs, shrimp, littleneck clams, and mussels. There will also be corn, slaw and cobbler.

A la carte supplementary items will also be available.

Reservations are strongly encouraged.

Morgan’s Pier [Foobooz]

Allagash Debut and Clamfest Tonight at SPTR

Allagash Clam FestThe South Philly Tap Room will be hosting a clam fest tonight, beginning at 5 p.m., which will feature an al a carte menu and debut the Allagash Evora beer from Maine.

Scott Schroeder’s menu includes a fried clam roll, pork and clam steamers, grill clams, raw clams and more. At 7:30 p.m., Allagash founder Rob Tod will be arriving to join the debut.

South Philadelphia Tap Room [Foobooz]

Treemont Gets Two Bells

Photo by Alex Tewfik

Photo by Alex Tewfik

This weekend, Craig LaBan reviewed Chip Roman’s The Treemont and wonders where all the diners are. Scared off by an unusual deadspot in Center City or dissuaded from the Cheesecake Factory construction site down the block? But for those who have made it in the doors, there are rewards.

If Roman has the financial fortitude to endure the leaner months, the Treemont has the ingredients to become, with refining (and maybe some noise-proofing), a reliable, fine-dining hideaway with quality entrees, fairly priced in the mid-$20s.

Two Bells – Very Good (93 decibels)

Treemont mystery: Good food, few eaters [Philadelphia Inquirer]
The Treemont [Foobooz]

Philadelphia Is Getting Crabby

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Philadelphia is getting crabby and it isn’t because the Eagles lost (thank goodness). We’ve been spotting crab specials pop up around town. Corner Foodery is offering snow crabs for $9.99 per pound or three blue crabs for $9.99. Each order of blue crabs gets a free 12-ounce draft. And tonight, from 5 to 7 p.m. tonight, the deal works in reverse. Buy a beer and get an order of free crabs.

More crab specials » 

So Much Lobster at London Grill

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August in Fairmount means lobster galore at London Grill, and there’s plenty of drawn butter to go around. The bar and main dining room will offer a special menu celebrating summers favorite crustacean. From the kitchen you can expect a lobster bisque garnished with crème fraiche ($8), the classic New England lobster roll with hand-cut fries  ($20) and a savory lobster cheesecake ($14), a cream cheese spread of lobster, peppers and seasonings served with crostini.

If you’re in the mood for something more akin to what they’re serving in Maine, sit down for the three-course New England dinner. Guests start with a house salad, followed by a 1 ¼ pound steamed whole lobster and corn on the cob (with drawn butter of course) and finish with a house-baked berry buckle. The dinner is $32 per person.

London Grill [Official]

DIY Down the Shore: Luke Palladino’s Stuffed Lobster

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Maine is a bit of a hike from Philadelphia. If you’re not up to making the 9-hour trek (or if the freezing temperatures of Maine beaches aren’t quite as appealing), you can still have a taste of New England, in Jersey. Luke Palladino, chef of LP Steakhouse & Seafood in New Jersey and the future Palladino’s on East Passyunk (cue excitement and anticipation) shared his recipe for Stuffed Lobster.

What is the lobster stuffed with you ask?

Crab, which is another crustacean. It’s not wrong if it’s delicious.

Who doesn’t love double the seafood all packed into one neat little package? Add a little buttery bearnaise sauce and you’ve got yourself quite the meal. This dish is perfect for an end of the summer bash or just a relaxing night of seaside deck chilling. Personally, we think it’s just a great way to end the week. So keep it in mind if you’re headed down the shore this weekend.

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Suburban Eats: Lobster Dinner at Susanna Foo

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Although news of Susanna Foo’s return to Center City was released yesterday, things are still up in the air as to when exactly that will be. And if you can’t handle the suspense, well…we can’t do anything about that. But what we can do is give you the scoop on Susanna Foo’s Weekend of Lobster Dinners in Radnor.

Starting Friday, July 25, and going until Sunday, July 27, head out to the Main Line for some good eats and cheap prices (when it comes to lobster). For $39, each guest can enjoy 3 courses – 2 courses of Asian Fusion lobster-style meals, plus 1 course to satisfy your sweet tooth. Dishes include Lobster Claw Tempura with Pei Mussels, Roasted Maine Lobster & Diver Scallop, and Jersey Peach Cobbler.

Make your reservations by calling 610-688-8808 or by clicking here.

Take a peak at the full menu »

Seafood Week at the Tropicana

 

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From June 22nd through June 28th, the Tropicana in Atlantic City will be hosting Seafood Week. It will be a casino-wide restaurant week, with the addition of hotel packages, drink specials and retail specials.

Things I’m excited about:

  • Seaside Cafe’s Jersey Clam Bake
  • 15% off wines at A Time for Wine
  • Cuba Libre’s Seafood Paella
  • Palm Restaurant’s $130 Surf ‘n’ Turf dinner for two

For more information, check out the full schedule here.

Seafood Week [Official]
Down the Shore [Foobooz]

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