“It turns out that we were a bit early for the neighborhood, as Philly’s northern gentrification hasn’t quite hit our area yet,” says co-owner Andrew Abruzzese.
You’ve got one more day to pick up pasture-raised sausages from the market’s only whole-animal, locally-focused butcher shop.
Check out the menu for the city’s roving pop-up beer garden, which opens today in Fairmount Park’s Azalea Garden.
Implementation of a 2015 regulation would require the university’s beloved food trucks to move off-campus each night.
Get a peek at the menus and interior before Blume opens with natural wines, draft cocktails, and vegetable-forward takes on classic dishes later this week.
The all-day cafe’s bakers are kicking the cooks out of the kitchen for a special one-night-only pizzeria menu.
The locally-focused shop opens tomorrow with craft hoagies, artisan cheeses, and a “pop-down” space that will host classes and events.
The whole-animal butcher has a shiny new headquarters in Brewerytown, where they’ll feature a slate of guest chefs from spots like Friday Saturday Sunday, Vetri Cucina, and Tired Hands.
The folks behind Kensington’s beloved Thang Long have expanded south to Girard Avenue.