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At Grandma’s on Walnut Street, Donrutai “Chef Locket” Jainon draws inspiration from her Chiang Mai upbringing and her grandmother’s recipes. You’ll want to be a regular.
Bring your own vinyl and enjoy $3 pints of Yards at the Sidecar Bar tonight, 22nd and Christian Streets.
Have you noticed it seems everyone is doing a wine dinner these days? Not that we’re complaining, we’re just saying. Well on Tuesday March 13th […]
PhilaFoodie, who is a lawyer by day, takes a look at Chops Restaurant libel lawsuit against Craig LaBan. No matter how unkind, a restaurant review […]
This week we’re craving the double stuff and not the Double Stuff Oreo cookie. Not that there’s anything wrong with that but this week we’re […]
Sunday, Craig LaBan will review Rittenhouse Square’s Snackbar. [poll id=6]
Kirsten Henri hits up Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen and finds the inconsistencies of the Radnor eatery as frustrating as the traffic on the Schuylkill Expressway. […]
Thin margins and high staff turnover leave restaurant owners in a bind. Some businesses are finding their own workarounds.
Why not check out Fancy Pants Theater at N. 3rd. Or check out the London Grill. In addition to the charcuterie,Â Tuesdays give you Stoudts […]
Within the last few days both Phillyist and Metroblogging have recounted their meal at Zento, the tiny sushi spot on Chestnut Street in Old City. […]
Smith’s Restaurant Lounge is set to replace Jolly’s and Pazzo on 19th Street between Market and Chestnut. Opening date is set for March 9th. The […]
Michael Klein reports that the venerable Deux CheminÃ©es is calling it quits after 26 years in the business. Chef Fritz Blank is moving to Thailand […]
Blogalicious headed out to opening night at Park Grille, the high-end restaurant at Philadelphia Park, Bensalem’s racetrack and slots megaplex. So what does Blogalicious find […]
For the last three years the London Grill has been creating their own charcuterie. Starting with Lancaster County pork, the meat is cured in a […]
Marigold Kichen will host a wine dinner with Pine Ridge and Archery Summit Wineries on Saturday March 17th. The event will begin at 5:30 PM. […]
Eat cheap with $3 burgers at Tattooed Mom’s. Looking for something more upscale on a Monday night, try Ansill, one of the finer restaurants that […]
Philadelphia’s newest Belgian bar, Zot at 122 Lombard Street, is promising some big numbers when they officially open, March 7th. Over 500 beers, fifty varieties […]