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Love Park Debuts 15-Strong Food Truck Rotation

Love Park is introducing more than 15 new food trucks to Love Park lunchers over the summer. Wednesdays will feature new trucks with the food […]

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Plenty Opening This May on Spruce Street

Plenty has been happily feeding East-Passyunkers for over two years now. In May, a second location is scheduled to open at 1602 Spruce Street. Morrissey […]

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Fuel Center City Adds Sub-500 Calorie Brunch

  Fuel’s Center City location joins its Passyunk Avenue sibling by offering offering weekend brunch starting tomorrow. The healthy food spot at 1225 Walnut Street […]

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Mugshot Diner Getting Close in Fishtown

Mugshot Diner (not to be confused with Mugshots Coffeehouse) is getting very close to opening at 2424 York Street in the 2424 Studios building. Mugshot […]

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South Street’s Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat is Officially Open

After a series of “training exercises” this week Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat at 2101 South Street is officially open. The hours are 7 a.m. to 5 […]

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Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat Is Kind of Open at 21st & South

Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat finally opened at 21st and South Street today for lunch. First reported back in June of 2010, the branch of Northern […]

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Metropolitan Cafe Is Now Open (Kind of)

We swung by the brand, spanking new Metropolitan Cafe this morning to take a look. The cafe isn’t completely finished but while the Metropolitan Bakery […]

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Honey’s Is Still Coming to South Street

About once a week we receive an email, text or tweet from someone exasperated that the Honey’s Sit ‘n Eat hasn’t opened at 21st and […]

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Mercer Cafe Might Serve the Best Chipped Beef in the World

Adam Erace ventures to Port Richmond for Mercer Cafe, the feels like it’s been there forever breakfast and lunch joint owned by brothers Tom and Bobby […]

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Carman’s Country Kitchen Closing in December

After more than two decades Carman’s Country Kitchen is calling it quits. The 11th Street breakfast spot run by the talented and occasionally shocking Carman Luntzel has […]

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Cafe Estelle Closing Soon

Cafe Estelle, the always praised bruncherie in the awkward location at 444 N 4th Street is calling it quits after fiive-years. Owner and chef Marshall […]

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Fuel To Go Adds Another Healthy Option to Center City

Q102’s Rocco Cima has opened two sub-500 Fuel locations in Philadelphia and today he expands on the concept with a to-go option. Fuel To Go […]

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Beer: It’s What’s For Breakfast

H.L. Mencken knew how to start the day Photo courtesy wisconsinhistory.org If you’ve been to enough local beer festival day sessions, you’ve probably been greeted […]

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Morning Glory’s Samantha “Sam” Mickey Succumbs to Cancer

Samantha “Sam” Mickey, owner and chef at Sam’s Morning Glory Diner passed away on May 12th after a long battle with cancer. Her diner has […]

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Weekday Industry Brunch at Cantina Los Caballitos

In addition to their brunch served every day, Cantina Los Caballitos is adding an incentive to the menu for their friends in the restaurant industry. […]