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Hot on the heels of The Yachtsman’s apparent demise, The Institute is picking up the tiki torch (sorry) with their Social Saturday Tiki Party on […]
Earlier this week we told you about the Annual Brewer’s Plate benefit for Fair Food at the Kimmel Center. The eats and drinks there are […]
Fall is upon us and that means beer fests, pumpkin fests, and Oktoberfest fests that all roll up into one giant festival fest. Luckily for […]
On Thursday June 21st The Institute Bar is celebrating its fourth anniversary. From 4-6pm there will be a buffet and there will be beer on […]
Scott Dogs is the collaboration between South Philadelphia Taproom’s Scott Schroeder and Southwark’s man about charcuterie, Nick Macri. The hot dog cart will feature Detroit […]
Today The Bite takes a look a handful of places that have already rolled out their fall menus and a bar that’s going pumpkin crazy […]
On Saturday, March 13th eight bars will be hosting must-hit beer events. But how to get to them all?That’s where the Craft Beer Express comes […]
Speaking of soup, the Beer Lass points us towards four soups made better with the not so secret ingredient of beer. Jose Pistola’s Prohibition Taproom […]
Kyle Grayson has packed a bunch of experience in a short time. After attending the New England Culinary Institute he came to Philadelphia and has […]
Insti-Tuesdays kick off at the Institute. After half-priced happy hour ends at 7pm, it is 30% off the entire check the rest of the night. […]
The Saturday Beer Geek Happy Hour is a regular occurrence at the Institute. It runs from 4 to 6pm and craft drafts and appetizers are […]
Chew Man Chu is a new dumpling, noodle and wok restaurant replacing Marty Grim’s DuJour at the Symphony House at Broad and Pine. Tyson Wong […]
Hey Foobooz readers. Happy Friday. The sun is shining just brightly enough that I can’t see my laptop screen. I’ll take it.
While Foobooz has left the World Foobooz headquarters for a few, I’ll be updating you on a some happenings. Don’t be too surprised if they’re beer related.
At 5 pm today, Heather and Charlie Collazo get their kitchen.
The couple has Brian Bosch formerly of Parc, stirring up Puerto Rican Fusion Cuisine.
They put their culinary thinking caps on by providing many vegan and vegetarian options. Vegans and Vegetarians seem to travel further for food than competitive wing eaters like myself. This is just what the Institute, which has been referred to “as a true locals bar” needed to entice fellow Philadelphia to their way of 12th and Green.
The Institute mentions on their website that they’ve brought “good beer to an under served area of Philadelphia.” Now, they’re doing the same with the cuisine of Puerto Rico. And our stomachs should be just as happy as our livers.
They’ll be ready for diners at 5.
Also from 5 till 7- all drafts are $1 and wine is $4
They’re also trying to kill kegs of Victory Schwarz Pils and Rogue Latona for $3.
Here’s a few options-=or you can see the whole enchilada here…
The Institute’s often delayed kitchen is getting closer. Chef Brian Bosch is aiming for on or around May 29th.Â Bosch comes from ParcÂ and is installing […]
Ladder 15Â opens to the public this evening. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper] The InstituteÂ will be debuting its kitchen in late April. Expect elements of Â Puerto Rican […]