Archive for September, 2009

Coming Soon: More Food!

There’s no better way to embrace Autumn than with food. Here’s a quick glimpse of some October events we’re looking forward to here at Phoodie: The grand opening for Sweetie Pie’s Diner is tomorrow, October 1st. October 14th is a busy day with two grand openings: Whipped Bakeshop in Fishtown and Square 1682 in the […]

Do You Koozeedoo? If This Menu Is Anything To Go By, We Koozeedoo, Too

Northern Liberties BYO Koozeedoo will be serving Portuguese fare. A husband and wife team, Koozeedoo is taking over the spot that the (sadly) now-defunct (really quite good) Copper once occupied on 2nd Street. We’re anxiously awaiting the opening — soon? — especially since word on the street is that the wife of the duo is […]

Fair Food Farmstand Celebrates Grand Opening On Friday

The expanded version of the Fair Food Farmstand is the newest addition to the Reading Terminal Market, and a bold step forward at that. Boasting produce, meats, poultry, dairy and more from over 90 sustainable farms in the Philly and South Jersey area — some of which are even inside the city limits — it’s […]


Readers Fwd: Jennifer Weiner Pimps Not One But Two Kinds Of Herring

But we’re just gonna go ahead and guess that they’re both red. Hiyo! Sorry.

The Music Fountain: Pretty Much The Cutest Thing Ever

Our friend/Fishtown real estate magnate/thespian Bob Murphy has had a twinkle in his eye called The Music Fountain for a few years now. It’d be a neighborhood ice cream parlor, he’s always said, that would also be a gathering place with coffee and, of course, music. Earlier this month, The Music Fountain quietly opened, and […]


Michael Callahan’s Libation Laboratories Wants To School You

San Francisco has made itself a Mixologist’s paradise because of its locavore mentality, accessible fresh ingredients and camaraderie among area bar chefs. Bars and restaurants like Bourbon and Branch and Millennium have secured the Bay Area as a standard for other cities to live by in the eating and drinking sectors. We proudly believe Philly […]

America, You’re Doing It Wrong (Again)’s beer consumption by country illustration (shown here in part) shows that, once again, America no longer leads the world in Awesome. On the other hand, China, you’re dead to us, and Czech Republic, we’re looking into flight fares as we speak.


When we tasted Exit 4 prior to release, we knew there was something special there. Everything we hated about Trippels was absent from the bottle, and what was left behind was nothing short of amazingness. Apparently, the critics agree. Exit 4 came back to the swamplands of New Jersey sportin’ a heavy-ass GOLD MEDAL from […]

Snoopin’ On Stella, Stephen Starr’s New Pizza Joint

Stella is Stephen Starr‘s long-speculated-upon and soon-to-be-opening pizza spot at Second & Lombard (formerly known as Jennifer Weiner’s Cosi). We just happened by, and we noticed a few nice details. Today is training day, apparently — Stella is slated to open on the 29th — and here’s hoping that Starr will insist, like he did […]

It’s The Great Pumpkin, Standard Tap! Plus: Multiplicity!

According to a very handsome bird on our shoulder, The Standard Tap is getting ready to install a twenty-tap system into their bar. The Tap is already known for having a ton of delicious local beers on tap at all times, so goodness knows what lagers and ales will flow out of that new tap […]

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