Archive for September, 2010

Your Feastival Wrap-Up: Rendell Puts Possible Jinx On Phils In A Cavern Of Mini-Basil Ice Cream Cones And Empire Daiquiris

Last night, while Restaurant Week raged on through Center City, the 2010 Live Arts & Philly Fringe Festival box office, located in a long-empty warehouse Northern Liberties, became the home of the 2010 Feastival. Organized by restaurateurs Audrey Claire Taichman, Michael Solomonov and Stephen Starr, the event included more than 50 participating restaurants and bars, […]

Behold! PYT’s Chicken & Waffle Burger

PYT’s Chicken & Waffle Burger [via @TommyUp on Twitter] Tommy Up just tweeted the above photo. The PYT Chicken & Waffle Burger is made up of Onion & Sage Waffles, Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Applewood Smoked Bacon, and topped with Spicy Maple Mayo. Tommy Up noted that they only have a limited amount today, but tomorrow […]

Feast Before the Fast

Delicatessen is throwing a Feast Before the Fast with bottomless deli sandwiches and side kicks on Friday, September 17, from Noon to Sundown (6:25 PM). For just $15 per person (eat-in only), you can get in a lot of power eating! With at least a dozen different sandwiches and 8 sides, there is no way […]


It’s Time To Drink Like A German

Break out the lederhosen, because Devil’s Den is celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Oktoberfest! With eight German beers on draft and German food specials, the draft list currently includes: Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest, Schneider Aventinus, Ayinger Celebrator, Spaten Lager, Franziskaner Hefeweisse, Kostritzer Schwarz, Bitburger Pilsner, and Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Marzen. (No, spell check did not know […]

20/20 Has Nothing To Do With Vision At Marathon

Marathon has announced a new pre-fixe menu they are calling their 20/20 Menus. The deal features three courses for $20 and a $20 bottle of wine chosen to complement the meal. Though announced in the middle of Restaurant Week, Marathon will be offering the deal year-round at all 6 of their locations around downtown Philly. […]


And Now, Some Cutlery Humor


We’ve Got the Urge for Some SURGE!

We have once again unlocked the beverage volt of the 1990s, and look at the gem we found: Surge! The only way we can describe Surge is Mountain Dew, but with more awesome (and sugar). Ripped away from our soda fountains and our hearts in 2002, it is only available in Norway, where it was […]

St. Practice Daze At McGillin’s

What? You didn’t realize it is halfway to St. Patrick’s Day? Well, McGillin Olde Ale House (1310 Drury Street) didn’t forget. They have dubbed September 24 & 25 “St. Practice Daze” so you can keep up your training for the real holiday in March. Complete with green beer, live music, and Irish food, this green […]

Cooking With The Kids At Bridget Foy’s

Bridget Foy’s is offering a new kind of cooking class, one that gets the kids involved. On Saturday, September 18th, Bridget will teach a kids cooking class and show them how to make tasty items like banana “sushi” rolls, and mango pineapple smoothies. The classes are offered at Bridget Foy’s (200 South St.) and a […]

Hurry Up, Famous Dave’s!

As Meal Ticket told us back in early July, Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Q will be moving into 1725 Chestnut Street. Formerly where Goodburger was located. We took a stroll by the location yesterday, and we are sorry to say that it does not look like much progress has been made. Other than the liquor license in […]

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