Archive for April, 2012

Willow Grove Craft Beer Fest Features More Brews Than You Could Drink, That Is Not A Dare

There aren’t many three-word combos that get us as excited as “Craft Beer Festival” does. So when we heard about the inaugural Willow Grove Craft Beer Festival, we kinda perked up. The fest takes place on June 3rd, at The Plaza at Willow Grove Park (2500 Moreland Road), and features about 50 different local, foreign, […]

Hennesy Youngman Presents: The Sun Over North Philly

On the occasion of Jayson Musson’s new show at the ICA opening,we present his alter-ego, Hennesy Youngman, introducing a new drink into our lives: The Sun Over North Philly. Or, as Youngman explains, Sun Over, “anywhere where brown people congregate and there ain’t no white people there.” You can find out more about Musson’s show […]

It’s Main Line Restaurant Week

Break out yo madras and yippy poodle hybrid because it’s Main Line Restaurant Week. Until Sunday, 25 restaurants will feature fixed lunch and dinner prices of $20, $30, $40 and $50. Highlights include: >>> Grilled Steak and Cremini Mushroom Flatbread and Mini Indulgences Desserts at Seasons 52 in King of Prussia >>> Green Meadow Beef […]


Honeygrow Pays Your Parking Ticket

Honeygrow, opening next month at 1601 Sansom Street, is offering a donation to new customers burned by the Philadelphia Parking Authority in an effort to explode in popularity within the community by helping out some of the city’s most abused parking burn victims. They just hung a poster in the window last Friday, so it’s […]

Bryn Mawr College Ranked #4 Campus Food in America, Could Totally Be #1

Using a ranking system that rivals only the College Board’s in terms of accuracy, The Princeton Review declared the lame line’s own Bryn Mawr College as the 4th Best Campus Food in America last summer. We’re really happy for them since they’re so cool about valuing student input, buying local, and churning out delicious food […]


Reminder: Flavors of the Avenue Is This Weekend

Mark your iCals because Flavors of the Avenue is coming to East Passyunk Avenue between Dickinson and Morris Streets this Saturday from 12 to 4 PM. Rain won’t be an issue because there’s a tent and more importantly, finding something you want to eat won’t be an issue because there are 21 restaurants participating. With […]

Food Blob: And The Man In The Back Said “Everyone Attack”

>>>Johnny Brenda’s will be pouring rare Dogfish Head brews tonight at the Barroom Blitz. [Grub Street] >>>That food truck depot we talked about before is actually happening, and it’s called The Food Garden at The Docklands. [Eater] >>>Headhouse Square isn’t open just yet, but the Food Trust’s annual Pancake Breakfast hits the square on Sunday. […]

Memphis Taproom Is Throwing Two Parties This Weekend, Because One Just Ain’t Enough

You know, they’re calling for scattered thunderstorms tomorrow, but if that ruins the re-opening of Memphis Taproom‘s Beer Garden, that’s okay: They have another party going on inside. While the party outside rages on (or gets rained out) the crew inside will be celebrating Memphis Taproom’s 4th Anniversary with some special beer offerings, so why […]

Science Discovers New Species Of Crab

And it’s purple And, we hate to admit it, but we really just want to eat that guy. We know it’s a new species and it’s a great discovery and all that but it’s almost summer, and we’re craving crabs something fierce, so come on science; let us eat it. Or at the very least […]

Here Is Michael Solomonov On Today This Morning

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Michael Solomonov swung by the Today show this morning to show Al Roker a bit of what gave Zahav the great reputation it has, with Chicken Shishlik and Fried Cauliflower. The clip is short, but you can check out the full recipes for […]

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