Bob’s Diner in Roxborough

Bob’s Diner in Roxborough

Bob’s Diner in Roxborough (Photo: Facebook)

Touted as the place “where good people meet to eat,” Bob’s Diner has been serving the good people of Roxborough for more than 20 years from a vintage 1940s silver dining car on Ridge Avenue.Details: 6053 Ridge Ave, (215) 483-9002Philadelphia, Bob’s Diner - Touted as the place “where good people meet to eat,” Bob’s Diner has been serving the good people of Roxborough for more than 20 years from a vintage 1940s silver dining car on Ridge Avenue.Details: 6053 Ridge Ave, (215) 483-9002

Fogo De Chão Philly's Brazilian Steakhouse

Fogo de Chão opened in Center City, Philadelphia only a few years ago in the historic Caldwell’s Jewelry Building. The interior, originally designed by famed Philadelphia architect Horace Trumbauer features French-cut chandeliers and 20 foot ceilings. And the newest location for Fogo de Chão happens to be right around the corner in the heart of King of Prussia’s Town Center.

Fogo De Chão Philly's Brazilian Steakhouse

When you’re craving some delicious steak, there is no place better to satisfy than a Brazilian churrascaria. Fogo De Chão is a leading Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, which has specialized for more than 36 years in fire-roasting high-quality meats utilizing the centuries-old Southern Brazilian cooking technique of churrasco. This is the general Spanish term for roasting and grilling decadent meats over a blazing, open fire. The name, Fogo de Chão, means campfire or fire on the ground. The serving style is espeto corrido, or “continuous service”, with several meat selections carved table-side according to your liking and temperature.Philadelphia, PA - When you’re craving some delicious steak, there is no place better to satisfy than a Brazilian churrascaria. Fogo de Chão is a leading Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, which has specialized for more than 36 years in fire-roasting high-quality meats utilizing the centuries-old Southern Brazilian cooking technique of churrasco. The general Spanish term for roasting and grilling decadent meats over a blazing, open fire. The name, Fogo de Chão, means campfire or fire on the ground. The serving style is espeto corrido, or “continuous service,” with several meat selections carved table-side according to your liking and temperature.


Caribbean Delight South Streets Jerk Food Destination

Caribbean Delight South Streets Jerk Food Destination

Caribbean Delight South Streets Jerk Food Destination

Philadelphia\'s South Street - Caribbean Delight, A jerk food destination, Caribbean Delight dishes out curry goat, curry shrimp, fried chicken and even vegetarian options. A large outdoor seating area and reggae music set the mood, so guests enjoy a mini-island retreat along with their Jamaican fare. 1124 South Street, (215) 829-1030Philadelphia South Street - Caribbean Delight, A jerk food destination, Caribbean Delight dishes out curry goat, curry shrimp, fried chicken and even vegetarian options. A large outdoor seating area and reggae music set the mood, so guests enjoy a mini-island retreat along with their Jamaican fare. 1124 South Street, (215) 829-1030

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