Manayunk's Smokin‘ Johns BBQ - CLOSED

This sandwich got Chef O’Brien thinking, Manayunk could really use some delicious BBQ. Space opened up next door to Winnie’s and soon in December 2014, Smokin’ Johns opened up shop after catering hundreds of parties and events where guests raved about the barbecue. The team traveled far and wide tasting different styles before settling on a menu that represents the best American barbecue. Brought to you by the owner’s of Winnie’s Le Bus, Winnie and Bob Clowry, Smokin’ Johns is bringing fast-casual barbecue that you can grab to-go or enjoy dining in.

Manayunk's Smokin‘ Johns BBQ

Juicy beef short ribs with our savory dry rub, piles of tender St. Louis ribs with our housemade sweet or spicy sauce, brisket and pulled pork cooked low and slow – this is Smokin’ John’s. It all started with a Barbecue Chicken Sandwich. Chef John J. O’Brien, the chef and general manager of Winnie’s Le Bus and Smokin‘ Johns, created a homemade sweet barbecue sauce for Winnie’s chicken sandwich with bacon and Monterrey Jack cheese that the customers absolutely went crazy for.Manayunk -Philadelphia, PA - Juicy beef short ribs with our savory dry rub, piles of tender St. Louis ribs with our housemade sweet or spicy sauce, brisket and pulled pork cooked low and slow – this is Smokin’ John’s. It all started with a Barbecue Chicken Sandwich. Chef John J. O’Brien, the chef and general manager of Winnie’s Le Bus and Smokin‘ Johns, created a homemade sweet barbecue sauce for Winnie’s chicken sandwich with bacon and Monterrey Jack cheese that the customers absolutely went crazy for.

SOUTH Restaurant: Kitchen & Jazz Parlor

There is only one place you should go when looking for live jazz music and some of the best Southern cuisine in Philadelphia, South Restaurant. Named one of Philadelphia’s Top 50 Restaurants by Philadelphia Magazine. Owner and designers, Robert Bynum teamed up with Chef Paul Martin, a Lafayette, Louisiana native who has worked at Catahoula, Heirloom and with the STARR restaurant organization to bring South and Southern food and to life.

SOUTH Restaurant: Kitchen & Jazz Parlor

There is only one place you should go when looking for live jazz music and some of the best Southern cuisine in Philadelphia, South Restaurant. Named one of Philadelphia’s Top 50 Restaurants byPhiladelphia Magazine. Owner and designers, Robert Bynum teamed up with Chef Paul Martin, a Lafayette, Louisiana native who has worked at Catahoula, Heirloom and with the STARR restaurant organization to bring South and Southern food and to life.Philadelphia, PA - There is only one place you should go when looking for live jazz music and some of the best Southern cuisine in Philadelphia, South Restaurant. Named one of Philadelphia’s Top 50 Restaurants by Philadelphia Magazine. Owner and designers, Robert Bynum teamed up with Chef Paul Martin, a Lafayette, Louisiana native who has worked at Catahoula, Heirloom and with the STARR restaurant organization to bring South and Southern food and to life.

Philly's Girard a Little Fishtown BYOB - CLOSED

Fishtown Philadelphia, PA - Brian Oliveira was inspired with an entrepreneurial spirit created by his family’s history in the restaurant business and a trip to California. He left Temple’s pre-nursing program for the Culinary Institute of America, where he graduated in 2011. His dream was to open his own restaurant and in 2015, that happened. Girard on Girard is a little Fishtown BYOB “bruncherie” serving breakfast, lunch, and brunch 7 days a week.

Philly's Girard a Little Fishtown BYOB

Fishtown Philadelphia, PA - Brian Oliveira was inspired with an entrepreneurial spirit created by his family’s history in the restaurant business and a trip to California. He left Temple’s pre-nursing program for the Culinary Institute of America, where he graduated in 2011. His dream was to open his own restaurant and in 2015, that happened. Girard on Girard is a little Fishtown BYOB “bruncherie” serving breakfast, lunch, and brunch 7 days a week.Fishtown Philadelphia, PA - Brian Oliveira was inspired with an entrepreneurial spirit created by his family’s history in the restaurant business and a trip to California. He left Temple’s pre-nursing program for the Culinary Institute of America, where he graduated in 2011. His dream was to open his own restaurant and in 2015, that happened. Girard on Girard is a little Fishtown BYOB “bruncherie” serving breakfast, lunch, and brunch 7 days a week.

Jane G’s Restaurant. Philly's Spot for Szechuan

One of the things we love most about Jane G’s is the spice- every dish has a customizable spice level from 1-5. Believe us when we tell you that 5 is HOT! Some of our favorite dishes to start include Jane’s Dan Dan Noodles (a must-order) Shanghai egg noodles with light soy sauce and topped with minced beef, this noodles are stirred table-side and the flavor combination is beyond unique!

Jane G’s Restaurant. Philly's Spot for Szechuan

One of our favorite places to go in city for authentic Szechuan is Jane G’s Restaurant. It opened at 1930 Chestnut Street in August 2012, when we first moved to Philadelphia. Before we knew it, we were regulars here. Whether its free delivery or dining inside their sophisticated modern dining room, Jane G is sure to impress. And we’re excited to announce that in October 2016, a second location will open at 40th and Chestnut Street in University!Philadelphia, PA - One of our favorite places to go in city for authentic Szechuan is Jane G’s Restaurant. It opened at 1930 Chestnut Street in August 2012, when we first moved to Philadelphia. Before we knew it, we were regulars here. Whether its free delivery or dining inside their sophisticated modern dining room, Jane G is sure to impress. And we’re excited to announce that in October 2016, a second location will open at 40th and Chestnut Street in University!

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