Philadelphia, PA - As another year of eating cheesesteaks is in the books. I ended 2020 with 750 different cheesesteaks eaten since beginning the Philadelphia Cheesesteaks Adventure in May 2018. I have eaten many great cheesesteaks and met a lot of beautiful people.
Philadelphia, PA - With the demand for sushi to-go on the rise across the country, many Japanese restaurants are finding the new sushi craze as a way to stay afloat during the pandemic. In fact, the number of new sushi restaurants in the United States increased by 5% last year when most restaurants are closing across the nation.
Philadelphia, PA - Sausage Stuffed Long Hot Peppers, no matter what team is playing, we all know that the Super Bowl's real star is the food. Executive Chef Thomas Harkins of Bank & Bourbon restaurant on Market Street shares one of his go-to recipes for the big game for you to enjoy at home.
Philadelphia, PA - These are easy to make ahead. You have two choices: you can make the dough and chill up to 2 days, then shape, let rise, and bake, as described in the recipe, OR you can make the dough, chill for 2 hours, then shape, cover with plastic wrap that is sprayed with nonstick spray and chill for up to 2 days.
Philadelphia, PA - Stephen Starr is launching his third Philadelphia virtual restaurant concept, Jackass Burrito! A significant departure for Starr, representing the alter-ego of his well-established Philadelphia Restaurants. The burritos are enormous, gluttonous, comforting, messy, and unpretentious. The brand isn't afraid to get loose or inspire a little bit of controversy.
Philadelphia, PA - Sabrina’s Café, the popular breakfast, lunch, and brunch restaurants, is reopening its University City location on Drexel’s campus will open Wednesday, February 17, and offering a free short stack giveaway from 9 – 11 am as a way to celebrate its opening and harken its return to the community. Also, See... Sabrina's Café is Giving Away Free Pancakes to COVID Heroes on The Philadelphia Caller
Philadelphia, PA - High Street on Market owners Ellen Yin and Eli Kulp announced they will be relocating from their original location at 308 Market Street. The move is a direct result of increasing rent over the past few years.