Philadelphia, PA - The "Dining On A Dime" podcast airs weekdays at 11AM on Indie Philly Radio the show is hosted by Philadelphia Food Author Kevin Wilson and Philadelphia/South Jersey restaurant consultant John Cohl. Episode #29 brought in local cheesesteak expert James Pappas who runs the very successful Facebook page: The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure, Below are a few of The Best Suburb Cheesesteak Joints
Philadelphia, PA - Earl’s New American located in Peddler’s Village is exactly that. Executive Chef Bill Murphy brings an original twist to American classics, setting Earl’s apart from your usual local grill.
Philadelphia, PA - Relocating to the quaint and charming Borough of Phoenixville from Gladwyne in 2018 proved an exercise in culture shock. Notably absent was Starbucks, where I'd been a daily morning presence (the Main Line doesn't lack for Starbucks stores).
Main Line, Pa - Villanova University together with Greg Dodge of Zavino Hospitality Group (ZHG) has joined up for a sophisticated-yet-casual eatery and grill, which will most likely debut this August on the University’s Radnor Township campus. The dining establishment situated at the corner of Lancaster and Ithan Avenues inside The Commons, a cluster of brand new residence halls that are part of a $300 million improvement of the institution’s previous parking lots.
Philadelphia, PA - It is the latest culinary craze and Chef and Owners Dan Merola and John Hearn of Root Café in West Chester could be the very first to create CBD-infused food and beverages for local diners. The Cafe is going to host a five-course CBD dinner at Roots Café on Thursday, February 28 from 6 – 10 p.m. for $80 per person.
Philadelphia, PA - What’s Old is New at Brandywine Branch Bistro! Settled out in a centuries-old dairy barn in the northern countryside of Chester County, the home of world-famous Revivalist Gin, Brandywine Branch Bistro is revitalizing the craft cocktail and kitchen scene of Warrick, Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, PA - Hash House A Go Go Moorestown is going to officially open to the general public on Thursday, January 17 at 8 a.m. Famous for their unique extra-large servings of farm-style food, Hash House A Go Go delivers excellent food options. Including popular items such as house hashes and scrambles, oversized flapjacks and waffles, homemade biscuits and jam, fresh farm sandwiches, several options of their huge burgers as well as their famous sage fried chicken and waffles, complemented by signature coffees, the sought after Kiwi Watermelon Lemonade and a whole lot more.