Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphians love a hot dogs. Face it you cant turn the corner in Center City with out seeing a hot dog cart. Across the country, people on average eat 70 franks each year. Although consumers do "relish" their dogs at certain events-baseball games, barbecues, picnics, etc.-hot dogs are a favorite dinnertime meal for the family or a quick convenient snack when on the go. Quite simply, hot dogs are a staple of the American diet.
Philadelphia, PA - Exactly where do you find great Cajun and Creole fare in Philadelphia? Well, the good news is you do not have to get out of the city to eat like you’re in The Big Easy. The truth is Philadelphia offers a few outstanding cajun and creole establishments. Here are just a few Philly places get hold of po' boy's, jambalaya and gumbo without leaving the city.
Philadelphia, PA - Philly Cheesesteak vs. New Orleans Po’ Boy lets check them out. While cheesesteaks can be found in New Orleans and Po' Boys in Philadelphia, which is better?
Philadelphia, PA - Philly's not superstitious or are we? However, it can't do much harm to serve ribs during the big game. The Amber based Lucky Well BBQ is offering up Lucky Well’s Memphis-style ribs at select Weavers Way locations in Mt. Airy, Chestnut Hill, and Ambler.