Owning a bakery along East Passyunk Avenue was not Bonnie Sarana’s straight-out-of-college career plan. Instead, she ventured into the world of finance, handling retail brokerage sales of stocks, bonds and mutual funds.
Anyone familiar with “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri knows the perils of excessive pride, including disappointment and dismay. Fellow Italian Cosimo Tricarico values the rewards of suitable estimations of one’s gifts and has exuded confidence in his cuisine at Caffe Valentino, 1245 S. Third St., since 2003.
Despite a cold rain pounding the field and Mother Nature’s refusal to acknowledge the calendar, baseball season got off the ground in Philadelphia Tuesday night.
The classic American steakhouse will never go out of style. Trends and food fads come and go, but steakhouses are dependable and reliable
Like Boston and Manhattan, Philadelphia is famous for its Italian restaurants. The great wave of immigration, roughly 1880 to 1920, brought many Italians to our shores.
Spring has arrived, it is baseball season, new South Philly restaurants will be opening soon and spring ingredients will replace the winter stash of Brussels sprouts and root vegetables.