Being a resident chef on the avenue comes with the added bonus of drawing a lot of foot traffic.
Keith Garabedian is passionate about hot dogs. How passionate? Three years ago, he opened a South Street establishment that transformed the popular summer barbecue item into an art form.
The sixth annual tasting extravaganza returned to Penns Landing Caterers July 17 as samplers voted on their favorites.
About a year and a half ago, I decided to sample cheeseburgers served throughout the city to determine the five I found most satisfying. I prefer a good, juicy medium-rare burger on a soft bun. My favorite is the one offered at Devil’s Den.
Like most neighborhoods, South Philly is changing and evolving when it comes to restaurants and food trends. Who would have thought just 10 years ago, East Passyunk Avenue would become the city’s restaurant row?
The tradition of the American taproom harks back to colonial times when men sought a pint of beer after a long day of work. Although our Founding Fathers found refuge in the City Tavern or at Ben Franklin’s dining table where spirits flowed freely, the ordinary lads drank in simple surrounding