Several of the South Philly’s best hoagie, cheesesteak, and sandwich stops will be back at the Mummer’s Museum for the 2nd Annual South Philly Sandwich Review on March 26 from 6 to 9 p.m.
April 6, 2009 will forever be a devastating day in the history of the original Gran Café L'Aquila, as an earthquake destroyed the capital city of Italy's Abruzzo region.
Hailing from a land well-versed in the joys in independence, Franca DiRenzo loved the liberty involved in opening Ristorante Tre Scalini in 1994.
More than a year ago, a devastating fire forced Hawthornes, one of South Philly’s most beloved Sunday brunch spots, to close. It re-opened about two months ago, and I quickly placed it on my list.
When I was growing up, my family often went to Chinatown for dinner on Sunday. Wonton soup, egg rolls, chow mein, shrimp and lobster sauce with ice cream for dessert were the usual tasty suspects.
A nasty bout of the flu kept me housebound for more than a week.