In The Spotlight
Philadelphia, PA - It was a beautiful September day in Philly with very little traffic courtesy of COVID-19. Every time I pass-by Bubby's Brisket, I stare at the people standing line to get their sandwiches at Bubby's and hope someday I could be that person in line.
Philadelphia, PA - As the unofficial end of summer begins, so does the return of dining indoors as well as the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Center City District Restaurant Week, the opening of The Philadelphia Museum of Art. Just to name a few!
Philadelphia, PA - Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley announced today that the City will permit indoor dining to resume effective September 8, 2020, the day after Labor Day. Indoor dining will be permitted under specific restrictions that are largely consistent with indoor dining restrictions statewide.
Philadelphia, PA - ‘Open on the Ave’ brings socially distanced dining, shopping, and more to the streets of South Philly. East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District announced “Open on the Ave,” Philadelphia’s first temporary street closure program.
Philadelphia, PA - Nifty Fifty's South Philly opened its doors yesterday, for a soft opening, leading to customers waiting halfway down 10th street for Nifty's traditional burgers, fries and shakes.
Philadelphia, PA - Carole, and I were celebrating her birthday in the Poconos, ziplining, and camping, not the crushed velvet and champagne glass bathtub kind of getaway.
Philadelphia, PA - A Lobster Roll is certainly not what you think of when dining along the Jersey Shore. The New England region is most likely what comes to mind; however, in the past few years, many Jersey shore restaurants have started to embrace the Lobster Roll.