Philadelphia, PA - Scrapple, also known as Pannhaas or "pan rabbit" in Pennsylvania Dutch. It was first introduced to the Philadelphia region from Germany and is essentially a loaf of cooked pig parts thickened with cornmeal or buckwheat usually spiced. Listed below are some of our favorite places to get Scrapple in Philly!
Best Places for Scrapple in Philadelphia
- Hungry Pigeon - Two chefs cooking simple all-day fare in an artsy, brick-walled corner storefront. Try the Egg & Cheese Sandwich with Homemade English muffin & Scrapple. 743 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147.
- Lacroix Restaurant at The Rittenhouse - A refuge with a global menu, plus famed chef's table, a tasting menu with kitchen seating. Try the Philadelphian, that comes with two eggs and Green Meadows Farm Scrapple. 210 W Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
- Bud & Marilyn's - Updated American classics are served in kitschy environs with a retro rec-room vibe at the bar. Uncle Paul’s Scrapple can be added for just 5 dollars. 1234 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Silk City Diner Bar & Lounge - This renovated diner with an outdoor beer garden serves classics like fried chicken & meatloaf. Scrapple can be added as a side item for an additional cost. 435 Spring Garden St (at 5th St), Philadelphia, PA.
- Down Home Diner - A kitschy retro diner motif sets the scene for Southern-inspired homestyle cooking. Philadelphia Scrapple can be added for just $2.99. 51 N 12th St (at Reading Terminal Market), Philadelphia, PA.
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