Philadelphia, PA - Cajun Cuisine is also known as rustic cuisine', is based on locally available ingredients and prepared relatively simple from the Acadiana region of Louisiana. And, the tradition of Cajun can be found in Philadelphia, from classic New Orleans Flavors to Philly style Cajun and Creole. Below are three of Philly’s best places to experience the "Big Easy" in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, PA - This is a sandwich town no doubt. Being the hometown to cheesesteaks and hoagies, Philly has some of the best sandwich shops in the country. From breakfast to lunch and beyond, if it comes with bread, you can find it here. Listed below are a few of Philly's best sandwich shops.
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!
Philadelphia, PA - Veteran’s Day is Monday, November 11, and restaurants and cultural locations throughout the Philadelphia region want to honor those who have served our country. PA and NJ eateries are offering deals to active and retired military members to thank them for their service.