Thursday is National Sandwich Day, and we get into it bread mode for a guide to our favorites and some of yours. Also this week, critic Craig LaBan reviews 25 years of the Fork restaurant, we see the dim sum carts roam the dining room in a new restaurant the size of a banquet hall, enter the new supplies of honeysuckle, and we get into pumpkin drinks
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National Sandwich Day It’s Thursday, so let’s sing the praises of some fine local specimens. I present to you the Banh Mi Op La, which includes two eggs, bacon, sausage patties, house pickles, herbs, eggplant pate and aioli on a baguette in The Breakfast Room. Delve into our sandwich guide here.
Through good and bad teeth, You could say Fork has been a key part of the Philadelphia restaurant scene since 1997. Reviewer Craig LaBan attended a recent Fork alumni dinner and was left with the observation that the real magic of Fork is more bigger than any menu: “It’s about the intrinsic power of hospitality, teamwork, and the restaurant as a source of community. The one constant that drives that mission from day one has been the extraordinary Ellen Yin.” Read his story here.
years in the works, Honeysuckle Provisions has opened in West Philadelphia to focus on nutrition and recovery for black food traditions and cultural aesthetics. I visited chefs Omar Tate and Cybille St.Aude-Tate to learn about their mission and your love story.
With 700 seats, usually not a long wait for a table at the new grand palace restaurant in South Philadelphia. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, carts roll by the rooms, allowing you to pick and choose for a fun dim sum experience.
How about seven points? to drink your pumpkin: hot or cold, with coffee or whiskey, in Philly. My colleague Hira Qureshi loves the idea of a pumpkin punch or martini at Moriarty’s, as well as the pumpkin spice frozen latte. at Bagels & Co.
Adam Volk and Brandon Chamberlain are in the first week of service in redcrest kitchen, filling the space at Sixth and Bainbridge Streets in Queen Village (next to Bistrot La Minette) that was previously occupied by the Bainbridge Street Barrel House. This elegantly decorated bar-restaurant with a warm atmosphere was a year behind schedule; can you remember that just a few weeks after the signing of the lease in July 2021, a city water main flooded it.
Volk and Chamberlain, owners of Esme and The Exley in New York, also have a small grocery section, including a refrigerator, near the shelter stand as a service to their neighbors. They also plan to offer fried chicken (to go only) from that area; Volk previously operated Redcrest Chicken at Passyunk Square.
They’ve brought in chef Evan Snyder, whose tight but moderately ambitious modern American menu includes a few slices (winter squash toast, a couple of pastas, a cacio e pepe made with radish), as well as five entrees. Among them, this lush lamb belly with fennel, yogurt, carrots and dates.
Redcrest Kitchen, 625 S. Sixth St. Hours: 5-10 pm Wednesday-Saturday 5-10 pm Sunday.
Chef Scott Morozin says he’ll lean out of his Vervain BYOB at Kennett Square in late December. “Don’t cry,” she wrote on Facebook. “I cooked during the last years against everything. Our victories are real.” You have yet to share your next step.
Nourish, Sarah Scandone’s health food restaurant (which lost its two previous locations to a fire), it resurfaced this week at 177 W. Girard Ave., two blocks from the Engine 29 fire station at Fourth and Girard.
macmart, the Rittenhouse mac and cheese shop, has rolled back the hours on Sunday, citing “a messy mix of reduced foot traffic, increased crime in the city and staffing shortages.” The owners view Sundays as family time.
Some celebrity gossip: Twin sisters Maya and Kala Johnstone hosted Eagles QB Jalen Hurts last weekend at their The kitchen of food hunters in Elkin Park. Broadcaster Taylor Rooks (right) interviewed Hurts for a Thursday night football segment. Meanwhile, seen around town, was Phillies first baseman Rhys Hoskins in the little nonna in Washington Square West on October 24, third baseman Alec Bohm in Rib in South Philly on Halloween night, and Yankees retiree Derek Jeter having lunch at wildest near Rittenhouse on November 1.
we don’t have mushroom for much more information today, but our correspondent @t_hinke_pr raves about this portobella saltimbucca from jerry bar at Northern Liberties, with its prosciutto, sautéed spinach, fried leek, fontina and sherry sage. Meanwhile in Kensington, @thompsonschill was flying the wings of salt and pepper in the international, that receive a touch of serrano and green chili.
A classic South Philly restaurant reopens on November 2 after a long closure for repairs. Your name:
A.) of rocky
b.) The Boom Boom Room
C.) villa di rome