On this edition of Jawn Appetit, we put a bow on our trip to the amazing Philly Showcase of Wine, Cheese and Beer, and we also preview the upcoming East Passyunk Flavors On The Avenue event. And, along with everyone else, we praise the greatness of one Beyonce Knowles-Carter.
New York City has no shortage of great restaurants, but the Jawn Appetit crew decided to keep it simple during a recent trip and sampled what the East Village had to offer. Chanell and Roy also run down the new food at Phillies games this year, and debate whether or not leggings will lead to the downfall of mankind.
The revamped Bourse Food Hall has revitalized Old City… we’ve tried a bunch of different vendors, and we’ll tell you all about it, including where you can find some of the best cheesesteaks and Filipino food in Philadelphia. We also celebrate the openings of Pizzeria Beddia 2.0 and Alpen Rose, and explain how we got to where we are with the whole Jussie Smollett situation.
Friend of the show Paige Muller (Curious Caravan) joins the podcast to preview the 2019 DC Embassy Chef Challenge presented by TCMA. On April 2, more than 30 Washington D.C. embassy chefs will showcase authentic food and drinks from their respective countries, and Paige tells us everything that we can expect from the event and more!
Rodizio Grill may not have the cache of a Fogo de Chao or a Chima, but it’s a solid Brazilian steakhouse that’s worth a visit. We explain why on this edition of Jawn Appetit, and we also show love to some of the awesome women who own and run restaurants in Philly.
The Jawn Appetit crew visits one of their favorites – Michael Schulson’s Double Knot – to see if it’s still as good as they remember. The team also gives kudos to Philly’s James Beard semifinalists, and explains why you need to watch your back when going to all-you-can-eat buffets.
What did a new location mean for PhillyMag’s annual Philly Cooks event? On this episode of Jawn Appetit, we discuss that, the feasibility of eating a 15-pound lobster, and two incredible new Philly-centric cookbooks that will hit store shelves this fall.