In a city with a bunch of great steakhouses, how does Alpen Rose stack up? And everything old is new again… what once was Fiorella Sausage is now the newest – and hottest – pasta restaurant in the city. And later in the show, we debate whether or not anyone would want their house to smell like pickles.
Love is in the air… and it’s not because it’s Valentine’s Day! The gang takes a trip to The Love to see how Stephen Starr’s seasonal American restaurant stacks up to the other offerings in Rittenhouse, and they explain how it might be tough to get reservations at the newest Michael Solomonov outpost.
Sydney McElwee from The Infatuation Philly takes us behind the scenes of her amazing restaurant ride along videos, explains how she orders hundreds of dollars worth of food without people looking at her funny, and gives us her controversial opinion on the best pizza in Philadelphia.
Lee How Fook means “good food for the mouth”, and on this episode of Jawn Appetit, we dive deep into the Chinatown staple’s 300-plus item menu to uncover some of its hidden gems. We also spill the beans on a new restaurant from a James Beard Award winner, and debate the merits of buying music on iTunes.
Before we give our picks for the latest edition of Center City Restaurant Week, we debate the merits of the smallest Wawa ever, and we discuss how the impending Robot Apocalypse will begin in your kitchen.
In the first show of 2020, we discuss PhillyMag’s updated list of Philly’s best restaurants, run through the menu at Michael Schulson’s new Italian restaurant, and lament the fact that Wawa has our information spread out all over the dark Web.
Another edition of The Travel Jawn takes us to Paris and London. But before that, we get sad at Brigantessa’s closing, get happy at news of a new Dizgenoff, and get confused as to how to pronounce Lidl.