Philly gets a new grocery store and a new outpost of Iron Hill Brewery… but there are also some changes coming down the pike for chain restaurants that do business in the city. Later in the show, we take a trip to Hearthside in Collingswood and explain how it’s right up there with some of the best BYOBs in the area.
We’ve got a ton of new openings to tell you about this week, including the city’s newest sports bar coming to the Rittenhouse section of the city. And later in the show, we explain how Miss Michigan has some time this week, and show love to an incredible game known as Spider-Man.
Mission Taqueria is one of the city’s most popular happy hour spots, but is it a great place for dinner as well On this edition of Jawn Appetit, we’ll answer that question, preview a bunch of new restaurants, and debate which foods we can eat every day for six months.
If you’re planning on hosting a dinner party, or if you just want to whip up a decent home cooked meal for the family, we’ll tell you why you should check out Valente’s Italian Specialties in Haddonfield. We also examine the incredible career arc of Snoop Dogg, and tell you why you need to be concerned about McDonald’s in the North Little Rock area.
New homes for South Philly Barbacoa, Helm and Federal Donuts are the focus of the latest episode of Jawn Appetit, but later in the show we’ll give you the skinny on The Habit Burger Grill in Cherry Hill, NJ. And in our Sunday dinner segment, we explain why we’re just a tad bit skeptical of the recent $100,000 ramen noodle robbery…
On this edition of the Jawn Appétit podcast, Chanell and Roy give you the inside dish on Tradesman’s – a new beer, barbecue and whisky spot in Midtown Village. They also run down PhillyMag’s Best of Philly list, and debate the merits of a peanut butter and jelly hot dog.
After attending the first annual Pizzadelphia Festival earlier this month, the Jawn Appétit crew can now tell you where to find some of the best pizza in the City of Brotherly Love. Later in the show, Roy and Chanell explain how you can enjoy a meal at one of Philadelphia’s best restaurants without making a huge dent in your budget.