Is calling a restaurant a “hole-in-the-wall” a backhanded compliment? And are pickles taking over the world? We answer both of those questions, lament the loss of one of Philly’s finest restaurants, and tell you EVERYTHING you need to eat in New Orleans on this edition of Jawn Appetit…
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.
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.
We ran out of superlatives talking about Fishtown restaurant Suraya on this edition of the show. Simply put, if you love food – and you listen to us, so we think you do – then try to make a visit ASAP. Period. Full stop. And later in the show, the Jawn Appetit duo makes their… 2020 Grammy picks?
It’s time for our 3rd Annual Golden Jawn Awards! The Jawn Appetit crew looks back at the past 12 months and hands out accolades for the best bites they had in (and around) the City of Philadelphia! Later in the show, Roy and Chanell round up some of the best Valentine’s Day meal deals, and explain why you should never leave your baby unattended on a train.
There’s a ton of new restaurants that opened in Philly this past week, and the Jawn Appetit crew had a chance to check out one of them (Cry Baby Pasta), and has the inside scoop on their amazing pasta and bruschetta. And later in the show, we explain why South Philly Smokhaus has the resume to be considered one of the city’s BBQ heavyweights.
We had a chance to visit Vernick Food and Drink a few weeks back, and we’ll tell you if it should still be considered one of the best restaurants in Philly. On this edition of Jawn Appetit, we also show some love to Reading Terminal Market, and explain why you should never eat food that fell onto an interstate highway.