Review: Bar Ferdinand (the bull)

Over all, a very fun tapas restaurant in the piazza. During the summer, they have outdoor seating and make their paella right there for you to see and smell. online mexico pharmacy They have some spectacular desserts like homemade churros with dark chocolate dipping sauce or caramel apple pie. Unfortunately, we found the portions to […]

Review: National Mechanics

Admittedly this was our second choice venue for brunch on Saturday, but it was surely meant to be. We had previously walked past National Mechanics on a walking tour we took & although we were very intrigued, I wasn’t sure if we would ever make it there for a meal. Instantly we were pleasantly surprised […]

Review: Pho 75

We kept our promise and crossed our first Philly Cheap Eat spot off of our list at Pho 75 last Friday for lunch. For anyone who doesn’t know, “Pho” is a Vietnamese beef noodle soup, of which there is little variety besides the cut of meat (tendon anyone?) But don’t let the simplicity fool you […]

What you can expect coming…

We got this magazine yesterday and are pretty much using it to determine everything we do for the next few months. Stay tuned to hear about some of our new-found eateries…first up is some Pho from Chinatown, slated for Friday’s lunch! Getting ready to eat our way through Philly, Brett and Kate

Review: Manayunk Brewery

Saturday night, our quest to visit each neighborhood in the city took us to Manayunk and our day of hiking around Valley Forge sent us in search of a good patio to sit back, relax, and enjoy the nice evening with some new beers. A semi-quick but painful Metromix search pointed us to Manayunk Brewery, […]

Review: Hikari Japanese Restaurant

Unfortunately, it wasn’t rave reviews that brought us to Hikari (though it should have been). Once we decided we wanted to check out the Northern Liberties area and that we were hungry for sushi, Hikari was our only choice. Luckily for us, there were plenty of seats(we were even able to get a table outside […]

Review: Tin Angel

When one of our favorite musician’s (Ernie Halter) tour was passing through Philly last week, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to check out a new part of town – the neighborhood of cheap cialis online Penn’s Landing. Not knowing what to expect we arrived early and were pleasantly surprised with the amount of other […]

Review: Dasiwa

As the home of our favorite slogan thus far, “Coffee in the A.M. Sushi in the P.M.”, this little spot was a great neighborhood find on our first day here. online kamagra We’ve been twice for coffee and were finally able to try the sushi last night. Without a terribly extensive menu, they certainly cover […]

Review: Max Brenner

If you love or at least enjoy chocolate and don’t mind spending a premium on some one-of-a-kind menu items, Max Brenner is the place for you. We found ourselves wanting to see what the crazy chocolate fuss was about when we saw Max Brenner’s restaurant on the list of participating Center City Sips venues. It […]

Review: Erawan Thai Cuisine

We found this little spot in our Not For Tourists Guide to Philadelphia, when we arrived in Philly on Monday and realized our movers wouldn’t be here until Tuesday and thus we would not be able to cook, not that we would have anyway 🙂 It was easy to get to with a little help […]