Archive for 'Lunch Links'

Lunch Links (The “30 Second Pizza Pie Annihilation” Edition)

Lunch Links (The “Double Fist Pizza” Edition)

Lunch Links (The “Finally Getting That Poke” Edition)

  • The Dutch has opened and serves all day brunch, I like sounds of the savory scallion waffle with creamed chipped beef [The Insider]
  • Fine Palate now serves lunch on Friday [Fine Palate]
  • Spruce Harbor’s food offerings this upcoming season include tacos, sausages, and short rib fries [Foobooz]
  • I am very excited that Philly is finally getting a poke restaurant [The Insider]

Lunch Links ( The “Food Movie” Edition)

  • This Monday (3/28) at 7:30 pm at The Gershan Y: Opening Film of the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, In Search Of Israeli Cuisine.  After the talk,  Solomonov will be speaking and signing his Zahav cookbook
  • City of Gold, the new film about Pulitzer Prize winning food critic Jonathan Gold opens today (3/25) at Ritz at the Bourse
  • Made to order ice cream is coming to Chinatown [The Insider]

Lunch Links (The “Chinatown Food Courts” Edition)

  • Curious about what Philly’s favorite chef eats all week? Solomonov drinks a lot of coffee and candy [Grub Street]
  • Canton 11, a bubble tea, sushi, and Cantonese food court is coming to Chinatown [The Insider]
  • And a block away at another forthcoming food court, signs of the first tenant; Halal Guys [Roland Bui]
  • Find banh mi burgers on the menu at Pho-ladelphia [Passyunk Post]
  • Check out my instagram account at 5pm today to win tickets to a screening of City of Gold on Tuesday, March 22nd at the Ritz at the Bourse, 7:30 PM.. The film is the story of Los Angeles food critic Jonathan Gold and showcases the eclectic food scene of L.A.

Lunch Links ( The “Make a Meatball Checklist” Edition)

  • Banh Mi and Bottles to open on South St in May [Eater]
  • This meatball roundup is quite comprehensive [Foobooz]
  • Wishbone is opening another location on 13th St [The Insider]

Lunch Links (The “33 Taco” Editon)

  • Put your stomach to the test with this eating challenges around the city [Thrillist]
  • The “original” Dim Sum Garden is expanding and will be called Tom’s Dim Sum [The Insider]
  • A Jewish bakery is opening on East Passyunk [Passyunk Post]