Adam is a South Philly native who’s been a restaurant reviewer for a decade, dropping wisdom and advice about where to dine for area publications like Philadelphia Weekly, the Courier-Post and City Paper. His travel writing has appeared in Saveur, Food & Wine, Travel & Leisure, Details, Eater and more. You might also know him from Green Aisle Grocery, the three-location boutique market he co-owns with his brother Andrew Erace, or from the Food Network’s Great American Food Finds, a traveling reality show the siblings hosted in 2015.
The Roman-style “taglio” slices are crisp, airy and easy on the wallet.
Our restaurant critic finds this new fast-casual has more hits than misses, plus true dedication to quality.
Spike TV’s Brian Duffy has “Duffified” much of the menu at Crafthouse; not everything needs it.
The Aleppo-born chef at this BYOB was serving hummus decades before it became a Stateside food group.
It’s a rare hotel restaurant that’s worth the repeat visit.
Eyes say Mummers clubhouse. Tongue says Vetri’s Amis.
Zahav and Zeppoli vet Michael Vincent Ferreri offers other things, but they’re mostly beside the point.