Danya Henninger is culture editor for Billy Penn. She's a writer and photographer who grew up in New York City, then moved to Philadelphia and fell in love with her new hometown. Publications she has contributed to include the Philadelphia Inquirer, All About Beer, Vice, Draft, Philly Beer Scene and Edible Philly, and she has been a restaurant critic for the Courier-Post and New Jersey Monthly. In 1997, she founded photo-video firm Imagic Digital with husband Mark Henninger.
Foobooz, Zagat and Eater are all suddenly without editors.
From Cap’n Crunch to creme brulee in 15 weeks.
We got you.
Fried cheese, potato donuts and some abomination calling itself a chicken cheesesteak.
So naturally that’s the new moniker.
Bonus: They’re gluten-free (and you’d never know).
Bottled water outsells soda at Jim’s Steaks four to one, so…
The city isn’t sure, but residents can call 311 to report it.
We’ve covered the city’s food industry since our inception. It’s time for the next step.
It’s much more fun being in the parade than watching it.
Thank god it’s supposed to be warm.
The newest booze from Kensington’s Red Brick Craft Distillery is a winner — but very limited.
We’re looking to highlight the most talented under-40 folks keeping Philly from going thirsty.
“It’s only in a place like (Canada) that something like that could thrive.” O rly?
Philly does more goose than any other region, while Altoona’s all about the gravy.
Hand-painted snowmen and mushrooms from meringue.
Finally, our city gets the sushi it deserves.
Two Street is getting a gastropub.
“It’s not ‘up-and-coming,’ because we were never ‘down and out.'”
A Haverford native is teaming up with a Bucks County brewer on the unique project.