“We wanted to do something that actually helped.”
The mayor of Flavortown is actually pretty cool. But.
Scott Schroeder found a Lancaster source for high-quality squab, with one drawback: Unless it’s worth that Mennonite farmer’s while, he’ll fly the coop for NYC.
Josh Sobel left just as Philadelphia’s restaurant scene was beginning to soar — but he might be back soon.
Philadelphia is full of spots to cop a cuppa in the AM and swing back through for happy hour later.
Says Scratch Biscuits chef Mitch Prensky: “The government has been right and wrong about all these things throughout history — eggs ring a bell?”
Developer John Longacre on how he’s changed Philly’s neighborhoods and the problems in Point Breeze (Q&A)
From American Sardine Bar to South Philly Tap Room, the former Rendell administration intern reveals why he’s invested in out-of-the-way places: ‘When we go into a place, we’re rolling the dice.’
From upside-down pizza to fried PB&J.