Avocado Toast

We’re quite alright with Avocado Toast being so trendy. This simple dish can be amped up in a variety of ways so much that we don’t ever seem to tire of it whether its breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a snack on the go. Avocado Toast is sure to fit into your budget and that most…

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Gran Caffe L’Aquila

If you’re looking for a uniquely authentic experience of the taste of Italy, we’d recommend you stop by Gran Caffe L’Aquila to check out the new Sugo Della Domenica menu featuring Nonna’s Sunday Sauce. Italian restaurateur, Riccardo Longo, has a legendary story to share. When Stefano Biasini, Gelato Master, and Michele Morelli, international renowned coffee roaster, lost the original Gran Caffe L’Aquila restaurant in the 2009…

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Trattoria Carina Brunch

Some of our favorite restaurants in Philadelphia are BYOBs that give you the feeling of eating in the comfort of someone’s home- complete with a meal prepared with love.  Trattoria Carina is definitely one of these kind of spots. The casual neighborhood Italian restaurant, formerly Filter Dining Room, is run by the owner’s of Pub &…

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Fogo De Chão

If you’re a true carnivore then you MUST try out a very special kind of steakhouse called a Brazilian “churrascaria”. We actually have two of these type of steakhouses in Center City Philadelphia. Founded in Southern Brazil in 1979, Fogo De Chão, a leading Brazilian steakhouse, expanded into the United States in 1997. Today they have 51 restaurants throughout Brazil, the United…

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Creamy Mac N’ Cheese

We’re truly one to craving all the warm gooey cheesy things when winter rolls around. Sometimes the thing that will satisfy you best is a simply childhood dish. I mean Santa loves milk and cookies right? This week we’re sharing a truly delicious version of your childhood favorite- Mac N’ Cheese, kicked up a notch……

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J. Alexander’s

We took a break from making dinner to head over to King of Prussia to check out  J. Alexander ’s, the new contemporary American restaurant known for its wood-fired cuisine. Approximately a 15 mile drive from Philadelphia, the dining scene in KOP has been booming over the last year or so both at the King of Prussia Mall…

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