Philadelphia needs an outdoor food event like Brooklyn's Smorgasburg. But since we don't have one, the Jawn Appetit crew took a trip up the NJ Turnpike to check out the largest, weekly outdoor food market in America. But before that, we debate whether or not Uber Eats Dine-In is going to take over the world.
Falafel, fries, and shakes are all Michael Solomonov's Goldie needs in order to be one of the best lunch spots in Center City. But before we discuss that, we give props to two amazing gelato shops, and debate whether Nicki Minaj's Red Lobster Black Card is a status symbol worth having...
Philadelphia is slowly - but surely - getting in on the food hall craze, and Franklin's Table is the latest addition to the city's culinary scene. We also preview a new Michael Schulson spot coming to Rittenhouse, and get way too excited for Philly's first-ever keto-friendly bakery.
Do we need another fast-casual restaurant in Center City? Well... if the restaurant is anything like Cava, the answer is a resounding yes. We'll give you the 411 on the new-ish Mediterranean spot in Rittenhouse, but first... we begin the podcast remembering the rich and storied life of the legendary Leah Chase.
The first annual Bucks County Food and Wine Festival was a hit - we break down the recent event at Parx Casino and tell you how it compares with other food and wine events in the area. Later in the show, we try to figure out exactly why higher education costs so much...
On this episode, we stay on the right side of the Delaware River to check out Cherry Hill's Denim American Bistro - a charming, family-owned BYOB with great food and fantastic service. And, in the first segment of the show, we call out Bravo TV for not bringing Top Chef to Philadelphia.
In a city filled with amazing Italian restaurants, Little Nonna's is right up there with the best. On this episode of Jawn Appetit, we'll tell you which of their menu items are absolute must-gets, and we'll also show some love to the James Beard Award-winning Zahav.
The DC Embassy Chef Challenge is one of the best food events we've ever been to, and we catch up with the awesome Paige Muller of Curious Caravan to help us explain why. We also take a trip to Citizens Bank Park to try some of the best eats the Philadelphia Phillies have to offer, including the now-infamous Questlove Cheesesteak.
Is calling a restaurant a "hole-in-the-wall" a backhanded compliment? And are pickles taking over the world? We answer both of those questions, lament the loss of one of Philly's finest restaurants, and tell you EVERYTHING you need to eat in New Orleans on this edition of Jawn Appetit...
On this edition of Jawn Appetit, we put a bow on our trip to the amazing Philly Showcase of Wine, Cheese and Beer, and we also preview the upcoming East Passyunk Flavors On The Avenue event. And, along with everyone else, we praise the greatness of one Beyonce Knowles-Carter.
New York City has no shortage of great restaurants, but the Jawn Appetit crew decided to keep it simple during a recent trip and sampled what the East Village had to offer. Chanell and Roy also run down the new food at Phillies games this year, and debate whether or not leggings will lead to the downfall of mankind.
The revamped Bourse Food Hall has revitalized Old City... we've tried a bunch of different vendors, and we'll tell you all about it, including where you can find some of the best cheesesteaks and Filipino food in Philadelphia. We also celebrate the openings of Pizzeria Beddia 2.0 and Alpen Rose, and explain how we got to where we are with the whole Jussie Smollett situation.
Friend of the show Paige Muller (Curious Caravan) joins the podcast to preview the 2019 DC Embassy Chef Challenge presented by TCMA. On April 2, more than 30 Washington D.C. embassy chefs will showcase authentic food and drinks from their respective countries, and Paige tells us everything that we can expect from the event and more! Later in the show, we take some shots at Aunt Becky and applaud the efforts of Operation Varsity Blues.
Rodizio Grill may not have the cache of a Fogo de Chao or a Chima, but it's a solid Brazilian steakhouse that's worth a visit. We explain why on this edition of Jawn Appetit, and we also show love to some of the awesome women who own and run restaurants in Philly.
The Jawn Appetit crew visits one of their favorites - Michael Schulson's Double Knot - to see if it's still as good as they remember. The team also gives kudos to Philly's James Beard semifinalists, and explains why you need to watch your back when going to all-you-can-eat buffets.
What did a new location mean for PhillyMag's annual Philly Cooks event? On this episode of Jawn Appetit, we discuss that, the feasibility of eating a 15-pound lobster, and two incredible new Philly-centric cookbooks that will hit store shelves this fall.
We ran out of superlatives talking about Fishtown restaurant Suraya on this edition of the show. Simply put, if you love food - and you listen to us, so we think you do - then try to make a visit ASAP. Period. Full stop. And later in the show, the Jawn Appetit duo makes their... 2020 Grammy picks?
It's time for our 3rd Annual Golden Jawn Awards! The Jawn Appetit crew looks back at the past 12 months and hands out accolades for the best bites they had in (and around) the City of Philadelphia! Later in the show, Roy and Chanell round up some of the best Valentine's Day meal deals, and explain why you should never leave your baby unattended on a train.