What’s Cooking on 1060: New in Radnor, North Philly, and Fishtown
By Hadas Kuznits
RADNOR, Pa. (CBS) — The third Estia restaurant has opened in Radnor, Pa., just six months after the opening of the previous one, in Marlton, NJ.
Beverage manager Neil Ross (top photo) says the Radnor and Marlton locations are variants of their Greek restaurant in Philadelphia.
Hear the full “Estia Greek Taverna” interview (runs 9:27)…
Two new places to eat and drink have opened just off Temple University’s campus, at 1535 North Carlisle Street.
“We built The Study for kids to come by, study in the afternoon, have a lounge in the evening,” he says.
“We’re offering the same menu upstairs and downstairs,” Nelson tells What’s Cooking. “There’s a lot of local-sourced ingredients. All of our meat for our burgers is ground in-house, fresh. (We) definitely have a good variety of appetizers on the menu, we have some flatbreads, some entrees.”
Hear the full “Study and Masters” interview (runs 6:15)…
Sugarhouse Casino has organized a “Night Out Restaurant Week,” August 1st through August 10th, incorporating nearby restaurants.
Leigh Whitaker, VP of communication for Sugarhouse, says the restaurants will be offering deals and the casino will have its own offers, in an attempt to provide a “night out” for visitors.
“Lunch will either be $10 or $20. Not all of the restaurants offer lunch. Dinner will cost either $25 or $35 — all the restaurants have dinner,” Whitaker says.
Hear the full “Night Out Restaurant Week” interview (runs 8:23)…
And for this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”