The versatile Vittoria Woodill appears on Eyewitness News team as feature reporter on a variety of segments including “Taste with Tori,” a tour of the region’s great eats and the people behind them, and “CBS 3 down the Shore.”
Among her many assignments, our intrepid reporter has rappelled down a 31-story building, driven a monster truck and eaten her way through numerous food festivals. But she lists her coverage of Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia this year as the highlights of her career so far. Her live reports from her iPhone in the midst of the faithful gathered to see the Pope were some of the most memorable and spontaneous moments of CBS 3’s continuous coverage of the event.
Vittoria started her on-air career with the CBS family as a member of The CW Philly Crew in 2008. She had also worked for CBS Radio in Philadelphia. In 2013, she rejoined the station as a traffic reporter directly from cable’s Tango Traffic where she had worked since 2010.
Vittoria can also navigate the fashion world. She is the creator of “Polished for Pennies,” www.Polished4Pennies.com, a lifestyle blog that has been featured nationally on ABC’s The Revolution with style expert Tim Gunn and locally on CBS 3 and The CW Philly.
Vittoria is a former Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader. She has also served as a high school and middle school competitive cheerleading coach.
A native of Northeast Philadelphia, Vittoria is a 2009 graduate of LaSalle University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.
The spirit of the holiday season has begun in the Brandywine Valley. And there’s no better place to feel the joy of the holidays than at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Chester County.
In the true spirit of Thanksgiving, CBS 3 came together to surprise a deserving family.
John and David Primavera are living their dream, owning a fantastic restaurant in Northeast Philly called Macaroni’s.
They are hometown boys of Italian descent, their passion for food starting when they were little.
When you think of Philly food, cheesesteaks might come to mind. But what about cheesesteaks that are not made in Philly and you have to drive over the bridge for them?
This a tale of two restaurants. Both on the corners of the same south Philly street in East Passyunk. And both are dishing up delectable cuisine.
It’s called the Station Taproom for a reason, because it sits across the tracks from the Downington Train Station.
If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, as some people say, then this is the place to go! Known for its home fries, this Northeast Philly restaurant is a family favorite.
It is a bakery that invites to you make yourself at home around their farmhouse table. And it’s not the kind of eatery you’d expect to find in South Philly in tonight’s Taste With Tori.
While the beat sizzles on the dance floor, Latino food sizzles here in the kitchen at Tierra Colombiana. A spoonful of Tierra Colombiana’s caramel custard flan is a beautiful experience.
How do you like your wings? Do you dip them in sauce that’s mild or smoky or hot? Take your choice in this Taste With Tori at a place called Pic-A-Lilli Inn in Burlington County on the edge of the Wharton State Forest.
It’s a cozy little bakery that just opened in a cozy little town. A friendly place for a visit with a friend over soup and a salad or maybe a sweet treat.
Chinese tradition blends with modern-day physics making for a combination of Kung Pao meets Big Bang at this Hunan style restaurant owned by a physics professor.
Do you remember the cakes and cupcakes your grandmother made from scratch? The cakes come with a slice of life and love. This is the sweet story of Brown Betty Dessert Boutique in Northern Liberties.
Vittoria Woodill visits Sofia Restaurant.
Vittoria Woodill visits Tacconelli’s Pizzeria.