I’m really reluctant to rip a business that’s in my own backyard. But Havertown deserves a better burger than this one. It’s all like the old Woody Allen joke – “Boy the food in this place is really terrible. Yeah, and such small portions.”
We so wanted to like this hipsterish place, with the friendly counter girls and the shtick of putting paper and crayons on the table so that customers will draw pictures they then hang on the walls.
“Hamburgers – the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast” – Jules Winnfield, Pulp Fiction.
The Deep-fried Twinkie Burger is just the latest offering from PYT, which is already famous in Philly for its rotating selection of oddball (and potentially heart-stopping) burgers.
Social media site Foursquare has released a list of the top 10 burger places in the country based on check-ins, and a Philadelphia restaurant made the cut.
The burgers will be served on a first-come-first-serve basis, and they’re up for grabs in honor of the restaurant’s Latin-infused lunch menu launch.
Stats show that when the Eagles lose, Philadelphians order more food.
Sketch, a little burger joint in Fishtown, is sizzling. National restaurant reviewer Zagat has named it Philly’s best place for burgers.
You don’t have to live in the Big Apple to enjoy the immense taste of it. Even if the Giants aren’t your team, Big Apple Burgers will taste great to fans from all regions.
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