Head just 15 minutes northwest of Center City for an all-day foodie festival, followed by five days of discounted dishes at more than 30 restaurants.
Thrillist has released a roundup of the country’s best food trucks, and only one Philadelphia truck made the cut.
Charlotte Huffman reports.
While we’ve got Mister Softee trucks galore in Philadelphia, here are some local roving faves to add to your roster this (seemingly-endless) summer.
Head just 15 minutes northwest of Center City for an all-day foodie festival, followed by two weeks of discounted dishes at more than 20 restaurants.
A new mobile food operation is rolling into town, offering something that would make Miss Muffet drool: fried cheese curds.
Cheap eats on the move? We’re all about it! Here are the newest Philly food trucks to try in 2013.
Anyone who visits Manhattan around the holidays knows the smell: food carts roasting chestnuts. It’s a tradition of sorts in the Big Apple, but not so in Philadelphia.
According to the company’s Facebook page, the Nutella Food Truck is in town through Saturday, Oct. 13th.
The 2nd annual Vendy Awards are hitting the city on Saturday, July 28, from 3 – 7 p.m. at 39th and Market Streets.
Over the past 30-some years, Philly has opened some amazing restaurants. Pick up one of these Philadelphia cookbooks to learn a few of your favorite recipes!
From burrito trucks and cantinas to sit-down comfort food restaurants, there are plenty of spots in our fair city where you can plunk down a little cash and get a hefty serving of Mexican goodness.
Jose Garces might be an Iron Chef with seven restaurants, but his newest venture is an unassuming food truck. Guapos Tacos, Garces’ food truck, serves up delicious tacos around the city, and it made a […]