By Hadas Kuznits

Doc Magrogan’s Oyster House is a new restaurant in University City, at 3432 Sansom Street.

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“The concept’s a classic 19th century oyster bar, and we have a huge raw bar selection, about 20 oysters daily,” says owner Dave Magrogan (top photo).  “We have crabs, shrimp, scallops, and then we have a full dinner menu with fresh fish from around the world.  We normally carry about eight to ten fresh fish a day, and we also have an extensive wine list and a craft beer selection.”

Hear the full Doc Magrogan’s interview (runs 6:12)…


If you’re looking for an even more variety this weekend, head on over to the second annual Vendy Awards, this Saturday.

“The Vendy Awards are Philadelphia’s competition to name the best street food vendor in the whole entire city,” says organizer Helena Tubis (below).

(Helena Tubis stands alongside the food truck of one of the 2012 Vendy Award finalists. Credit: Hadas Kuznits)


Tubis says the 12 street vendor finalists will be gathering at the lot at 39th and Market Streets for the awards presentation.

Hear the full Vendy Awards interview (runs 3:18)…

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And mark your calendars for September 12th for  Feastival.

“Feastival is a collaboration between the culinary arts and the live arts, and we get together every year,” explains founder Audrey Claire Taishman (below).   “This is our third year, and we have a huge celebration to raise money for the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe.”

(Audrey Claire Taishman, one of the hosts of “Feastival,” which benefits the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe. Credit: Hadas Kuznits)


Taishman says they’re gearing up for their biggest event yet, with tickets available online now.

Hear the full “Feastival” interview (runs 3:26)…


And for this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”


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