Posted by Foobooz on May 21st, 2013
New York Magazine has announced that they are shutting down their non-New York based Grub Street blogs. That means no more Grub Street Philadelphia. Branches in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Boston are also going dark. As of tonight, the sites will redirect to Grubstreet.com.
If you see Philadelphia Grub Street editor Collin Keefe around town, buy him a drink, dude’s fought the good fight.
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Posted by Foobooz on May 21st, 2010
Restaurant Club gets Tria’s Jon Myerow to expound upon his forthcoming Biba. [Restaurant Club]
Alex Capasso’s West Side Gravy is open in Collingswood and An Empty Fridge has the menus and a firsthand report. [An Empty Fridge]
Collin Keefe will be the new editor of Grub Street Philadelphia. Keefe comes at the job with a wide range of experience from public relations to sausage stuffing. [Meal Ticket]
Delicatessen has added dinner service at 703 Chestnut Street. Look for comfort food like chicken in a pot pie, brisket and “Pop Pop’s Pastrami Mac and Cheese. [Grub Street]
Le Cochon Noir is navigating the usual tangle of paperwork and hopes to be serving barbecue and live music by the end of June. [Meal Ticket]
A third Brown Betty Dessert Boutique is in the works, this one set for the Shops at Liberty Place. [Restaurant Club]
The Crocodile is coming to Old City on June 3rd with a neat hook, each beer will get you a free slice of pizza. [Meal Ticket]
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Posted by Foobooz on July 10th, 2009
New York Magazine’s Grub Street is going national, launching Sunday in five new markets including Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia. It’s a heady sign of the times that Philadelphia was chosen above food cities like New Orleans, Washington DC and Portland.
Kirsten Henri, who has been lending a guiding hand at Foobooz for the last year and a half, will be writing the Philadelphia version of Grub Street.
I’m very happy for Kirsten and much like when she was writing regularly for Foobooz, I will be eagerly awaiting her posts.
Philadelphia’s tide of food blogs has risen again and we’re all the richer for it.
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