Posted by Foobooz on May 8th, 2013
Posted by Taylor Bush on April 19th, 2013
The nature of food-truck service is an ever-changing commodity. And even though folks in the Temple neighborhood have it a lot better than some, now students won’t even have to leave the confines of their dorm room in order to get food from their favorites.
Three Temple students (William Shanley, Reggie Hawkins and Sarunyoo Tohchoodee) have launched Legit Delivery, a bicycle delivery service that brings lunch truck food to hungry students all across Temple’s campus and beyond.
Temple News has a full run-down on Legit Delivery, but here are the highlights.
Posted by Foobooz on March 14th, 2013
Temple graduate Julie Crist is opening The Tot Cart, her own tater tot truck, on Temple University’s campus this Saturday. Crist will be serving several varieties of the popular potato treat including:
- Plain tots
- Drunk cheese tots
- Buffalo tots
- Crab tots
- Garlic/parm tots
- Indian spiced tots
Posted by Foobooz on January 8th, 2013
The owner of Chris’ Taco Stand is moving out of state and is selling his whole business; cart, Toyota 4-Runner and everything else. The full package is listed on Craigslist for $35,000. Take a look.
For sale- complete mobile food business [Craigslist]
Posted by Alex Tewfik on October 4th, 2012
John & Kira’s handmade chocolates have gained quite the reputation in this city, specifically at Headhouse Farmers’ Market. If you haven’t gone yet, make your way over there and try out some of their samples. They have definitely created something special. But the beauty of their business is that they are perpetually innovating—always coming up with something even better, even more delicious, and they’ve recently come up with something, not only delicious, but novel, and even philanthropic.
Posted by Aubrey Nagle on August 30th, 2012
To celebrate the start of the school year some Starr Restaurants have added student specials to their menus. With student ID the specials range from free snacks and discounts off your check to a $29 three-course dinner at Pod. Read more on this menu, more specials, and how to win a dinner for two after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Foobooz on September 1st, 2011
Michael Klein counts 60 new restaurants planning on opening this Fall. [Philadelphia Inquirer]
Mike Santoro might be out at Talula’s Garden but it sounds like he’s sticking around town. The Feast has an interview with him where he teases a restaurant concept that would feature “Medieval cuisine, updated with modern techniques.” [The Feast]
Starr Restaurants now has a YouTube Channel. Check out the cask system at Dandelion or how to make a Tartufo pizza like the pros at Pizzeria Stella. [YouTube]
Upper Darby’s Barbacoa celebrates a proper grand opening on September 7th. The spot serves up Peruvian style roasted chicken. [Meal Ticket]
Temple University is getting a Mugshots Coffee to call its own. The spot will be opening shortly at 1520 Cecil C. Moore Ave. [Naked Philly]
Posted by bridget salmons on February 2nd, 2010
BY BRIDGET SALMONS
Brussels sprouts are having a moment. Once banished from our plates, the lowly cabbage (mistakenly hated for the sulfurous taste it takes on when overcooked) is now one of the favorite ingredients of Philly’s chefs. Just ask Michael Schulson, of recently opened Sampan, whose crispy Brussels sprouts have become the unexpected star of the restaurant’s Asian-themed menu. “When you open a restaurant you have no idea what’s going to be the big hit,” he says. “The two biggest things for us are such bizarre items — the bahn mi and the Brussels sprouts.”
Posted by Foobooz on March 20th, 2009
Temple takes on Arizona State today at 2:45 pm and if you’re looking to sneak out of work to watch, why not head to the Temple alum Jon Longacre’s Â South Philadelphia Taproom. SPTR is just off the Broad Street Line (equidistant between Tasker-Morris and Snyder) and it looks like they still have some delicious Founders beersÂ still on tap from Beer Week.Â
South Philadelphia Taproom [Official Site]