Monday, March 25, 2019

*Media Alert* Rosalie, the latest addition to the Fearless Restaurants

In late summer 2019, Fearless Restaurants will be bringing a taste of Italy to Wayne. Rosalie, will feature Italian soul food, "deeply routed in tradition, heritage, and technique." Executive Chef Merick Devine spent over six years at Frasca Food and Wine, a James Beard restaurant in Boulder, Colorado. Think "a perpetually changing menu sculpted by seasonality and the best of local and traditional Italian ingredients." 

Rosalie is named for Fearless Restaurants' owner Marty Grims' mother, whose family emigrated from Italy. It will be open for brunch, lunch, and dinner daily. It will also offer outdoor dining and plenty of private event space. This brings the count of Fearless Restaurants on the Main Line to four, including White Dog Haverford, White Dog Wayne, and Autograph Brasserie

Friday, March 22, 2019

Chima Philadelphia Spring Menu Additions

If you've never tried Brazilian BBQ before, be sure to stop by my previous post on Chima! A delectable spread of delicious salads, cheeses, and meats are made even better by the gaucho servers coming tableside to carve up some of their well-seasoned and prepared cuts of beef, lamb, chicken, and salmon. 

Clockwise from Top Right: Beef Carpaccio, Brazilian Trio, Delicious Spread, Angus Picanha with Chimichurri & Jalapeno

This spring, Chima's got Angus NY Strip, Ahi-marinated chicken, & easily one of my favorites - an Angus Picanha with chimichurri & jalapeno. Perfectly marbled, it's got a good mix of acid and heat that's addictive. Pro-tip: Wednesday & Thursday from 6-8PM, Chima has live music and Happy Hour specials at the bar. Check it out! 

Chima Philadelphia
1901 John F. Kennedy Blvd
Phiadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 525-3233

Sunday, January 27, 2019

*Media Alert* Giant Heirloom Market is now open in Graduate Hospital

Graduate Hospital / Southwest Center City now has additional grocery options with Giant Heirloom Market opening up at 23rd and Bainbridge! The new and highly anticipated market will carry food that's locally grown and made by Philadelphians for Philadelphians. There's an onsite Produce Chef to encourage exploration and to cut fresh veggies and fruit on demand. Patrons will also notice a wide array of plant-based foods, local bread (High Street on Market!), pastas (Talluto's!), and pastries (Isgros!). You can even get kombucha on tap and create your own olive oil and vinegar blends infused with your favorite flavors. Additionally, there's going to be a curated selection of craft, imported, and domestic beers & wines. Be sure to stop by!