Sunday, April 19, 2015

Go Popcorn Review

Pittsburgh has come to Philly in the form of Rob Day and Genalle Passanante, popcorn geniuses that have opened up a carnival-themed popcorn shop in Midtown Village. The waft of butter and freshly popped corn kernels from Go Popcorn beckons and you'd be hard pressed not to enter. The classics are all there including cheddar, movie theater butter, and a ChicagoMix that's highly reminiscent of Garrett's Popcorn!

Philly Food Blog: Go Popcorn

There are also kooky creations that can range from turkey stuffing to garlic Parmesan! So when the GF's folks were in town, we had to get three large bags to satiate our sweet "teeth."

Sweet n Salty Kettle Popcorn [$8]
Large popcorn
Philly Food Blog: Go Popcorn

The kettlecorn was sweet and salty - a classic combination that goes down so easy. I can certainly attest to the freshness of the kernels - three days later, we were still inhaling these like they were just popped.

Peanut Butter Cup [$9.99]
Large popcorn 

Philly Food Blog: Go Popcorn Peanut Butter Cup Popcorn

If you like Reese's peanut butter cups, look no further. Creamy bits of peanut butter provide the salt and smoothness, while the chocolate helps to sweeten eat bite. 

Chocolate Caramel [$11.99]
Large popcorn
Philly Food Blog: Go Popcorn Chocolate Caramel Popcorn

Cheddar is definitely my favorite. But of the sweets? Chocolate caramel is the one for me - crispy and crunchy - if you're looking for chocolate overload, this should be your pick.

So if you're looking for fresh popcorn with great flavor combinations, look no further than Go Popcorn. You won't be disappointed!

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