Posted: 12/19/2012 5:52:47 PM
My boyfriend and I really love this place, but I would love it more if they had kept the vegetarian seitan/cheesesteak sandwich. I get it, the chef does what he wants, but lots and lots of people love this sandwich including my non-vegetarian boyfriend.
1801 Federal Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146, USA
Posted: 12/19/2012 5:56:36 PM
Outstanding meal. We went post-show and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Great wine list of small producers, staff was knowledgeable about the wines and how they might pair with the meal.
412 South 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA
Posted: 1/17/2013 5:56:38 PM
What can I say, I love the Big Apple Inn! I can't get enough of the smokes (for lunch) and the egg, cheese and sausage sandwiches (for breakfast). I tried the ears a few times, but the consistency got me the last time. And somehow I always manage to forget about the tamales. I need to order more tamales!
1542 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Southwest, Atlanta, GA 30310, USA
Posted: 12/31/2012 12:20:14 PM
The original Billy Goat Tavern location was "born" in 1934 when Greek immigrant, William "Billy Goat" Sianis, purchased the Lincoln Tavern. Billy Goat bought the tavern for $205, with a check that bounced but was later repaid with sales from the first weekend. The tavern was located across from the Chicago Stadium (now United Center) and attracted mainly sports fans. Sianis became known as "Billy Goat," when a goat fell off a passing truck and wandered inside. Sianis adopted the goat, grew a goatee, acquired the nickname "Billy Goat," and changed the name of the bar to the Billy Goat Tavern. The Republican Convention came to town in 1944 and Billy Goat posted a sign saying, "No Republicans allowed." This caused the tavern to be packed with Republicans demanding to be served, and led to local fame for the savvy Billy Goat, publicity stunt master. In 1964, Billy Goat moved his tavern to its present subterranean location. Since then, the Billy Goat Tavern has expanded to include locations on Washington Street (Loop), Wells Street (South Loop), the "Billy Goat Inn" on Madison Avenue (United Center), Navy Pier, O'Hare (Terminal 1, Concourse C), and Washington D.C.
430 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611, USA
Posted: 12/31/2012 1:29:38 PM
Bring Cash, NO CC ACCEPTED Cheap, greasy, delicious bags of fries and piled high gyros. What more could a (stressed out, in a hurry) girl want? I stopped here to quickly grab lunch when I was in the neighborhood last week. It was tasty and the portions are huge. I shared a gyro meal with a friend and we could barely take it all down. The employees were very nice and they seemed to be getting pretty busy close to lunchtime. I would definitely go back.
4739 North Damen Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625, USA
Posted: 12/19/2012 6:01:01 PM
The atmosphere is awesome and reminiscent of a lounge. There's one huge screen playing KPop music videos and a few smaller ones airing sports games. We came with a huge group and ordered one of everything off the menu.
468 West Cheltenham Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19126, USA
Posted: 12/19/2012 6:05:19 PM
Excellent food, excellent service! Chef Ken is a true gentleman and Southern hospitality lives here in Mount Airy!
7135 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119, USA
Posted: 1/17/2013 2:46:42 PM
Acknowledged as soon as I came in. The guy at the register was great, explained the menu in detail. He explained how I can save. I got the Shack Tastic platter, and it was off the hook**** Made to order. shrimp was cooked a little too much but either way it was great. I got it spicy and it was really nice and hot like I like it.
4337 Buford Hwy, Atlanta, GA 30341, USA
Posted: 1/17/2013 4:34:58 PM
Every few months, I find myself at King Plow for labs and such, and with only an hour for lunch, I have to go somewhere nearby. By noon, my belly is usually full of lots and lots of good coffee, my metabolism is through the roof, I'm jittery, and desperate for food. I usually default to Yeah Burger, because it's delicious and close (though a little pricey for a quick lunch), but a friend recommended Curly's, so I decided to check it out.
1021 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, GA 30318, USA
Posted: 12/19/2012 6:14:02 PM
Coming from a Polish family in New Jersey, pierogies have always been a staple at our Xmas eve dinners. My grandparents would buy them from the polish ladies who made them in the church basement, and our meal would also include some kielbasa from the butcher, and home made stuffed cabbage. In a recent year, the church basement had water damage, and the pierogie making equipment was compromised, and we went elsewhere... and they were not the same. I learned that it's hard to produce a perfect pierogie.
3370 Tilton Street, Philadelphia, PA 19134, USA
Posted: 12/31/2012 1:06:56 PM
I was in town for a friend's birthday and knew I had to get doughnuts from this joint as her treat. She has tried to go so many times, but keeps missing it. They sell out fast! ...or she goes to work late. ;) I got an assortment of jelly, chocolate, vanilla and gingerbread. I loved the blackberry jelly and LOVED the gingerbread! We thought the chocolate and vanilla were pretty darn tasty too though. They were a little more expensive than, say, a DD, but they were ginormous. Not one of us finished an entire doughnut on our own. The line went really fast and Julie could not have been any nicer if she tried. Super pleasant and efficient. Adorable little space, if really tiny. * Reminder to self that a crystal chandelier can literally go anywhere and make it look amazing. There were rumors circulating amongst the waiters that there may be another location opening in a non-Chicago location. Lucky folks! I wish it was here in MN.
400 North Franklin Street, Chicago, IL 60654, USA
Posted: 1/17/2013 4:19:39 PM
I always like to nibble on a little something when drinking my boozey martinis and think their small plates are perfect---especially the 'in jars'!! the bartenders are knowledgeable and always provide great recommendations for dranks!
999 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30309, USA
Posted: 1/17/2013 6:14:58 PM
Went here while visiting a friend, he said it was the place to go for ribs and he was definitley right! We went on a friday night around 8pm, it was busy on the inside. All the tables were full and there was live music. I ordered a half rack of ribs with mac & cheese and baked beans. I also decided I had to try the pecan pie.
1811 Piedmont Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30324, USA
Posted: 12/31/2012 2:04:54 PM
Girl & the Goat has been serving fun foods, craft beers, and making wine in a rustic and bad ass environment since summer 2010. The restaurant opens at 4:30 every day, and stays open until 11pm on weeknights and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays (until those last late night eaters scrape their fork across the plate for the last time, or finish licking their plates until they're shiny and clean). The Goat's menu is divided into three categories: Vegetable, Fish, and of course Meat--while vegetable, fish, or meat are respectively the main stars of their categories, there are crossovers in each area so you'll get a little bit of everything. Bread is baked daily, and there are always new creations on the menu. Girl & the Goat sits in the West Loop smack dab in the Randolph Restaurant Corridor, but the location is still gritty enough to appeal to the chef’s integrity. The Goat has a variety of seating choices, including a comfortable lounge, bar seats, standard table seating, and four seats close enough to the kitchen line that you might be asked to help. Girl & the Goat blended their own wine, and it's tasty. There are beers on tap from Three Floyd’s and a couple others. If you're lucky, you might come across the elusive collaboration beers that Stephanie personally crafted with a couple of beer buddy cohorts. In addition to tap beers, there's also a bunch of bottles to choose from. Girl & the Goat is open 7 days a week, because The Goat is a tireless beast, and besides, who needs rest anyway? Girl & the Goat accepts reservations but always welcomes walk-ins, nomads, adventurers, and those of you who don’t like to plan.
809 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60661, USA
Posted: 12/31/2012 1:22:46 PM
I was here this past Fall and after a few days of hitting it hard at the bars, we wanted something a little more easy going. From the outside it looks like any other dive bar, but once you step in, it takes you back to the 20's. An actual speakeasy bar from that era and where Al Capone used to hang out, it has kept it's decor and nostalgia over the years. We came here on a Monday night, and the local favorite was Patricia Barber. The combination of great jazz music in the air, good drinks and timeless decor, the atmosphere brings you back to what it could've been like during the 20's. A great place in Chicago to visit anytime you're here!
4802 North Broadway, Chicago, IL 60640, USA