Category: Philadelphia

Mace’s Crossing the best burgers in Philly?

Mace’s Crossing back dat time up Welcome back inebriated readers to the Pot & Pan Handler’s malicious blog, Mace’s Crossing edition. Mace’s Crossing is the building that time and the health department forgot and the story of an underdog. Seriously,

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Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market

Welcome informal readers to a Reading Terminal Market filled Pot and Pan Handler’s blog. This is where we will discuss the finer points of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s Reading Terminal Market. Yeah, I suppose you figured that out already, but search engine

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The Cow & the Curd

The Cow & the Curd say cheese, you’re trucked Welcome back infrequent readers today, we’re talking curd, The Cow & the Curd, Sprechers and Ranch dressing. A Midwestern trifecta, in an unlikely place, all wrapped up in a little truck.

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Ring My Bellini

Welcome readers to a Bellini filled rendition of the Pot & Pan Handler’s nomadic food & travel blog. Today we get a surprise text and find ourselves in an upscale Italian restaurant in Philadelphia, where they’re making their own pasta,

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Federal Donuts Exudes Efficiency

Federal Donuts Welcome to a Federal Donuts filled Pot and Pan Handler post from the city of Brotherly Love. Today we’re talking something near and dear to our hearts… Donuts. Specifically Federal Donuts, whom have the unique distinction of serving

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Green Eggs Cafe a booze-less brunch

Green Eggs Café If Green Eggs Café has a call to arms, I guess you’d call it brunch. Dubbing themselves a brunch style restaurant, Green Eggs touches upon the rather large elephant in the room, they don’t serve booze. However,

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Nomad Pizza Doesn’t Meth Around

Nomad Pizza We are at Nomad Pizza. As residents of North Carolina we typically have to drive twenty minutes for a good pizza. But tonight we are in luck, we’re in Philadelphia in the Northeast United States where if they’re

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Tavern on Camac; These are the People in Your Gayborhood

Tavern on Camac We’re in Philly at Tavern on Camac, the wet cough of a homeless man punctuates the sound of the city while a cool night’s breeze tugs at the hems of our coats (at least, I hope it’s

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One good cause destroys another

Welcome back readers, to the Pot and Pan Handler food & travel blog, where today we’re talking good cause. A cause is the altruistic organizational tendency that make us change and grow as a society constantly striving to continue to

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Paddy’s Pub

Paddy’s Pub It’s loud in here. Dark and old, Paddy’s pub is small, crowded, smoky, the smell of spilled beer, cigarettes and sin are inescapable. The old wood room is filled with the raucous laughter of middle aged hedonists. The

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