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Meet The Empanada Queen

Bryn Mawr’s Veronica Fitzgerald Opens V Empanadas in Wayne Farmers Market by Melissa Jacobs Ask Veronica Fitzgerald what her empanadas are filled with and she gives a simple answer. “Love,” says Fitzgerald, who opened V Empanadas in the Lancaster County Farmers Market on Feb. 26. “There’s love in every bite.” The Main Line apparently lovesContinue reading “Meet The Empanada Queen”

The Sexy Six

Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day restaurant in Philadelphia? Try one of these sweet spots. Partner Content Snuggled inside the Canopy Hotel, French-inspired The Wayward is offering a seafood-centric, prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu from Feb. 11 to Feb. 14. The $75 per person, four-course menu includes oysters, caviar, seared Ahi tuna, choice of New ZealandContinue reading “The Sexy Six”

Jose Garces’ Exclusive, New, East Falls Dining Experience

The award-winning chef dishes about plans for his Radnor taqueria and his new line of plant-based foods – and gives us a peek at his private dining space in East Falls. by Greg Salisbury, food editor Mark you calendar for May 5. That’s the opening date of Buena Onda, Chef Jose Garces’ new taqueria inContinue reading “Jose Garces’ Exclusive, New, East Falls Dining Experience”

7 Dishes You’ll Love

Culinary mash-ups make this menu shine. Sponsored Content Five spice pork lacquered like Peking duck, pistachio dukkah, cranberry gastrique and a crab fritter inspired by Puerto Rican street food are just a few of the highlights on Grace Winery’s winter menu. That food may seem adventurous for a restaurant housed in a 1700-era manor house,Continue reading “7 Dishes You’ll Love”

Great Philly Food: 10 Places We Love

Tacos, Dim Sum, Coffee and Beer You Should Try by Maura and Sam, Philly Snack Queens Bassetts An oldie but goodie, Bassetts’ ice cream hits the spot every single time. With flavors like butterscotch vanilla, salted caramel pretzel, rum raisin and pomegranate blueberry chunk, there’s something for everyone. Our favorite: coffee fudge. Made of coffeeContinue reading “Great Philly Food: 10 Places We Love”

Try This New Berwyn Pub

Will’s + Bill’s is a savvy addition to the Main Line dining scene by Melissa Jacobs With extensive, creative cocktail options, a menu filled with too many tempting choices to tackle in one visit and décor that is both upscale and relaxed, Will’s + Bill’s is exactly the brewpub we didn’t know we needed. DarkContinue reading “Try This New Berwyn Pub”

MLT Eats: Four Hidden Gems to Try Right Now

Looking for an undiscovered restaurant with great food? The Philly Snack Queens have you covered. by Maura and Sam, aka The Philly Snack Queens, contributing editors Love hot, new restaurants? So do we. And we love undiscovered eateries with great food, drink and people. Everyone in the neighborhood knows and loves these places, but ifContinue reading “MLT Eats: Four Hidden Gems to Try Right Now”

MLT Eats: Morimoto’s 20th Anniversary

The Main Line Tonight Interview: Chef Masaharu Morimoto by Greg Salisbury, Food Editor For restaurants to survive even a few years is a great achievement. To be in business for 20 years is downright remarkable – especially in this pandemic afflicted world. Morimoto is still one of the region’s most groundbreaking, influential restaurants. In additionContinue reading “MLT Eats: Morimoto’s 20th Anniversary”

MLT Eats: Sophie’s BBQ

As the Ardmore eatery celebrates its first anniversary, our food editor gives the corner spot two (sauce-filled) thumbs up by Greg Salisury, Food Editor This November, Sophie’s BBQ celebrated its first anniversary, and while being in business for one year may not seem like a big deal … This hasn’t been an ordinary year. ByContinue reading “MLT Eats: Sophie’s BBQ”

Try This Latke Recipe

Main Line native Jackie Grant of Simmer & Sage shares her Hannukah memories (and recipe). by Jackie Grant, Simmer & Sage If there was ever a dish that brings back vivid childhood memories, is steeped in tradition and is totally droolworthy, it’s classic potato latkes. The Jewish holidays are big on symbolism, and because HannukahContinue reading “Try This Latke Recipe”