Earlier this week I had a serious hankering for Chinese food. Sitting at my home in Fishtown I picked up the phone about a half hour before getting ready to eat and called my go-to bodega Chinese spot. Normally when I order from this place I’m generally astounded at how quickly they get to my… Continue reading Chinese Food #OPENINPHL during Coronavirus Pandemic
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has already had a dramatic impact on restaurants. As of the end of the day on Monday, restaurant purchase transactions had slumped more than 42% across the Thanx network. In these difficult times, restaurants must take proactive measures to not only keep establishments safe, in accordance with CDC guidelines for businesses but also ensure they… Continue reading 14 Coronavirus Survival Strategies for Restaurants
Photo courtesy of Yelp.com Yo, Philly! Mad Rex, a post-apocalyptic themed bar where Mad Max meets modern day dining elegance, is opening its rusted doors this Friday, Sept. 29th! Rising from the secret depths of Revolutions Bowl and The Fillmore Philly, Mad Rex features an eccentric food menu, completely immersive design, and Philadelphia’s first VR-concept bar… Continue reading First Look: Some post-apocalyptic fun right here in Philly.
A Coming Out Party for Philadelphia’s Newest Southern Belle! Join us Thursday, December 1st @ 5:30 – 9:00pm for a complimentary menu sampling and cocktail party to welcome Common Wealth — the best of South Carolina Lowcountry cuisine and hospitality to our Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Executive Chef Joe Battista and General Manager Crystal Battista (brother and sister in law) want Philly’s foodies to… Continue reading Lowcountry Cuisine Cotillion: Tastemaker Event
We get it, summer is crazy and it’s very possible that you have yet to visit a bustling Philadelphia Night Market. Now with the weather getting a little cooler and winter closely approaching it’s time to mark your calendar and MAKE SURE you don’t miss the final 2 Night Markets of the season! Pennsport Night… Continue reading Night Market Philly Fall Locations
Combining Ride Sharing and Food Delivery with UberEATS Anyone from Philadelphia will tell you that one of the best things about living in the city is the food. There are thousands of incredible restaurants scattered across the city, and the startup giant Uber aims to help people get their favorite foods delivered anytime. UberEATS came… Continue reading UberEATS Launching Soon in Philadelphia
With the Democratic National Convention coming up soon, July 25-28th, we made a list of our favorite spots and what they’ll being doing for the convention. If you’re looking to get your left winged swag on these are the places you should hit! #DNCDeals National Mechanics www.nationalmechanics.com -10% off entire check with your DNC Credentials/Badge… Continue reading #DNCDeals in the City of Brotherly Love
As you may or may not know we’re represent a lot of businesses in the tri-state area in the hospitality industry. One recurring topic that keeps coming up in meetings is that they’re all always looking for staff, however they can’t always openly promote it because their staff might find out and the possibility of… Continue reading Now Hiring at Philadelphia Bars and Restaurants
It seems that there’s a new trend on Youtube that’s been spiking channel views. While consumer attention spans continue to diminish it seems that :30 second cooking videos have quickly replaced our Martha Stewart and Rachel Rays of the world. Here’s a few samples of short cooking videos with astounding view counts.
Food and science will be in perfect harmony on Thursday March 31st as the Academy of Natural Sciences hosts 2016 The Philadelphia Restaurant Festival. Over 70 local restaurants, breweries and distilleries will be on hand to provide some of Philly’s best food and drinks. Quite a few Small Talk Media clients will be in attendance including;… Continue reading Philadelphia Restaurant Festival March 31st