Tag: pennsylvania

Cure

Masters of Cured Meat Justin Severino’s Cure is a welcome addition to this Rust Belt city’s flourishing restaurant scene. The Pittsburgh native and former butcher describes his food as local, urban, Mediterranean cuisine. He’s a chef after my own heart, using whole, locally-raised animals (everything from duck and lamb to venison and pork) in a dynamic…  Read More

Zahav

Family-Style Modern Israeli Cuisine Located in Philly’s Society Hill neighborhood, Zahav is often touted as the city’s best restaurant. The menu is a mashup of Israel’s culinary heritage, celebrating the region’s bold flavors with both classic and reinterpreted dishes from chef Michael Solomonov’s homeland. For first-timers I’d recommend the tay’im, or “taste of Zahav.” You’ll start with…  Read More

Zahav

Family-Style Modern Israeli Cuisine Located in Philly’s Society Hill neighborhood, Zahav is often touted as the city’s best restaurant. The menu is a mashup of Israel’s culinary heritage, celebrating the region’s bold flavors with both classic and reinterpreted dishes from chef Michael Solomonov’s homeland. For first-timers I’d recommend the tay’im, or “taste of Zahav.” You’ll start with…  Read More

John’s Roast Pork

Sandwich Euphoria John’s Roast Pork, an iconic South Philly cheesesteak and roast pork purveyor, might make the best sandwich in America. Their cheesesteaks are always at the top of any “best of” list, with sliced ribeye piled high on a crusty Italian loaf with your choice of provolone or American (no Whiz here). But it’s…  Read More

John’s Roast Pork

Sandwich Euphoria John’s Roast Pork, an iconic South Philly cheesesteak and roast pork purveyor, might make the best sandwich in America. Their cheesesteaks are always at the top of any “best of” list, with sliced ribeye piled high on a crusty Italian loaf with your choice of provolone or American (no Whiz here). But it’s…  Read More