Cheers to PA Restaurants

  • Cheers to PA Restaurants

     
    POSTED July 24, 2014
     

Photos courtesy of Po Le Cucina

I’m feeling a bit of Pennsylvania pride at the moment. It might be the well-deserved summer after that really long winter, or it might be the fun things I’ve done in PA the last few weeks, but I think it really has more to do with Pennsylvania earning top marks for its food by Open Table.

This online reservation service releases a list each year of “The 100 Top Neighborhood Gem Restaurants in America” and guess what? Pennsylvania tied for third (with New Jersey) with the most restaurants. California took the number one spot, while New York rounded out second place. Neighborhood gems are those wonderful go-to spots whether you’re in the mood for your favorite dish or just want a place to hang out with family and friends. They’re like home, only better. So who made the list in PA? Check out below and if you haven’t already been, make a reservation now.

Po Le Cucina, Spring House, PA

Paris Bistro Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia

Laurel, Philadelphia

Little Nonna’s, Philadelphia

The Good King Tavern, Philadelphia

Bar Lucca, Conshocken 

Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority has announced the launch of its revamped website. The update site offers a comprehensive trip planning guide for visitors to Seattle, Tukwila, SeaTac and Des Moines. The guide has quick and easy access to destinations, restaurants, accommodations and more across Seattle Southside.

 

Now your group can enjoy the taste of one of Seattle’s favorite pizzerias at your next event. Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria—the Northwest’s first Neapolitan pizzeria to be certified by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana— has retrofitted a shipping container to create the D’Asporto mobile food truck. The truck—which was recently blessed by a Catholic priest—includes an authentic Acunto wood-fired oven imported from Naples, Italy, and serves salads and beverages in addition to wood-fired pizzas.