Philadelphia Reviews

Mark reviewed
Pros: Great food ..
Cons: The portions are huge, but that's to be expected (plus you have leftovers!) ..
Comments: This place is probably the closest I've come personally to a New York style deli while in Philadelphia. When I have friends in from out of town, I try to ..
Overall Rating: 11111
Mark reviewed
Pros: Solid coffee, friendly staff, good atmosphere ..
Cons: it's closed down ..
Comments: I really liked this place, it's a shame it's closed. ..
Overall Rating: 11111
Mark reviewed
Pros: good service; "Irish bar" atmosphere, but more original and creative than, say, a Kildare's or Bennigan's ..
Cons: they sell beer by the pitcher, have both Lager and Guinness on tap, but they won't make you a pitcher of Black and Tan - what gives? ..
Comments: I went in here with a few friends a while back for a few beers. We stopped in while we waited for our reservation at another restaurant nearby - which ..
Overall Rating: 11111
Mark reviewed
Pros: Fast service, helpful, they seem more reliable than our previous supplier ..
Cons: Not all products are available in the quantities we were getting before. We ended up getting 5 gallon jugs... not a big deal, they'll last a while and the price ..
Comments: We wanted to switch suppliers for the chemicals we used to clean our kitchen, found these guys online, and gave them a call. They sent someone out to our location ..
Overall Rating: 11111

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Exclusively Dutch during its early founding, Germantown became known for its influx of German settlers in the mid 1800?s. There a lot of historical sites to see here, including the Vernon House, Winston Commons, and famous battle site of Grumblethorp. Close to Fairmount Park, Wissahickon Valley begins near Germantown and has exciting alpine-like nature trails that twist around thousands of acres of land, some interceding with Fairmount. This is just another example about how everything in Philadelphia is somehow connected and easily accessible by foot or train. You would also be lucky to visit Germantown in October, because October 6th celebrates the founding of the quiet and quaint town. It is often referred to as ?German-American? day in the rest of the United States; however you can be sure the celebration will be anything other than quiet!

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