Monday nights in Conshohocken just got a little more diverse. Beginning this week, The Conshohocken Cafe is hosting an open mic every Monday night from 7-9. The first event was well attended (I mean obviously, we were there!) and well performed. If you’ve been to the Cafe, you’ve certainly met Andrew, who performed much of this first evening in a… Read more →
It’s on a roof. It’s from a truck. But these are not your typical tacos or even food you might expect when pulling into a mall… or even a market. Quite simply, the tacos from Plymouth Meetings Whole Foods Market’s new rooftop Blue Route Taco Truck are amazing. The menu boasts five varieties of freshly made tacos described as… Read more →
The day started with a brownie bribe as I once again arrived ready to go on our road trip several cups of coffee down, drinking a large orange juice and packing one bottle of coconut water, a diet Dr. Pepper and a 32 ounce Nalgene of water. There was no doubt that my petite bladder would not make the hour… Read more →
Last Friday, Nikki and I met up with one of her friends in Olde City for dinner. We started the evening in a cool restaurant and ended it in the tattoo parlor… Hm, yes… Danielle makes it all so succinct, leaving out the brazenly inappropriate girl talk (which I suppose can be assumed) and the disturbingly disproportionate number of hipster’s… Read more →
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My abductor had previously showed me the confectionery options available to me via the bakery’s website. She had not incorrectly noted that I would want to make away with a Cosmopolitan cupcake. I will admit, once the impressive and beautiful display case was directly in front of me, my resolve weakened slightly. But, since a cosmo cupcake is not something… Read more →
Back on the highway headed toward Manhattan we took the exit that the phone suggested but it seemed to have missed a turn in its direction, and we ended up heading toward downtown rather than uptown. With only one more u-turn, we managed to make it to the proper 189th Street. Cruising a few blocks, I found what I felt… Read more →
Sunday morning…my alarm went off promptly at 5 a.m. as alarms will do when programmed thusly.(Nikki’s alarm went off. I, DanielleJ, do not require alarms) I, however, was up somewhere closer to 5:12 as girls who don’t go to bed until 1 will do. Half-naked stumbling to the living room ensured that the coffee maker was, in fact, making coffee…. Read more →
…Or, how Nikki messed up the date of a tasting event that resulted in the best Tweet of all time… The night ended thusly: DanielleJPhilly: “Everybody is screwed because I can’t see to drive at night” – @prowess64 as she speeds down Lancaster Ave. #SaveMe!! But it began: Prowess64: Hm I wonder if @DanielleJPhilly will allow me to drive? Muwhahaha!… Read more →
The best part of our meal was the salad course. The rest of dinner is not worth a mention. “Never again”, she said. I agreed.
Cafe at the Mills, East Falls, Philadelphia, PA It all started on Saturday when I picked DanielleJ up from her place and we scooted over to East Falls’ Sherman Mills for a tasting I’d been invited to at a cafe that is opening next month… or so we thought. Once there, and the place obviously not quite open I rechecked… Read more →