Sunday, March 27, 2011

Blog Bites: A Round-Up of the Week's Top Food Stories

Meal Ticket talks with the Boba Bros, Penn students Benjamin Shyong and Arthur Kuan, whose bubble teas will be sold at TBowl, a new restaurant taking the place of Taglio at 3716 Spruce

The Daily Pennsylvanian reports on the snobby attitude of Capogiro employees, the popular gelato and coffee spot at 3925 Walnut

Yo-Reka, the yogurt parfait place at the Shoppes at 1920 Commons, is now Salad Your Way after breakfast, but the folks at Under the Button are not impressed

University City Lebanese bakery Manakeesh, which has received much press in the Philly food-o-sphere since opening in January, was profiled in The Daily Pennsylvanian this week

• Both Penn Gastronomy Club and Midtown Lunch offer their tasting notes on Tyson Bees, a Korean and Thai food truck on Penn's Campus at 33rd and Spruce

34th Street favorably reviews The Farm and the Fisherman, a BYOB located at 1120 Pine Street that features sustainably sourced ingredients

Zama, a sushi restaurant in Rittenhouse Square, is hosting a benefit for Japan on Tuesday, all proceeds from the six-course dinner will go to the American Red Cross - Uwishunu

Gawker reports on the backlash against Groupon, both from retailers and its own employees

• The politics of food: Famous food journalist Mark Bittman details six trends in American food that we can feel good about - The New York Times

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