Jack's Delicatessen is a good old Jewish Deli located in the center of NE Philadelphia. It has pink decor, and it has a little run-down feel to it, but it is well kept
Their Pastrami is simply great: it is real one that they cook right there. Their matzoh ball soup was also delicious.
They have good service and reasonable price for great Jewish deli food.
I still cannot believe the fact I came across this book which is worth more than $300 for only $20 at the Big Jar.
It is a cosi place where you can spend hours on picking up something you may be interested in reading. They have a limited seating so it will be on floor.
Old City needs more places like this to simply enjoy the neighborhood.
Liao Collection is an unique place in itself located one block north of Chinatown. It is almost like a museum in a way. They have stone works and antique furniture to small items such as pen holders.
They are bit pricey so you want to know where to place it before your purchase...
We use Mr. Chen's molding for our framing supply. He is very accommodating and always teaches me something new about making frames.
We like to use their #10 profile which gives a nice clean look with thin profile.
The price is good and very good if you include all these tip he gives me when I visit every time.
I had a dinner the other night over wine and a lot of beers. Beer selection is pretty good and liked their Porter.
Tapas menu was rather unique and all the dishes we ordered were very tasty: they are on a thicker side with a lot of cream.
Plenty of seating and nice ambiance.
I too switched the insurance company to MacKley this year, and it has been good so far. It cut my premium to the half of what I used to pay.
So far, I do not have any claim so it is hard to say how they are going to be like. But when I had to add something to my policy, they were pretty easy going.
Good place for small businesses.
I stopped by this place for the first time for lunch. The sandwiches they serve are pretty good. I particularly like their cheesy broccoli soup was great.
They have many seating area and friendly customer service. This is a kind of place where you want to spend a sunny weekend afternoon with a sandwich and a couple of tea.
In the heart of German Village, this is the place to go for European pottery - French, Italian, and Polish. The selection is very nice and the store is well organized. There is also a gallery upstairs.
I frequently come here after gallery tour in Chelsea. The location makes it very convenient.
They serve nice bar food particularly sweet potato fries. The price is rather high, but justify with the location.
I sometimes feel that people at the bar do not treat me right. They are rather brunt and not accommodating. I suppose you can do that if the place is busy enough.
This is another Izakaya place that I go when I am in NY. Close proximity to Chelsea gallery district is great.
The menu is rather typical but they do everything right. It has nice decor inside with a lot of wood work. Good place for a small drinks with Japanese family style dishes.