June 3, 2013
The coffee scene in Philadelphia goes way beyond providing your standard cup o’ joe. From talented bands of local roasters to award-winning third-wave coffee shops, this city is definitely having a coffee moment. But that dark brew isn’t the only finely crafted product to see a revival in Philadelphia. Di Bruno Brothers takes artisanal cheese [...]Read more»
December 3, 2012
Master chef Anthony Bourdain heeded the calls of thousands of Philadelphia fans and finally booked a trip to the 215 to be featured on his Travel Channel show The Layover. We shared a blow-by-blow guide to Tony’s trip to Philadelphia, but tonight is the real deal. The Philadelphia episode of The Layover is set to [...]Read more»
July 24, 2012
At long last, it’s finally happening… Anthony Bourdain is in Philadelphia — today! — to film an upcoming episode of one his travel shows. Naturally, we’re pretty excited. You see, we first told you about Bourdain’s professed desire to shoot a show in Philadelphia last November and then again this March, when Bourdain went on [...]Read more»
Check out the video above to meet Emilio Mignucci, the third generation owner of Philadelphia’s iconic Di Bruno Bros., a glistening specialty food emporium which began in 1939 when three brothers immmigrated to Philadelphia’s Italian Market neighborhood from Italy.
You’ll see Emilio at Di Bruno’s Chestnut Street location’s second floor “Upstairs at Di Bruno’s” cafe, and learn what he wishes more people knew about Philly when it comes to beer.
Di Bruno Bros.
1730 Chestnut Street; 930 S. 9th Street; Ardmore Farmers Market, Anderson and Coulter Avenues; Comcast Center, 1701 JFK Boulevard
10th & Pine Streets, 2nd & Poplar Streets
Check out the video above to meet Emilio Mignucci, the third generation owner of Philadelphia’s iconic Di Bruno Bros., a glistening specialty food emporium which began in 1939 when three brothers immmigrated to Philadelphia’s Italian Market neighborhood from Italy. You’ll see Emilio at Di Bruno’s Chestnut Street location’s second floor “Upstairs at Di Bruno’s” cafe, [...]Read more»
November 22, 2011
The tree lights are atwinkle, the store windows are bursting with red, green, silver and gold, the ribbon and wrapping paper and cards are calling your name from inside your cabinet. It’s officially gift-giving holiday heyday, and there’s no time like the present to stock up on Philadelphia-made crafts, clothes, food and more for the [...]Read more»
November 8, 2011
In honor of Chef Marc Vetri’s newest cookbook, Rustic Italian Food, out this month, GQ Magazine has just published a cool online feature in which Chef Vetri dishes on his top food, drink and music picks in Philadelphia. The latest feature in the magazine’s series called “The Short Order,” in which top local chefs provide [...]Read more»
November 3, 2011
We did not need Saveur Magazine to crown Philadelphia the best sandwich city in America to know we’re tops in that department. (Although, admittedly, we appreciated the compliment.) Philly’s big three sandwiches include, of course, the world famous Philly cheesesteak; the delicious roast pork sandwich; and the authentic, virtually-impossible-to-replicate-outside-the-region Philadelphia hoagie. In honor of National [...]Read more»
September 19, 2011
Chef Rob Sidor of Di Bruno Bros. is joining forces with Stoudt’s Brewing Company and local livestock farm 7th Heaven Farm to host a tasting event honoring the goat, from nose to tail. “The Brewer, The Farmer, The Chef & The Goat” dinner will take place tomorrow night, September 20, from 6-8 p.m. There will [...]Read more»
August 16, 2011
How many times have you wandered into Di Bruno Bros.’ original Italian Market location and dreamed of dipping your fingers into the antipasti barrels to fish out a feta cheese-stuffed olive, a marinated mushroom or a fire-roasted tomato? If you’re like most people, the answer is every time. Take advantage of Di Bruno’s private tasting/shopping [...]Read more»
August 10, 2011
Technically, July is National Picnic Month. But in our opinion it’s never too late for a useful guide to DIY outdoor eating in Philadelphia. Below, we’ve outlined all the best summer festivals and concerts coming up to which you’re encouraged to BYO picnic basket and blanket; the most picnic-friendly parks and other swatches of green [...]Read more»