Category: Food Adventures

Food Adventures: Men In The Kitchen Kicked-Up Sandwiches And Barbecue

By Rachael Rivera, AAP Columnist My family constantly battles over who does the best ribs; and my brother swears by his steak grilling technique over anyone else’s. Regardless of whom does it best, the important thing is that we have

New Merchantville Restaurant Offers Kabobs And More

By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist The newest eatery to grace our beloved Pennsauken/Merchantville area is The Kabob House, located at 7 East Park Ave. in Merchantville, right around the bend from McFarlan’s Market.

Food Adventures: Mary’s Mobile Diner Returns Home

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor A few years back, All Around Pennsauken highlighted Mary’s Mobile Meals, a small food truck located along River Rd. Shortly thereafter, the truck, run by longtime Pennsauken resident Mary Hilbert, hit the road and moved

Soul Food Abounds At Ms. Nancy’s Place

Special Submission By Joe Cooney, Nancy Miller, a Philly native who moved to Pennsauken 11 years ago, recently opened Ms. Nancy’s Place Soulfood Restaurant at 177 South Centre St. in Merchantville. The spot, right on the circle off Chapel

Mama’s Homemade Cookies Holds Grand Opening On May 16

Mama’s Homemade Cookies makes its Pennsauken debut on Saturday, May 16. The business, which started in 1997, features made-from-scratch cookies that are battered and never frozen. In addition to “love” as the main ingredient, Mama’s Homemade Cookies never include additives

Bobby Ray’s Pennsauken Tavern Offers True “Home Town” Feel

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Bobby Ray Harris grew up in Pennsauken, first at the corner of Washington and Browning and then on Harvey Ave. off of Cove. Life took him across the country and the globe. He became a

Marco’s At Pennsauken Country Club Offers Valentine’s Day Specials

Marco’s Restaurant at the Pennsauken Country Club isn’t a members-only facility. They’re open to the public seven days a week. And in February, the full-service restaurant and bar is offering a special menu for Valentine’s Day Weekend.

Iconic Penn Queen Diner Celebrates 50 Years In Pennsauken

By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist It was 1964. A gallon of gas cost 28 cents, The Beatles were the hottest band on the planet, and The Penn Queen Diner opened its doors for the very first time. Yes, this month,

Pinsetter Bar And Bowl Offers Something For Everyone

“We’re not a snack bar bowling alley.” That’s the mindset of Mark Platzer, owner of Pinsetter Bar and Bowl, located at 7111 Maple Ave. in Pennsauken. Long gone are the days of the old Maple Bowl. Pinsetter’s kitchen has a

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