[Philadelphia-pm] Visiting monger
brainbuz at brainbuz.org
Mon Sep 26 22:16:50 PDT 2011
I work right near there. Since starting my current job I've been doing extensive field research in nearby Chinatown.
If the decision is Asian, my top recommendation is: Imperial Inn (146 North 10th St). They have good Dim Sum service at lunch time and the best Egg Rolls in Chinatown. There are a lot of other good choices in Chinatown too.
If the decision is not asian around 2nd and Market I recommend the National Mechanics (3rd off Market) or if people don't mind spending a little more, the Continental (2nd and Market). For Cheeseteaks Campos is right there at 2nd and Market.
From: philadelphia-pm-bounces+brainbuz=brainbuz.org at pm.org [philadelphia-pm-bounces+brainbuz=brainbuz.org at pm.org] on behalf of Aaron Crane [arc at aaroncrane.co.uk]
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2011 5:21 PM
To: Chris Nehren
Cc: philadelphia-pm at pm.org
Subject: Re: [Philadelphia-pm] Visiting monger
Chris Nehren <c.nehren/phl at shadowcat.co.uk> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 17:58:50 -0400 , Aaron Crane wrote:
>> A lunch meeting on the 6th sounds like it would work best given the
>> constraints for travel to PPW, even though some people won't be able
>> to make it. Does anyone have a suggestion for place and time?
> I could make lunch on the sixth, presuming it's somewhere in center city
> or university city. Suggestion on place depends on what you want to
> have. We're fortunate to have so very many places to eat in the city
> that it's difficult to recommend a place without any idea of what one
> wants to have. I'm partial to Asian cuisine myself, but am open to other
Asian food works well for me, and I'm generally an unfussy eater who
can enjoy pretty much any cuisine, so I'm happy to go along with the
consensus. I'm naturally planning to try a cheesesteak while I'm in
town, but I can happily do that another time, of course.
I'm currently booked into a hotel near the 2nd Street subway station.
I'm sure I can find my way to another neighborhood for lunch, though.
Aaron Crane ** http://aaroncrane.co.uk/
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