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Like a dessert-driven Donatello, Whipped Bakeshop's Zoë Lukas uses flour and a free-flowing imagination to sculpt sumptuous cakes, cookies, and cupcakes that target clients' sweet teeth and soft spots. A Jack Daniels whiskey-bottle cake will wow the guests at your daughter's seventh birthday party, while a Yoda cake is a special way to show the adorkable Dagobah-dweller in your life just how much you appreciate his or her training. Sushi cakes shine like samurai steel, and taco-topped cupcakes combine two of the world's greatest foods (three, if the taco contains a cheeseburger). Lukas also ices and dices more traditional and equally tasty baked goods. Whipped Bakeshop uses only the freshest natural ingredients from butter bushes and chocolate trees for its pieces of pastry perfection.
Cornerstone Market & Produce taps into the orchards and ovens of the Philadelphia area to offer fresh produce and baked goods from local vendors such as Weavers Way. Cornerstone also sells assorted frozen items, including seafood from Otolith Seafood and Ben & Jerry's ice cream (they go surprisingly well together), as well as canned goods and cartonned essentials. And to cover your family's next birthday party or UN-sanctioned nuclear missile test, Cornerstone Market & Produce offers extensive catering options—including a deluxe sandwich platter ($8.95 per person) and a cheese platter of the mozzarella, brie, and cheddar variety ($49 for the ten person small order).
Cuisine Type: Italian-American Cuisine
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 5?10
Parking: Free street parking
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Pizza Warehouse's chefs spend their days crafting sixteen specialty pies and an equal number of stuffed stromboli for hungry diners, but they don't stop there. Cooks also whip up burgers, pasta, and even seafood platters, in addition to perpetually popular hot sandwiches such as cheesesteaks. Additionally, they prepare breakfast eats such as omelets for early risers and those who foolishly forgot to refrigerate their leftover pizza so they could eat it cold in the morning.
At any hour of the day or night, patrons can slide into Darling’s Diner’s modern, orange booths and order breakfast specialties or homestyle lunches and dinners—many with low-cal and vegan options. The cooks whip up favorites such as club sandwiches and three-egg omelets 24 hours a day as an homage to the classic diners that tirelessly fed humanity’s ancestors. On the more modern side of the spectrum, they man a full bar that’s open until 2 a.m., mixing vintage-themed cocktails and doling out beers. The indoor seating’s cozy glow of warm pendant lights is juxtaposed by the patio, where diners can nibble on cheesecake-stuffed french toast or grilled corned beef reubens—with slow-cooked kraut on Kaplan’s Rye bread—in open air. In addition to its diner dishes, the kitchen is known for its Philadelphia-style cheesecakes, which range from classic to berry cuvee with guava.
The windows of El Camino Real are painted with elaborate mini-murals: you’ll find Mexican wrestlers, goats, dragons and gunslingers all depicted in a row. This somewhat-boisterous but never off-putting Northern Liberties spot serves what might be called Tex-Mex and barbecue comfort-food staples, like huge plates of nachos, tacos that range from chicken to bacon, beef short-rib, pulled pork sandwiches and barbecue platters. A handful of less-expected items include vegetarian wings that will satisfy even the staunchest of meat eaters. The yellow stucco walls and banquettes lined with Mexican blankets might make you want to settle in to a Southwestern reverie with one of El Camino’s blood-orange margaritas.