Blog Bites: A Round-Up of the Week’s Top Food Stories

The Daily Pennsylvanian talks Philly Beer Week and the city’s upcoming series of “Night Markets”

New indian food cart planned to open in University City before fall classes startGrub Street Philly

• Philly food blog Row Home Eats reports the best of last week’s Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll

The Daily News gives West Philly’s Desi Chaat House a three fork “fabulous” rating

Au Bon Pain is redesigning its restaurants and menu, though the DP reported in April that the location on Penn’s campus may leave in 2012

University City will host “Sustainable Saturdays” starting June 18, a summer-long local food series featuring ice cream tasting, workshops, a Farm-To-Table Trolley Tour, and more – Uwishunu

• Foobooz creates a Philly version of the USDA’s new MyPlate food chart; as you’d imagine, the Philly edition includes heavy portions of Tastykakes and soft pretzels
• If beer week didn’t satiate your cravings for cocktails, check out Center City Sips, a summer-long event occurring every Wednesday with discounted cocktails and appetizers – Foobooz

• Yikes: the former associate commissioner of foods at the FDA says an E. Coli outbreak similar to the one in Europe could happen in the U.S.Civil Eats

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