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Philly Magazine: Steakhouses in Philadelphia: The Ultimate Guide

Philly Magazine: Steakhouses in Philadelphia: The Ultimate Guide

There are a lot of steakhouses on this list that have some history. But Chubby’s? It has the best kind of history. They’re not claiming that George Washington ate there or that Sinatra passed out in the men’s room — simply that the American steakhouse was at its best in the late ’50s and early ’60s (which it was), so that’s where Chubby’s basically froze time. Click Here

Philly Grub: Chubby’s 1 ½ Steakhouse in Gloucester City

Philly Grub: Chubby’s 1 ½ Steakhouse in Gloucester City

Legendary restaurant Chubby’s 1 ½ Hearth has been reborn as Chubby’s 1 ½ Hearth Steakhouse located at 239 Monmouth Street in historic Gloucester City, New Jersey. It is a premier dining destination in South Jersey taking its rightful place as one of the finest steakhouses in the Philadelphia region. Click Here

“Aw, Shucks” Oyster Recycling

“Aw, Shucks” Oyster Recycling

Max’s Seafood Café and Chubby’s Steakhouse announce their participation in the American Littoral Society’s oyster shell recycling program to help rejuvenate New Jersey’s bays and restore its eroding shoreline. The objective of the “Aw, Shucks” program, started by our friend and nature conservationist, Hunter Willoughby-Spera, is to recycle our restaurants’ oyster shells to provide for cleaner waterways. Oysters not only make a delicious meal, they clean-up afterwards! Oysters offer a natural filtration system, eating algae and cleansing up to 50 gallons of water per day. Instead of chucking shucks why not collect the shucks and return them to New Jersey’s bays. The shells provide a necessary substrate for new oysters which, in turn, provide cleaner water, a healthier environment, and more oysters for our oyster lovers! Oysters Rockefeller anyone? For more information, please check out the American Littoral Society’s Oyster Recycling Program Click Here