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Restaurant Roundup: Tommy Gunns to Great Harvest Bread Co.

Patch reviews Tommy Gunns, Wing Star, Samurai, Manny’s Place, Manoa Diner and Deli, The Wine Thief, Great American Pub and Great Harvest Bread Co.

Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?

Roxborough-Manayunk Patch brought you the details of  Thursday. 

BBQ people are generally warm and welcoming people. Have you ever met a grouchy pitmaster? The man behind Tommy Gunns is equally warm and welcoming.  for the Meet the Chef/Owner.

If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:

 

Chicken wings, chicken tenders, boneless wings and more sauces than you ever thought possible. This wing joint also serves up burgers, cheesesteaks and salads. My heart belongs with the hot wings though. for the review.

 

Fresh sushi and sashimi at a reasonable price. Harder to find fish and courteous service are what make this place special. This is definitely a better version of your typical neighborhood Japanese restaurant. for the review.

 

Crab cakes and lobster mashed potatoes are what stick out to this seafood lover. Alfresco dining options when the weather gets warmer will be a bonus for anyone. for the review.

 

A friendly diner and deli nestled in a shopping center. All your favorites are there including burgers, club sandwiches, BLTs and ridiculous breakfast specials. Service with a smile is par for the course. Browse the bargain bookstore next door if there’s a wait for the review.

 

A native of Mexico who has worked his way up through the restaurant ranks is now the executive chef of a Mt. Airy eatery. He’s slightly shy but quite polite, for the full Meet the Chef.

 

A laid-back guy who cooks from the heart, this Philly chef counts a Wawa hoagie and cold beer among his guilty pleasures.  for the full Meet the Chef.

 

A Target executive left behind the world of desks and perks so that he could make some real dough. Find out more behind the head baker/loafer by . 

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