Participating Businesses

Colombian Bakery

4944 N 5th St

 

Menu:
Pan de Bono – The Colombian Bakery’s pan de bono comes in a donut or ball shape. Order according to your crust vs. doughy center preferences.

Fruit & Cream Cheese Filled Puff Pastries- These pastries are super flaky on the outside and filled with a tangy sweet guava or pineapple filling and strip of soft cream cheese. Not big on cream cheese? They also have ones with only the fruit filling.

For next time:
Ham and Cheese Croissant – If you come early enough in the morning, try a breakfast croissant filled with cheese and ham or just cheese.

Passport Discount: 
When you’ve collected three or more stamps from different eateries, present your passport here to enjoy 20% off your purchase!

El Trebol Bakery

5052 N 5th St

267-770-4212

Menu:
Trebol – A clover shaped bread that is lightly sweet and sprinkled with sesame seeds.
Concha – A classic Mexican pastry bread with a crumbly sugar crust and flavors of chocolate and strawberry.
Fresh Juices – Mango, pineapple, guava and other tropical fruit juices made daily.

Also on the Menu:
This bakery also serves up traditional Mexican platters with rice, beans, avocado, authentic Mexican cheese and your choice of protein. They also make their own Tepache, which is a tangy fermented pineapple juice.

Fun Fact:
This bakery specializes in the food and baked goods from the Mexican state of Puebla (East-Central Mexico). The owners learned how to bake and cook from their Uncle, who is from Puebla, while they were all living in New York. This is their first bakery and all baked goods and food platters are made from scratch on site.

Passport Discount: 
When you’ve collected three or more stamps from different eateries, present your passport here to enjoy 20% off your purchase!

Gail’s Caribbean American Cuisine

5555 N 5th St

215-621-6521

Menu:
“Doubles” – A common street food sandwich made with two bara (flat fried bread) filled with channa (curried chick peas).
Aloo Pie – A soft, fried pastry made from flour and water, and filled with boiled, spiced and mashed potatoes. It’s similar to a samosa, “aloo” being the Hindi word for potato.

Passport Discount: 
When you’ve collected three or more stamps from different eateries, present your passport here to enjoy 10% off your purchase!

Korean Chinese Restaurant

441 Chew Ave

(At 5th and Chew next to the produce market)

267-455-4555

 

Menu:
Chajangmyon – Noodles served with onion & pork in black bean sauce Jamppong – Noodles served with shrimp, squid & veggies in spicy broth

Fun Fact:
In South Korea, this fusion food is a popular take-out meal. Sort of like what Americanized Chinese food is here, with urban neighborhoods having several corner shops to order from.

Passport Discount: 
When you’ve collected three or more stamps from different eateries, present your passport here to enjoy 10% off your purchase!

Los Tacos

5104 N 5th St

(215) 910-5788

 

Menu:
Tacos – As the name of the business implies, this place specializes in delicious soft tortilla tacos.
Guacamole – Seriously the best guac in the city! Freshly made to order with hints of chopped onion and cilantro, yummmmm.

Private parties
Don’t judge this book by it’s cover. The restaurant has a stylish and spacious lounge and BYOB bar upstairs available for your next private party.

Passport Discount: 
When you’ve collected three or more stamps from different eateries, present your passport here to enjoy 10% off your purchase!