Turning to Instagram to choose your next meal? That is exactly what these best friends did to put Philadelphia (and “it’s suburbs and beyond!”) on the map as a foodie haven. In 2014, Mollie launched @PhillyFoodies, which boasts more than 76K followers, and shortly after Lauren started @Love_PhillyFood, which quickly grew to more than 25K followers. Together, they founded City Chew Biz to help food businesses boost their digital media content. The hungry duo took a day trip out to Bucks County and dined like the locals do, documenting their food stops along the way…

  • Lauren and Mollie at Blue Moose Cafe
  • Table at Blue Moose Cafe
Stop 1: Brunch at Blue Moose Café

“My favorite meal of the day! I enjoyed Skylar’s Egg Sammy from Blue Moose Café. Then we split an order of the Cornflake Crusted French Toast. I loved having a couple bites of something sweet following a savory breakfast sandwich. New Hope was such a cute little town to walk around, I can’t wait to come back again” – Mollie

  • Lauren and Mollie at Crossing Vineyards
  • Wine glasses at Crossing Vineyards
Stop 2: Wine Tasting at Crossing Vineyards & Winery

“We enjoyed live music after sampling some delicious wine!” – Mollie

  • La Stalla Italian Market
Stop 3: Shopping La Stalla Italian Market

“We made a pit stop for biscotti while stopping in cute shops along the way.” – Lauren

  • Cones at OwowCow
Stop 4: Ice Cream at OwowCow

“They have tons of unique flavors, which were fun to sample, and specialty cones that make for the best Instagram pictures (plus, they’re delicious). I got Classic Chocolate and she got Mint Chocolate Chip, which were so fresh and delicious!” – Lauren

  • Golden Gate Grilled Cheese at Sycamore Grill
  • Fresh Mozzarella at Sycamore Grill
Stop 5: Dinner at Sycamore Grill

“Here we grabbed a Golden Gate Grilled Cheese and some Hand-Breaded Fresh Mozzarella. Each town we stopped at was so charming and unique – what a great way to spend a Saturday!” – Lauren

Catch this story in our Spring/Summer 2018 issue of Well Seasoned! Available at Bucks County restaurants, hotels and attractions. Request your copy online