Younger brothers begin Philly Eating places Overview web site


You are not older than 14 years. Three brothers from Gladwyne, Pennsylvania are the masterminds of a campaign to help local restaurants during the pandemic.

Video transcript

– – It was delicious.

– – Because of the coronavirus, many people were scared or didn’t really know why they would eat out. The first time we went to Philly for dinner, we spent almost an hour looking for a restaurant. We thought it would have been a good idea to create a website that educates people about good Philadelphia restaurants.

One day we came here and took photos of different places. Then we transferred everything to our website

We talk about their outdoor seating, give the verified hours and a link to their website.

– – Today we’re at Hawthorn and I ordered the French toast. Soft on the inside, but crispy on the outside. I gave it a 9 and 1/2 out of 10.

– – I like the powdered sugar.

SUSAN FREEMAN: I don’t think people know that the good things they say go a really long way for us. Like most restaurants, we have just closed completely. When we realized we could have that many tables outside, we got to work. The neighbors really supported us and it helps our own motivation and morale more than ever.

– – It’s cooked perfectly.

– – As you can see, we are in a bubble. It helps you to be safe. So I definitely rate this hotel as very good.

ANGELA ALLEVI: They are very flexible kids so they really have been able to adapt and have gotten along mostly over the past year. And I also think it’s a very educational experience for them.

– – Going out and raising people’s awareness of the business could also help other restaurants create outdoor seating and other helpful items during and hopefully after the virus as well.