This move prompted some changes. The vegan market now offers communal dinners on Saturdays with a six-course meal, along with meal delivery services, cooking classes and more. What else are you missing out on at Miss Rachel’s Pantry? According to Philly Mag, the mushroom bacon bits are a pretty big deal.
In this article, the writer expressed their delight with the entire establishment, but especially in the form of mushroom bacon bits that somehow, quite magically, taste like real bacon.
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The mushroom bacon wasn’t the only thing that stuck with me about my experience at Miss Rachel’s Pantry, though. There was so much about the space and the vibe and the food that, regardless of the bazillion Instagram photos I’d seen beforehand, I never would have noticed without actually going. First off, when you step into the tiny space, you instantly feel like you’ve been transported out of a residential block of rowhomes in South Philly into, well, a Pinterest board. Everything — from the tiny milk-jug-like jars used for water to the floral-printed paper straws sitting next to them to the “Hiya, Toots” sign on the wall — makes you feel like you’re in a charming small-town restaurant where all the food, including the pub cheese and the “whitefish” salad sitting in the to-go case, just happens to be vegan. In the roughly 90 minutes I spent there, I’m pretty sure I said “Ermahgod, I love it here” at least 864 times.
Philly Mag calls it the “vegan dinner I haven’t stopped thinking about for months,” so it must be worth the trip.
Have you been to Miss Rachel’s Pantry’s new location? What do you think?