While institutions like Ms. Tootsie’s have closed in recent years, you’ll still find great soul food in Philadelphia, both in traditional brick and mortar restaurants, and on the city’s thriving food truck scene.
Whether you crave something traditional, like a chocolate glazed, something more gourmet, like a pistachio baklava donut, or a plus-sized donut fit to serve an entire party, Pennsylvania has world class donut shops that offer all this, and more. Even fried chicken sandwiches.
If you thought Pennsylvania’s best vegetarian and vegan restaurants were strictly a big city thing, think again. There is no shortage of unique meat-free, plant-based dining options throughout the entire state.
An estimated 519,000 Pennsylvanians could lose access to Medicaid health insurance, nearly half-a-million residents would lose access to food assistance, and Pennsylvania veterans would lose 272,600 doctors visits for issues like mental health and substance disorder treatment.