“I hope that the flag comes down after Sunday night,” Maley told the publication.
“Go Eagles.” For now, Boston-based Montilio’s Bakery is putting an end to its use of Philadelphia Cream Cheese in response to Dottie’s Donuts’ Boston cream ban.
Super Bowl LII is just around the corner, which means New Englanders and Philadelphians will have to refrain from a number of indulgences until after the Eagles take on the Patriots Sunday.
From bakeries to parks, below is a list of Philly- and Boston-themed goodies that are now banned in each city until after the game.
Instead, the bakery is using a Wisconsin-based cream cheese.
Should someone tell Montilio’s that Philadelphia Cream Cheese isn’t made in Philadelphia after all?
Parades aside, Bostonians also see some of themselves in Philadelphians — deep Revolutionary history, a rivalry with New York City, an inclination for slapping dates on old buildings and tons of brick.
“Philadelphia and Boston are practically brothers,” said longtime Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen. Both cities have Napoleon complexes and inexplicable accents that no actor of any merit can pull off.” At the Eire Pub in Dorchester, a neighborhood bar once visited by President Reagan, opinions about Philadelphians flowed as the night wore on. Include your first and last name, your email, where you’re from and feel free to include a photo if it relates to your story.
Fenway’s Craft Beer Cellar has stopped serving Philly-based Evil Genius Beer Company until after the big game. ” The Esplanade Association, the nonprofit that oversees the Charles River Esplanade, has imposed a ban on all things Philly-related.“Just finished pouring all our Boston beer down the toilet,” the tavern wrote on Facebook.In addition to Sam Adams, Misconduct also seems to be saying goodbye to beers from Harpoon’s Brewery.“We don’t face you guys very often.” The collective shrug could have something to do with Boston’s sports domination.Over the last 15 years, the city has won 11 major championships, and the Patriots are sizing up their sixth ring since 2002.I don’t get the sense of urgency or angst or amazement.Winning is just expected here.” As the Eagles practice ways to dethrone the Patriots on Super Bowl Sunday, fans in Boston don’t have fighting words for Philadelphia. “Not really sure what to say,” said the bartender serving up a creamy clam chowder at Legal Sea Foods on State Street, when asked what he thought about the underdog Eagles.Maybe not an outright ban, but a handful of Philly-area Boston Markets have tweaked their names to make sure area diners don’t feel guilty about chowing down at the restaurant, Billy Penn reported Monday.Boston Market’s Frankford and Snyder Plaza stores are now dubbed “Philly Market.” Boston Market, or I should say, Philly Market is showing their Eagles pride! #eagles #Superbowl #win pic.twitter.com/yz7I5Gyxqt — Khiree Stewart (@khireephl17) January 29, 2018 “We at Boston Market fully support the passion, enthusiasm and hometown pride demonstrated by our team members in Philadelphia,” a spokesperson told Billy Penn.There are singles cruises, adults-only cruises, interactive themed cruises, culinary bootcamps and signature event cruises, some with solo cabins, too.To be fair, Brad Tessler had his earbuds in, intently listening to a WIP-FM sports-radio podcast, so if F-bombs were being hurled his way, he wouldn’t know. The banker, who grew up in Willingboro and now lives in the Boston area, explained what your typical New England fan thinks of Philly and its team: “During the season it was like, ‘You guys are winning games, isn’t that cute,’” he said.