7 Instagram Accounts to Follow for Philly Food Inspiration

Whether snacking is your guilty pleasure, organic food is your hobby, or the usual Philly spots you’re getting bored of, there’s someone on this list to follow. Here are seven Instagram accounts for food inspiration in Philadelphia.


If you check out Hope Cohen’s Instagram feed, you are going to have serious desire. Born in Philly, she has mastered the eater’s perspective on refined local favorites like Barbuzzo and Res Ispa Cafe, along with cultural indulgences from her worldly travels. Cohen’s photos will remind you why you long for Philly too.


Madeline Tague is a cook in the comfort of her kitchen with an Instagram feed that is as colorful as her ghost. She fights an autoimmune disease but allows food and positivity to ease her pain. If you want to know how smart meal preparation can improve your mood during a busy week, Tague is your first stop.


For those who enjoy chocolate cake and loaded waffle fries, this account was created for you. Owner Mollie Dronson is known for her sweet and savory digital overload that will likely push you towards restaurants like Zahav’s modern Israeli cuisine.


You have to wash off all of this food with something. Paul MacDonald is a senior Philadelphia bartender in the vibrant Rittenhouse Square bar Friday, Saturday, Sunday. He publishes aesthetically pleasing pictures of delicious drinks, which he stirs up and names himself. Follow MacDonald for dazzling photos of classic beverages and his unique creations like Fire Insurance and The Emperor’s New Laundromat.

@ Amysilveria

If you’re interested in what a Cheez Whiz town dietitian diet looks like, look no further. Amy has her own cookbook on the shelves, but there are simpler recipes on her Instagram, like lunch bowls filled with farro and avocado and summer salads with red onions and blueberries. Amy shows you the right way to eat around Philadelphia.


In addition to being devoted to food, this review highlights the owner’s top-rated food tours of Philadelphia’s Chinatown – highlighting plates from favorites like Nam Phuong Restaurant and Delightful Garden.

@ Philly.Found

There’s a new Philly food influencer in town, and luckily it covers all of Philly’s hottest spots. Though photos from west coast trips and Eagles games occasionally crop up, the focus is on foods like tuna tartare in Old Town and gourmet eggs benedict in Manayunk.

Photography by: Photo courtesy of @icravephilly

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