Restaurant Rally 2010

Saturday, May 16th was the Restaurant Rally in Conshohocken.  It is organized by AMBUCS and benefits the Special Olympics.  It is basically a bar crawl with a focus on food.  I had hoped to fully participate, but I had to do something for my day job in the late afternoon.  I did have time to run around and take photos at most of the participating restaurants.

Vince Flocco gets everyone organized at the Great American Pub.

Over 250 people participated.

Colleen and Emily can’t decide where to start.

Two shuttles made continuous trips between Conshy and West Conshy.

The first group out the door and on to their first restaurant.

Spamps served their crabcakes and assorted sushi rolls.

Group at Spamps.

Blackfish served carrot soup.

The Arancino, risotto balls, at Blackfish.

Friends at Trattoria Totaro.

A young Totaro was drumming up interest.

Two time winner Trattoria Totaro had a brunch spread.

Vince and Donna Totaro with family and staff.

A group at Trattoria Totaro.

A group enjoy the braised pork shoulder at Pepperoncini.

The Penrice’s and friends.

I kept running into this group everywhere I went.

When I got to Totaro’s a huge crowd was arriving.

Totaro’s put out a big spread…plus…

A table of desserts from his in-house pastry chef.

One of Totaro’s desserts.

Group of friends at Totaro’s.

Coyote Crossing was Stop E.

Friends at Coyote Crossing.

A couple at Coyote Crossing.

Coyote Crossing served an authentic Mexican buffet.

Friends at the StoneRose.

Jim shows off the StoneRose’s Short Ribs over Mac n’ Cheese.

A group enjoying “Bourbon Street Hurricanes” at Fayette Street Grille.

Fayette Street Grille’s Doug Runyan and son.

Group of friends at Baggataway.

Friends at Gypsy Saloon.

Friends at Gypsy Saloon.

A group at Theresa’s.

The owners of Theresa’s, Bedros and Theresa.

Next door at M Bar.