Eat some Taiwanese street food while donating to 4 Philly nonprofits this week - Generocity Philly


Jun. 20, 2017 11:06 am

Eat some Taiwanese street food while donating to 4 Philly nonprofits this week

Baology, a new Center City spot featuring potstickers, gwa baos and ruen bings, is donating its proceeds this week to some local nonprofits.

Some of what you can expect at Baology.

(Photo via Flickr user Zhao !, used under a Creative Commons license)

Feeling some Taiwanese street food for lunch? Want to give back to some local nonprofits doing good work?

Well, you can knock out both throughout this week if you check out Baology (or “bao • logy” as the website styles it), a new Center City spot from chef Andy Tessier and Judy Ni featuring Taiwanese street food goodies like potstickers, gwa baos and ruen bings. You know you want to check out the menu so here you go.

While the menu itself is something to gawk over, Baology, which had its grand opening yesterday, is donating proceeds from each day this week to four Philly nonprofits (and one based in NYC). Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) was featured yesterday.

Today, proceeds at Baology from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. will be going to Tree House Books, the org responsible for starting Philly’s own Literacy Day last month.

Check out the restaurant at 1829 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

Our potstickers are filled and "bao'd" by hand. Can you tell who made your potsticker?

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Albert Hong

Albert Hong is Generocity's contributing reporter. He started hanging around the Technically Media office as a summer intern for and eventually made his way to freelancing for both news sites. While technology and video games are two of his main interests, he's grown to love Philadelphia as a city and is always excited to hear someone else's story.

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