Pizzeria DiMeo's | Father/son team Pino and Antimo DiMeo are wielding the peels at this Neapolitan pizza shop in Andorra. The DiMeos take a strict traditionalist approach to crafting their dough, going so far as to import water from Italy to make it. They offer 14 signature pizzas in all, from traditional margherita and marinara to a pie topped with fig spread, burrata and prosciutto. Elsewhere on the menu, you'll find antipasti, salads and a big selection of pasta dishes, some of which are prepared with high-end dry paccheri from the Giuseppe Afeltra label. They do takeout and delivery. Hours: Mon.-Wed., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Thu.-Sat., 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-9 p.m. More on Meal Ticket. Andorra Shopping Center, 8500 Henry Ave., 215-621-6134, pizzeriadimeos.com.
Café Chismosa | NoLibs' Almanac has been converted by Jugo Stevcic into Chismosa, a café/coffee shop named for the Spanish slang for a prolific female smack-talker. Stevcic is running Chismosa as a café in the a.m., with eggy sandwiches/dishes, seasonal scones and One Village Coffee. By lunch/dinner, it becomes a Latin-inspired BYO operation, with tortas (the "El Cerdo," with carnitas, Granny Smith apple, queso blanco and an apple/lemon gravy for dipping), quesadillas and simple ceviches. Hours: Tue.-Sat., 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; closed Mon. More on Meal Ticket. 900 N. Fourth St., 267-273-1448.
Milk & Honey Café | Annie Baum-Stein and Mauro Daigle of Milk & Honey (4435 Baltimore Ave.) just cut the ribbon on a location in Sister Cities Park, across from the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. More of a breakfast/lunch stop than a shopping destination, the café features sandwiches and salads prepared with local ingredients and Philly brands like La Colombe and Bassett's. More on Meal Ticket. Sister Cities Park, 18th St. and the Ben Franklin Parkway, 215-665-8600, milkandhoneymarket.com.