PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Spanish tapas restaurant Oloroso in Center City is hosting a Boodle Fight Night feast on Monday, January 22nd.
Called Kamayan by Filipinos, the traditional communal feast earned the nickname Boodle Fight when the American military occupied the Philippines at the turn of the 20th century.
The meal is a collaboration between Elizabeth Grothe and Oloroso's executive chef Jason Peabody.
The feast, designed to feed four people, will include dishes like Max's Style fried chicken, curried Squash and mussels, empanadas, croquettes and the Oloroso pig's head.
The menu was based on Grothe's favorite dishes growing up.
She advises diners to skip lunch and wear their stretchy pants because it's a lot of food.
Monday, January 22. Seatings, at 5:30 and 8pm; reservations are strongly encouraged
1121 Walnut St, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107