Secret Menu Item: Chili Cheesy Pierogi!

New! Insanely munch-able! Available for a limited time only!

CHILI CHEESY PIEROGI

▸ Potato & onion pierogi ◂
▸ Housemade black bean chili ◂
▸ Vegan jalapeño ranch ◂
▸ Fried jalapeños ◂
▸ & your choice of classic or vegan cheese whiz! ◂

 

Call for curbside pick-up or order online via Caviar and DoorDash for local delivery!

Black Lives Matter: Resources for Anti-Racism

Amidst the protests & continuing pandemic, we’ve taken the past few days to step back, listen, learn, share, & give space to the Black community.

 

But it is not enough to oppose racism silently & from afar. We must be actively anti-racist, & we must educate ourselves on the tools of systemic oppression and the intersections of our own privileges.

 

The following post contains various resources for those looking to donate, support, educate, and participate in active anti-racism.

DONATE:

 

Black Owned Businesses

For a more comprehensive directory of Black-owned businesses in Philly, check out AfroPhilly.

 

A LIST OF EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES:

BOOKS

  • Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow
  • James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time
  • Angela Davis, Freedom Is A Constant Struggle
  • Robin DiAngelo, White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism
  • Ibram X. Kendi, Stamped
  • Ibram X. Kendi, How to Be Antiracist
  • Reni Eddo-Lodge, Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race
  • Audre Lorde, Your Silence Will Not Protect You
  • Wesley Lowery, They Can’t Kill Us All
  • Toni Morrison, The Bluest Eye
  • Ijeoma Oluo, So You Want To Talk About Race
  • Layla F. Saad, Me and White Supremacy
  • Howard Zinn, A People’s History of the United States
  • & MORE: (1) (2) (3)

ARTICLES & STORIES

VIDEOS

DOCUMENTARIES, MOVIES, TV

  • 12 Years A Slave  (2013)
  • 13th (Netflix)
  • American Son (Netflix)
  • The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (PBS)
  • The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson (Netflix)
  • Dope (Netflix)
  • Dear White People (Netflix)
  • Horror Noire (Shutter)
  • King In The Wilderness (HBO)
  • Sorry To Bother You (Hulu)
  • See You Yesterday (Netflix)
  • Selma (2014)
  • The Hate U Give (Hulu)
  • What Happened Miss Simone? (Netflix)
  • When They See Us (Netflix)

Artwork by Marisa.VR.

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TMOMs Staff Picks Interviews: Serena

The third installation of our TMOMs Staff Picks Interview Series is finally here! Get to know the TMOMs crew with weird & wacky, rapid & random questions—featuring a new staff member every month!

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Name: Serena
TMOMs Title: T0ilet Queen
Pronouns: She/her

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Q: Favorite movie of all time?
A: The old cartoon version of Alice in Wonderland. 

 

Q: You win the lottery and decide to give half your winnings to charity. What organization or cause are you donating towards?
A: I would probably donate to PAWS

 

Q: Is a taco a sandwich?
A: Nah, man, just let a taco be a taco. 

 

Q: Would you rather be attacked by a big bear or a swarm of a bees?
A: Probably bees ‘cause I’d survive, but actually I’d choose the bear, #savethebees

 

Q: What’s in your pocket right now?
A: Phone, wallet, lighter, keys to Tattooed Mom.

 

 

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Portrait by Elijah Snyder-Vidmar. Keep up with this new series on the Tattooed Mom blog.

TMOMs Staff Picks Interviews: Kayla

Welcome to the second installation of our TMOMs Staff Picks Interview Series! Get to know the TMOMs crew with weird & wacky, rapid & random questions—featuring a new staff member every month!

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Name: Kayla / “Lola”
TMOMs Title: “The Finder”
Pronouns: She/her

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Q: Favorite boy band?
A: Black Sabbath, and shit that sounds like Sabbath.

 

Q: Would you rather be able to speak every language in the world or be able to talk to animals?
A: That’s a loaded question!

 

Q: How do you take your coffee?
A: Just a little bit of cream/milk, or whatever is around. I’m not picky!

 

Q: What’s the last song that was stuck in your head?
A: Haha, whatever song Serena had playing in the kitchen before I left Tattooed Mom!

 

Q: If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what food would you pick?
A: Enchiladas!!! But it has to be a full platter with rice and beans.

 

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Portrait by Elijah Snyder-Vidmar. Keep up with this new series on the Tattooed Mom blog.

E-Gift Cards from Tattooed Mom!

Want to support TMOMs during the on-going crisis? Give your future self the gift of future snacks with an E-Gift Card from Tattooed Mom! Perfect for virtual gifting, supporting your community, & TREATING YOURSELF!

 

Until we are able to fully re-open, 100% of sales will be donated to the Tattooed Mom staff. 💕

 

[Author’s Note: I mean, seriously, look how cute we are]

Love & Good Times Always
(especially now, more than ever)

 

 

Gift card artwork by Gloss Black.

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Curbside Take Out & Delivery from Tattooed Mom

While we’re all staying close to home & practicing safe social distancing, you can still get your fill of Tattooed Mom’s delicious food and drink with TMOMs To-Go!

  • Contactless curbside pick-up! Call 215-238-9880 to order, or visit our NEW walk-up order window! Credit card payments only!
  • Local delivery all over Philly via Caviar and DoorDash!
  • Special sammy combos + comfort food faves!
  • Tmoms To Go vegan Chubb’s Tubbs—great for meal prep!
  • New SECRET MENU ITEMS every week!
  • BEER and TMOMS COCKTAILS to go!
  • Monday – Thursday 4-9pm • Friday – Sunday 12-9pm
  • Our hours and menu availability are subject to change, call or message us for more info!

 

Want to support Tattooed Mom in other ways? Buy an e-gift card or donate to our staff GoFundMe! Can’t donate? Please share the links!
Have questions? Feel free to DM us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! 💕

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TMOMs Staff Picks Interviews: Ryan Chubbrock

We’re stoked to introduce our new TMOMs Staff Picks Interview Series! Get to know the TMOMs crew with weird & wacky, rapid & random questions—featuring a new staff member every month!

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Name: Ryan Chubbrock
TMOMs Title: Village Idiot (Self-appointed)
Pronouns: He/him

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Q: What shirt are you wearing?
A: Black velour track suit top. Embroidered of course. I’m fancy. 

 

Q: What’s your favorite conspiracy theory?
A: The moon is hollow and filled with aliens. 

 

Q: Weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten?
A: Tie between horse and deep fried pig intestines.

 

Q: Would you rather learn to cook with your feet or learn how to juggle knives?
A: I can already cook with my feet soooooo, knife juggling it is. 

 

Q: Toilet paper: Over or under?
A: There is only one answer. Over.

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Portrait by Elijah Snyder-Vidmar. Keep up with this new series on the Tattooed Mom blog!

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Girl Scout Cookies at Tattooed Mom!

It’s Girl Scout Cookie season once again, and Tattooed Mom is your one-stop-shop for love, good times, and delicious COOKIES! Stop by our downstairs dining room on the following dates & stock up on your favorite Girl Scout cookies, including VEGAN options, from a local South Philly Girl Scout troop!

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✿ Sunday, January 19th, 1-4pm ✿
✿ Saturday, January 25th, 1-4pm ✿
✿ Sunday, February 2nd, 1-4pm ✿

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When you buy Girl Scout Cookies, you power amazing adventures and life-changing opportunities for girls year-round—from trips to our nation’s capital, to community projects, to summer camp, to charitable donations. The more cookies you buy, the more you help every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) ™  build entrepreneurial skills and take the lead, both now and in the future. And girls gain these skills from interacting directly with you, the cookie customer! It’s about the experience of running her very own cookie sale, working with others, and building a lifetime of confidence as she learns five skills (goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics) essential to leadership, success, and life.

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Enjoy FREE Sunday Arts & Crafts while you’re here, and dig into our full food & drink menu, including snacks, sandwiches, cocktails, and beer!

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Now Booking 2020 Events at Tattooed Mom!

Did y’all hear? IT’S ALREADY 2020! And with a new year comes new events at Tattooed Mom!

We’ve got art shows! Drag performances! Pop-up shops! Readings! Workshops! Sticker Swaps! Live podcasts! Comedy revues! Fundraisers! And we also want YOU!

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Do you have an event that’s looking for a home? Are you itching to create something new? Do you want to show off your weird, wonderful, unique ideas? Are you working with creatives and building artistic communities? Do you want to host a fun & fantastic event at Tattooed Mom?!

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Our calendar is now open for 2020 events, and we’re looking to work with artists, creators, writers, thespians, filmmakers, performers, activists, and other folks from the vast artistic unknown! Our goal is to foster & produce events that bring artists closer to the local community, while also providing a space for uninhibited expression & creativity!

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Send us an email at [email protected]! Tell us all about your marvelous, stunning & super fun event ideas! We can’t wait to hear from you!

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Photo from Sippin’ & Stitchin’s Patch Making Workshop.

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Note: Unfortunately we cannot accommodate live music or DJs of any kind.

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Streets Dept x Tattooed Mom Philly Street Art Interviews: Season 2 Recap

The Philly Street Art Interview Series is a flourishing collaboration between Philadelphia’s premiere street art blog, Streets Dept, and Philadelphia’s unofficial official street art museum, Tattooed Mom! Each month, Streets Dept Contributor Eric Dale sits down with one local street artist to ask them about their work. Through this interview series, we’ll uncover & discover the growing community of street artists getting up around Philly and on the walls of Tattooed Mom.

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The first interview of Season 2 featured the enigmatic, fan favorite street artist, Kid Hazo! Most known for his street sign installations and tongue-in-cheek performative pieces, Hazo’s comedic street style amassed him over 10,000 followers on Instagram & partnerships with local arts organizations and community groups, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

You can read Kid Hazo’s full interview here.

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Next up was Under Water Pirates, one of the OG Philadelphia sticker artists & a recent contributor to Tattooed Mom’s Sticky Art Machine Series. In his interview, UWP opened up about his experiences as a street artist living with chronic illness. Chronic pain is what brought him to sticker art in the first place, and even when the pain is slowing him down, creating sticker art helps keeps him afloat.

You can read Under Water Pirates full interview here.

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Symone Salib only recently took her art to the streets, but quickly experienced a meteoric rise, including multiple gallery shows, partnered displays, and a Queer Eye street art scavenger hunt in collaboration with fellow Season 2 artist, Lace in the Moon. Using art as a form of therapy, Symone highlights the stories and voices of those who need to be heard, including the black and brown trans activists Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera (paired with a Lizzo quote), and a dual portrait of Anita Hill and Christine Blasey Ford, accompanied by a banner reading, simply, “believe us.”

You can read Symone Salib’s full interview here.

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Old-school graffiti writer turned abstract muralist Seper was the fourth interviewee of Season 2! After a tumultuous upbringing in the world of graffiti  & multiple run-ins with authority, Seper quit cold turkey when he got his first job. Eleven years later, he returned to street art after his daughter reignited his creative spark. Nowadays, he works with local Philly schools to inspire children & teach them about spray paint, and his explosive murals can be spotted far and wide across Philadelphia.

You can read Seper’s full interview here.

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The second to last interview of Season 2 was with Morg, the recently revived toilet street artist! Submerged in the history of Philly sticker art, Morg started out at a 14 years old, and despite a few prolonged periods of inactivity, he has always come back to his trademark anthropomorphic toilet. Regardless of his initial crudeness—”[k]ind of awesomely crude”—his career as a street artist is full of nuanced conversations and jokes about ownership, public space, and the larger street art community.

You can read Morg’s full interview here.

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The final artist of Season 2 was Lace in the Moon, a crochet street and installation artist who pushes the limits of street art through her unconventional medium. Nicole had just started using the name Lace in the Moon when the crocheted Taylor Swift lyrics that she installed on the street blew up across social media. One year later, crocheting is her full time job & she has installed artwork at Fashion District, Philadelphia International Airport, a tiny town in Italy, and of course, Tattooed Mom.

You can read Lace in the Moon’s full interview here, and keep up with the rest of the series on the Streets Dept blog!

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