All good things…


A simple journey that began at DiFara’s Pizzeria in Brooklyn, New York has wound its way through several continents and many countries and cities in the ten months that have passed.

Through it all, we at Foodosophy have been blessed with the kind support and loyal readership that we could have only dreamed about when we first began writing online. Without the steady growth and contributions from our followers, we are certain that we could not have kept up the daily posting pace that we established for ourselves.

We are pleased to have been able to share our ideas and thoughts on various food and restaurant topics over the past year, but with various other interests and just general life beginning to take up more of our time, we’ve found that we no longer have the capacity to maintain things to our standards.

Thus it is with a bittersweet feeling that we are here to announce that effectively immediately, Foodosophy will no longer be updated (but achieves will remain) and it is the end of our run…

Thank you,

The Foodosophy team

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18 thoughts on “All good things…

  1. I hope this is just a belated April Fool joke! I enjoyed your reviews a lot and reads it everyday. Yours is one of those reviews that I read in detail. OK, tell me it’s a late April Fool joke.
    Ben

  2. Will miss seeing all of your posts. I hope you leave up the archive for reference. If anyone does decide to start up a separate blog, please let me know and I will be sure to visit.

  3. Yes, I’m sorry to hear about this decision, but I’ve come to realize the many ‘contracts’ with have in life, be it with friends, family, business, or a website, all have a time when they are no longer a part of us. So, in saying that. Thank you for many things – your quality reviews and great pictures, your humor and love of food, but mostly for allowing us into a part of your lives. It’s been great! Best of luck in your future endeavors.

  4. Thanks for all the posts!
    They were a pleasure to read and, more than once, inspired me to try some new places.

    Our blog is similar so I can relate to the amount of time it takes to pump out a steady stream of content. Sometimes, it’s easy. Oftentimes, writers’ block and other priorities/interests in life makes it much harder 🙂

    Best of luck with things.

  5. Your blog will be missed as I was almost reading it on a daily basis to check if you’ve discovered any new food finds.

    You have provided an interesting source of local foodie adventures and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your hard work and willingness to share it with others, you will be blessed.

    I respect your decision to set your priorities and wish you and the team all the best.

  6. I rarely comment but I thought I would this time. I have followed your blogs for months now and it has been both educating and a joy to read. Good luck in whatever pursuits you all choose to proceed in.

  7. You guys will be missed. I have followed you guys for a while and I have really enjoyed your posts.

    Care to share where I find that 10% off link for Tenhachi, I never could find that link/clue.

    Best of luck on your new ventures.

    Matt – Vancouverslop.com

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