The sports bar failed to make a connection with Fairmount and Franklin Town neighbors, so owner Jeff Katz went back to the drawing board.
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It's decidedly a neighborhood bar, not a gastropub or beer bar.
In addition to unadulterated lobster rolls, the crustacean concerns also offers crab and shrimp rolls, and chowders.
Season two of the acclaimed riverfront hang brings a bunch of big changes.
It's all systems go for the latest BYOB to join the ranks of East Passyunk Avenue's restaurant row.
The deli specializes in blending Italian and Jewish cooking traditions.
It opens today with a limited menu and no liquor license, but will have a fully functional bar and more dishes in the coming weeks.
The latest from gastropub empire builders Brendan Hartranft and Leigh Maida replaces the shuttered Butcher & the Brewer.
The restaurant and bar reaches back to a bygone era of eating and drinking.
The new cocktail joint was brought to life by the owners of Woody's.
The new Mexican-ish joint is set to open in any minute, but a proper grand opening won't come until next week.
Obviously, the noodles are the main draw, but it's not going to be run-of-the-mill ramen.
Early reports indicate that the new Fishtown spot will be a crowd-pleaser for those who eat meat, and those who don't.
The new beer hall soft-opened on Saint Patrick's Day without incident.
The divey, old school nudie bar is ready for guests, but construction is stalled at the nearby country and western bar.
The small Fishtown storefront is equipped with a brick-lined oven and not much more.
The restaurant has partnered with a nearby farm to cultivate a little bit of the French Laundry tradition in the Garden State.
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Though Old Man Winter still has one last wallop left in him, brain-freeze fodder flourishes.
Its opening finally brings an end to the long, sad saga that was Swanky Bubbles.
The upscale wine and burgers bar is bringing its game to a crowded hamburger field.