There's still now word on whether the closing is temporary or permanent.
The New York import closed after just a few months, and hopefully this doesn't signal trouble for Brooklyn-based Barcade's efforts to open an outpost in Fishtown.
Plus: Skippy recalls reduced fat peanut butter over salmonella scare; and when used on food labels, the word 'natural' really doesn't mean anything, all in our morning news roundup.
The Old City bar's closing is connected to a raid by police and L&I over the weekend.
The four-year-old Rittenhouse hideaway will call it quits in the coming weeks.
Chef-owner John Anderson closes the neighborhood mainstay after 15 years.
Philadelphia needs something sexy, and Georges Perrier is going to give it to them.
Le Bec-Fin, which is kind of like the Jurassic Park to Stephen Starr’s ever-expanding Disneyworld, will remain open.
The Swift Half's replacement will likely open in February.
The Corner, which was originally slated for an early November debut, is now looking to open in the coming week.
Farmer's Daughter is expected to open in February.
Ro-Zu looks as if it's been emptied out, and Joey Campanaro and his brother Lou are ready to open Village Belle.
Plus Michael Symon closes one of his Cleveland-area restaurants, and Red Lobster and Olive Garden both expand into the Middle East, all in our morning news roundup.
Owners of the dearly departed barbecue joint are scouting for new locations.
Plus Anthony Bourdain's graphic novel was officially announced at New York ComicCon, and "fake food" makes people feel full faster, all in out morning news roundup.
APO is closing and Sbraga says he's found a property he likes in the neighborhood.
The inn is closed and an agreement of sale has been in place for some time.
Stollenwerk bought the liquor license, but what;'s in store for Warsaw Cafe remains a mystery.