Though details are few, the project's announcement was met mostly with applause.
It should start rolling sometime this spring.
The project is about three to four months away from completion.
Both projects have their work cut out for them.
Now the buzz is blowing up outside of the 215.
The chef's tweets make this one of the worst kept secrets of recent memory.
The plan is to transform the upstairs space into a byob.
The owners were both farm-to-table practitioners long before it became just another restaurant cliche.
The new BYOB will focus on the cuisines of Rome.
Rounding up news from the neighborhoods.
The new facility will afford food business upstarts the resources they need to grow.
The extent of Levin's gastro-geekery knows no limits.
The nebulous project is just as perplexing as the Philadelphia Experiment.
The locally-based chain sank in the early 90s, but will relaunch in February.
The space will undergo renovations and be ready to open in June.
In theory, it's a match made in heaven.
The creative incubator and studio space is seeking a restaurateur to operate its cafe space.
The Farmers' Cabinet folks are planning a South Seas venture for the former nightclub space.