The brain-freezers utilize water ice and lemoncello sourced from neighboring businesses.
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The patio will be home to a new chef's table, where Joe Cicala will host limited seating dinners out doors.
It's been closed ot make way for Chris Scarduzio's new restaurant.
It's all systems go for the latest BYOB to join the ranks of East Passyunk Avenue's restaurant row.
Plus goat races, maifests, and pickling workshops.
The weather is gorgeous, go outside.
If the buzz hasn't already been blown up for Serpico, it is now.
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
The new chef, who's background includes work in some of the city's best restaurants, picks up where George Sabatino leaves things after today's service ends.
Though the restaurant will embrace cooking traditions from Northern Europe, it won't be pushing the New Nordic schtick.
Pod’s Pouring the Colors of the Rainbow with New Cocktails; East Passyunk Ave. Does Its Own Restaurant Week
Plus someone's cracked the code on what "crabby snacks" and "homemades" are in "Silver Linings Playbook."
There appears to be no rhyme or reason to the newly updated property value assessments, but one thing's for certain: restaurants are going to have shell out a lot more dough.
There's no closing on the horizon, and the restaurant is now officially Sophia's.
There's little information about where and when the chef will open his own restaurant.
Never mind what the meteorologists say.
In addition to ice cream, the new shop serves waffles, coffee, and bagels.
Phase one of the restaurant's opening begins now.
After Sophia's, the chef wants to pick up where he last left off at Striped Bass with a new seafood concept.
The spacious lot is awfully appealing when looking for a place to park your car.
Lee has his sights set on a spot along East Passyunk Avenue's booming restaurant row.