The standalone store will be the burger chain's second solar powered location.
The opening hinges on whether or not they pass their final health inspection.
The second Philly outpost is going in near Drexel.
Sure beats Lebanon Bologna and Velveeta.
The suburban venture will feature a similar menu as its North Broad Street predecessor.
The fast-casual stir-fry concept is one step closer to fulfilling its mission of world domination.
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Don't expect a mural of Slim Pickens straddling an a-bomb.
Based on their sterling track record, and continued success with their other businesses, this latest venture will likely have some staying power.
The new venture will serve raw food since the space isn't equipped with a kitchen hood.
The new facility is expected to be up and running by summer.
After Sophia's, the chef wants to pick up where he last left off at Striped Bass with a new seafood concept.
It's not the first time we've heard the Top Chef'testant was looking for a restaurant space here.
In Philly, the original El Vez served as the launch pad for Jose Garces, and counts Top Chef contender Mike Isabella as an alum.
The restaurant will serve a limited menu while the kitchen crew gets its sea legs.
For the time being it will retain the Dark Horse name.
Work is underway at the old school jiggle joint.
The new restaurant and catering company will specialize in "genre-defying" glatt kosher cuisine.
That means there will be a Federal Donuts on every corner by 2020.
The burbs continue blowing up with new places to eat.
Its the second location from Elizabeth and Aaron Ultimo.