Starr's long-delayed joint venture with Chris Painter is headed for 20th and Sansom streets.
The new restaurant brings Peking duck and other Asian specialties, plus noodle bowls to Newtown Square.
Both suburban locations will go in where Ninety Nine Restaurants pulled out.
Garces' Western Expansion will bring a Distrito clone as well as other concepts to Arizona.
The new, more kid-friendly location will take over the space left vacant by a strip joint.
One of the two restaurants that Starr promised earlier this year appears to be making progress.
The duo plans to sell the restaurant to two friends who are expected to run it as is.
The D.C. extension of his Rittenhouse brasserie isn't set in stone, but it's not off the table either.
The Atlanta-based chain expects to brings several locations to the Philly area sometime next year.
The long awaited New York export is finally ready to open its doors.
Sure Shake Shack is coming, but is it too late?
The Phoenixville-based brewer will sell off one of its brewpubs and triple its output with a new production facility.
New York's crazy-popular burger chain will open a location in 2012.
He expects the restaurant will take a year to complete.
The new cafe and bakery features bread and pastries baked by Le Bec-Fin Executive Pastry Chef Cedric Barberet.
Tiffin's founder expects to have the truck up and running before the end of summer.
If approved, the plan will bring a craft beer boutique to Roxborough.
The long promised izakaya and sushi spot from the Khyber crew has finally found a home.
The Prince of Roast Pork is bringing his act to Puerto Rico.
The new project, a bottle shop next to Local 44, will feature a tone of awesome beers.