The garden is open now, but the food and drinks won't be served for another week.
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Season two of the acclaimed riverfront hang brings a bunch of big changes.
The pop up will bring George Sabatino's cooking to Broad Street for the summer.
The dinner is the culmination of Alex Boonphaya recent guest chef series.
If the buzz hasn't already been blown up for Serpico, it is now.
He put in tow weeks notice at Bainbridge Street Barrel House almost immediately after starting work there.
His menu will debut when the riverfront hot-spot reopens in May.
Here's one place where you can catch up with the former Stateside chef.
The power couple's bid for the Fish space is just one of several rumors we've heard in recent weeks.
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.
There's little information about where and when the chef will open his own restaurant.
The brewery is sending its brew master to the East Passyunk Ave. hot spot for the new beer's coming out party.
The outdoor event has been postponed, but no new date has been announced yet.
There's going to be a lot more than just "hoodies and motherf-king fire pits."
Though details are sketchy right now, the evening will probably be one of the last opportunities for an outdoor hang.
The Stateside chef won the brewery's culinary competition.
A string of positive reviews, a "Best of Philly" award, and a visit from Anthony Bourdain propels the Stateside chef into the stratosphere.
The competition was stiff, and the crowds were hungry.
Despite not being a beer dork, chef George Sabatino is still pretty psyched.
The new restaurant will debut some dishes at the pop-up, but there's no word on whether or not pie will be a part of it.