The Fish founder is heading a newly upgraded kitchen at the Rittenhouse BYOB.
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The power couple's bid for the Fish space is just one of several rumors we've heard in recent weeks.
His departure brings the latest chapter of the Fish saga to a close.
For its official debut, the bar will offer discounts on food and drinks.
The final piece to the 13th and Locust puzzle was set into place yesterday.
It's the third time this year the seafood restaurant has relocated.
The chef is on board, but only in a very limited capacity.
The restaurant will host a preview party and New Year's celebration at its new digs.
The Fish crew is working to get things shipshape.
Under new ownership the bar formerly known as Fathom launches as East Girard Gastropub.
Fish pulls up anchor tomorrow at 17th and Lombard, and will reopen sometime next week across town.
The 10 Arts pastry chef will join Stollenwerk's flagship.
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When the restaurant moves in coming weeks, it will be replaced by another Stollenwerk venture.
As things begin to wind down at the 17th and Lombard location, a new menu emerges.
New owner Chadd Jenkins is keeping the changes small.
The shakeup to the Fish empire comes just as chef-owner Stollenwerk prepares for a big move.
Saturday, September 10 will bring not one, but two pork inspired cookouts to Philly’s northern hoods, offering a combined total of 1,300 pounds of pork.
Service interruptions and changes to the concept and menu will be minimal.
As the restaurant's regular staff vacationed, chef-owner Mike Stollenwerk enlisted a skeleton crew to prepare a roasted pig for the Southern style meal.