The new Indian BYOB will occupy the former Shinjus' space on Locust Street.
On weekends the cafe will offer an expanded brunch menu.
Adsum's menu will feature a selection of dishes ranging in price from $3 to $22.
For his Philly project, New York restaurateur Joey Campanaro is appointing his brother chef.
The Mexi-French fusion restaurant, formerly of the North East, will open at 8th and Catherine.
Tutti Frutti offers more than 45 frozen yogurt flavors.
The new location will extend the friendly neighborhood vibe of the original Port Richmond bar.
Vegan and vegetarian restaurants flourish, while European and Mexican ones wane.
The new cafe offers 59 different teas form around the world.
Sweet Ending Yogurt and Tutti Frutti vie for Philly's sweet tooth, the Spice Corner makes its long awaited comeback, and the Mann Center gets Capogiro.
Make way for Nikki Kaufman's new venture, Catahoula.
With an opening imminent Levin prepares snacks for Adsum's bar menu.
Owners Ellen Mogell and Jeb Woody expect a wintertime opening date.
The small fire spared Kite & Key, and 500º reopens after suffering damages to a fire there.
In addition to gelato the coffee shop serves Chestnut Hill Coffee and housemade baked goods.
The limited engagement is the first in a series of "pop-up" restaurants Stephen Starr has planned for the space.
The new Chinese restaurant replaces Asia @ Cafe.
The new coffee shop at 26th and Pine Sts. will start serving food next week.
The Iron Chef has partnered with Vesper Hospitality Investments LLC to operate a restaurant in the former Letto Deli.
The cafe will feature 20 taps and more than 100 bottled beers.