The final piece to the 13th and Locust puzzle was set into place yesterday.
The new spot will feature 24 taps, of which three will be dedicated to Pennsylvania beers.
The new shop opened over the weekend.
The new restaurant and catering company will specialize in "genre-defying" glatt kosher cuisine.
The opening brings new life to what was once regarded as "hippest street in town."
The burbs continue blowing up with new places to eat.
The new venture will have a large collection of whiskeys.
Menu details still remain a little fuzzy.
Looks like Fette Sau isn't the only BBQ joint springing up near Frankford and Girard.
Meats by the pound, custom-brewed house drafts and a lot of whiskey await.
The neighborhood tappy will have 20 beers on draught, but no bottles or cans.
As far as how well tube-steaks will fit in, in the heart of cheesesteak country goes: A Geno's employee was spotted ordering a dozen dogs.
Until the official menu drops, the new noodle house will offer a house special ramen, and just a few other dishes.
The new restaurant sets the bar a little bit higher for suburban dining.
The rooftop lounge will be open all year round.
The Bella Vista corner bar will have 12 rotating taps, plus growlers to go.
The doughnuts and fried chicken crew decided yesterday they were ready for business today.
The opening puts parent company the Grainery Group in the running for fastest restaurant turnaround prize.
It's the number 13 for the growing Magrogan restaurant empire.
Fortunately Sang Kee Noodle Bowl's closing didn't keep the space dark for long.