Seems loyal Le Bec-ers like the idea of making more frequent visits, but not at $150 and eight courses.
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So far there's no reason given for the barbecue sandwiches joint closing so abruptly.
In recent years the dirty old jiggle joint was gussied up and affixed with a fake sign out front.
The chef is remaining mum about what's next for him.
Unlike the other chef participating in Savor Borgata, Vetri doesn't have a restaurant in Atlantic City yet.
The D.C. extension of his Rittenhouse brasserie isn't set in stone, but it's not off the table either.
Neither party will confirm or deny a more expanded partnership.
Apparently there's more to the picture than meets the eye.
If rumors are true, this won't bode well for Speck's opening.
The blog says the restaurant is open, but surely there it would have made a much bigger splash if it did.
The four-year-old Rittenhouse hideaway will call it quits in the coming weeks.
Supposedly big changes are in the works for the Four Season's venerable restaurant.
The longtime Fishtown breakfast and lunch spot seeks a new owner.
APO is closing and Sbraga says he's found a property he likes in the neighborhood.
While realtors have it listed, Perrier is denying its for sale.