While the schtick appears to wearing thin elsewhere, here in Philly it keeps on truckin'.
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Police are still in search of witnesses and clues.
Both projects have their work cut out for them.
The restaurant went in to the space following Speck's demise.
The new owners of the NoLibs pizza joint simply added the word West to their address so customers could find the,
Rounding up the region's neighborhood news.
It could be a lot worse: The restaurant could still be vacant.
The restaurant has been open for more than a week.
Despite long lines, many attendees were enthusiastic about what they ate.
Who's to blame at this point? Or is it more like, who cares?
The celebration of food trucks and street vendors will roll up on the Piazza in July
Blatstein wanted to free the property up for another supermarket operator.
Even though Speck never saw the light of day, the new tenant wil have some pretty big shoes to fill.
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The new spot at the Piazza replaces Swift Half.
By offering guests a free beer for every check in, Tommy Up made P.Y.T. one of the most visited locations in the Foursquare network.
If rumors are true, this won't bode well for Speck's opening.
A mysterious tweeter says Speck is days away from opening, but no one's holding their breath waiting.
The patio, now called Piazza, serves inexpensive antipasti all day, unlike the restaurant that houses it.