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"I think we'd kill it, but then we'd have to f*cking move to New York," Mike Solomonov says.
The new chef comes from Washington DC's Equinox, where she was named Food & Wine's "Best New Chef" in 2012.
The good news is they're working on a new, unnamed restaurant project.
So far there's no reason given for the barbecue sandwiches joint closing so abruptly.
The chef is leaving his post in Fairmount to head Team Feliz's new venture.
Perhaps improved concessions in the stands will translate to improved performance on the field.
There will be reduced prices on barbecue, cans of beer, and a huge-ass, cow-shaped cake.
As if running a blossoming restaurant empire wasn't enough, the two are now penning a column too.
The new restaurant and catering company will specialize in "genre-defying" glatt kosher cuisine.
Solomonov and Cook want to expand into the empty space next door.
The chef and restaurateur will show market-goers how to cook their fresh goods.
We hear that folks are already begining to lineup out in front of the proposed location.
Percy Street constructs an impressive, eight-foot Christmas tree.
Percy Street gears up to open a second location in Center City.
Folks filed in steadily this morning to get their first tastes of the new spot's donuts and coffee.
Several restaurants in our fall preview are gearing up to make their debuts.
Where he's going next remains unseen.
The new bar menu is being served now, but a newly revamped a la carte menu will debut in weeks to come.