The meatpacking district building is being rebuilt to add more retail space.
It may be days (or months) before the return of aloo gobi burritos.
It's been open sixteen years, and it's getting a revamp.
After 35 years, Tim Guiltinan's kitchen will be expanded in time for Pasadena Restaurant Week.
Also, a couple new chefs arrive at Parallel 37 from Chicago.
Extensive changes to the historic restaurant's structure and menu are about to get underway.
Spring brings lots of changes to two popular Center City restaurants.
They're closed until further notice.
The restaurant says it's just getting ready for summer.
There's now no estimated reopening date.
"The General was closed due to a permitting issue. We expect to resolve this as soon as possible."
Franny's 2.0 may be open as soon as April 8.
Hurricane Sandy is still to blame, the owner says.
They will still do Sunday brunches and happy hours, and host the shows by Ms. Lupone, but they will need to mitigate a sound issue before the end of April.
Curiously, they are reapplying for their liquor license.
They say they are investigating a "sound issue."
That doesn't sound like the best scene.