Tria Heading West; Thoreau Opens Tonight

There’s a mini-Tria on the way. Owner Jon Myerow plans to open a smaller, more wine-centric version of his fermentation celebration concept over the summer in the Left Bank building at 32nd and Walnut. If you want to make a Tria happen somewhere else, Myerow writes in his newsletter that he’s “seeking individual investors to participate in our business. The investment isn’t liquid, but the dividends are.”

Thoreau, the new vegetarian restaurant from the owner of Southampton’s popular Blue Sage Vegetarian Grille, opens tonight at 1033 Spring Garden Street. They’re still waiting on a liquor license, so BYOB it for now. See the menu here.

• Former Lacroix chef Matt Levin, who pulled out of a project in Manayunk, will now open a bistro in the former home of Coquette at 5th and Bainbridge. [Meal Ticket]

• Bar, which is exactly what it sounds like, has opened at 1309 Sansom St., serving “serving cheap super-sized cocktails” and domestic beer in cans. [Thrillist]

Maru Global Takoyaki is now open. [Meal Ticket]

• MIXX, from owners Win and Sutida Somboonsong of Win Signature Restaurants, opened its doors over the weekend in the former location of Maia Market in Villanova. It features “an unintimidating menu of updated comfort food classics with global influences” from Takao Iinuma, Win’s corporate chef and partner. See the dinner menu here. 789 East Lancaster Ave.; (610) 527-0700

• A steakhouse-slash-jazz club, Black Angus, is headed to the former Tori’s Brickhouse at 117-119 South Street. [Inquirer]

• Carluccio’s, the new restaurant in the old Shank’s and Evelyn’s space, is now in business. [Thrillist]

Tria Heading West; Thoreau Opens Tonight