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Tria to open on Fitler Square

It's taking the former Dmitri's at 23d and Pine Streets.

Tria to open on Fitler Square

Tria will take the former Dmitri´s at 23d and Pine Streets, photographed last winter (hence the snow on the ground).
Tria will take the former Dmitri's at 23d and Pine Streets, photographed last winter (hence the snow on the ground). Philly.com

I can answer the question, "What's going into the former Dmitri's at 23d and Pine Streets?"

It's Tria, the popular wine/cheese/beer-rooted bar.

Partner Jon Myerow tells me that it will be a Tria Cafe with a full kitchen.

"The menu will be more dinner-friendly, but very recognizably Tria," Myerow says.

No weekday lunch, but there will be weekend brunch.

He said it would open by the end of  2014. "And that's literally all I know," he told me..

Jacqueline Balin of CBRE, who represented the building owner, said, "We wanted a restaurant that would have life and vitality while respecting the character of the neighborhood. Tria is a perfect fit." Veronica Blum of Mallin Panchelli Nadel Realty represented Tria.

Former owner Dmitri Chimes has Dmitri's BYOBs in Northern Liberties and Queen Village.

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