The Insider Archive: June, 2011

Something's Twisted

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Just when we endured a rash of "Farmer"-named restaurants, here comes "Twisted." In the next several weeks, George Reilly's The Twisted... Read more

Ortlieb's to be revived as a jazz house

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Can't stop the music. Avram Hornik and Mark Fichera are behind a plan to revive Ortlieb's Jazzhaus in Northern Liberties, which closed last... Read more

Fire at the StoneRose in Conshohocken

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StoneRose, 822 Fayette St. in Conshohocken, is down after an early morning fire. MoreThanTheCurve.com has photos of the aftermath. The restaurant's... Read more

The rundown on a.kitchen

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When most restaurants choose to open before their liquor license is in hand, the proprietors hand out glasses of vin ordinaire. Not David... Read more

A third Sabrina's on the way

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Drexel students won't be Dragon too much in the morning this fall, as Sabrina's -- the popular bruncherie with locations in the Italian Market... Read more

Seeking new Horizons

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Having dropped the bombshell that they were closing their vegan destination Horizons after Saturday, July 2, Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby have... Read more

Flyers goalie makes an assist

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New Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov celebrated a rite of passage: stopping at Ninth and Passyunk in South Philly for a cheesesteak. He was steered... Read more

Ambler plans a restaurant week

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Ambler, the Main Street USA town along the SEPTA Doylestown line, is gearing up for its first restaurant week, Sunday, July 10 through Friday... Read more