Wednesday, July 29, 2015

As Han Dynasty expands, how about coffee with your copies?

Han Dynasty and Replica Creative announce moves in the Science Center.

As Han Dynasty expands, how about coffee with your copies?

Han Dynasty, 3711 Market St., before expansion.
Han Dynasty, 3711 Market St., before expansion.

Big food news out of the University City Science Center at 3711 Market St.:

Han Dynasty, which opened a little over a year ago, is adding 50 seats and flat-screens for meetings in an expansion that will open Thursday, Nov. 14.

And how about caffeinating your copies: Replica Creative, which offers design and copy services at 18th and Chestnut Streets, will open Creative Café @ Replica - basically, a coffee shop serving Counter Culture coffee and food from DiBruno Bros. ("Would you like a latte copies, or just a breve?")

It's due online in December.

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