Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Honey's Sit 'N Eat branching out

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Honey's Sit 'N Eat branching out

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Honey's Sit 'N Eat, the most popular breakfast/brunch spot in Northern Liberties (and darn good for dinner), just signed for a second location.

It's the northwest corner of 21st and South Streets, in a building formerly occupied by Graduate Hospital, according to Veronica Blum, who with her Mallin Panchelli Nadel Realty partner Steven Clofine handled the deal.

"It feels like a good spot. We've been looking for a while," says Honey's femme side Ellen Mogell, who with partner Jeb Woody have no timetable yet.

Some work has to be done to the building before they start work, so they're probably looking for a winter opening. Also in the building will be a branch of Doggie Style.

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