Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Mexico on the Square (well, sort of)

The Espinosa family from Savoy Mexican Grill has relocated.

Mexico on the Square (well, sort of)

Mexico on the Square, en la noche.
Mexico on the Square, en la noche.

Good news for fans of Savoy Mexican Grill who miss the now-closed bodega at 18th and Spruce Streets:

The Espinosa family has relocated to the corner of Pine and Hicks Streets (1511 Pine St., 215-732-1907) as Mexico on the Square, with a takeout-only grill/deli.

In-store-made tortillas and simple menu: burritos, tacos, sopes, tostadas, tortas, picaditas, and flautas, plus burgers, cheesesteaks, and hoagies.
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