Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Restaurant notes: AKA gets

The new eatery will have an alphabetical advantage.

Restaurant notes: AKA gets


The restaurant going into the AKA Rittenhouse Square, on 18th Street north of Walnut, has an overseer (David Fields) and a chef (Bryan Sikora).

And now it has a name, one that at least will provide an alphabetical advantage.

It's known as -- pronounced "ay kitchen."

Projected opening is May.

Sikora's open kitchen will turn out food from breakfast through late night to accommodate not only the neighborhood but guests at the extended-stay hotel.
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