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Vegan fast-fooder has a name; Perrier's mother dies

HipCityVeg is up for this winter off Rittenhouse Square.

Vegan fast-fooder has a name; Perrier's mother dies

Former Horizons manager Nicole Marquis has settled on HipCityVeg as the name of her vegan quick-serve coming to 127 S. 18th St., near Rittenhouse Square, this winter. Previous post.

Condolences to Georges and Bernard Perrier, whose mother, Yvonne, passed away Christmas Eve at age 101 in France. She was a biologist and a local health commissioner.

Chef change at the Moshulu on Penn's Landing, as the well-traveled Anthony Bonett (Du Jour, Opus 251, Alison at Blue Bell, Philadelphia Fish & Co, Tony Clark's.) takes over for Ralph Fernandez, who has joined Harrah's Chester casino as executive chef.

Todd Rodgers has not gone far after the summer shutdown of Noble American Cookery, where he was a partner. He's now a manager at a.Kitchen, 135 S. 18th St. By the way, a.kitchen will pour its by the glass wines from magnum bottles on New Year's Eve.

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