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Warmdaddy's crew opening in Chestnut Hill

Heirloom, a BYOB, will take the former Persian market space at the top of the hill.

Warmdaddy's crew opening in Chestnut Hill

The crew from Warmdaddy's -- with chef Al Paris (Circa, Zanzibar Blue, Pat Bombino's, Mantra, etc. etc.) back in the fold -- is behind Heirloom, a 50-seat BYOB being readied for a post-Thanksgiving debut in the former Shundeez Market space at the top of the hill in Chestnut Hill (8705 Germantown Ave.)

A rep for the project says it will feature "new American regional cuisine influenced by the rich flavors of our nation’s vibrant culinary history" and mentions such dishes as scallops with pork belly and lobster with garnet yam dumplings. 

Warm atmosphere will feature reclaimed wooden tables and Pennsylvania stone.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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