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Mémé gets liquor license

David Katz's restaurant at 22d and Spruce will start serving beer tomorrow, wine on Wednesday.

Mémé gets liquor license

Mémé, David Katz's restaurant at 22d and Spruce Streets, today got its liquor license.

Katz says he'll serve wines and bottled beer only. Beer service will start Friday with a six-brew list: Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale, La Fin du Monde, Victory Prima Pils, Hoegaarden, Amsel Light, and Lindemans Framboise.

Corkage will be $10 starting Feb. 11, and Katz is exploring a one-night-a-week BYOB.

Wine list is still being set. The bottle price range will be from $29 to $70 with the majority around the $40s. The glass list will be from $6 to $10.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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