The last day of full service will be Sept. 9. The bar, with a limited food menu, will be open until settlement in late September.
Eli Kulp and has enlisted the help of Greg Vernick at Vernick, Nick Elmi at ITV, Chris Kearse at Will BYOB, and Jose Garces.
The pub will occupy the former Doc Magrogan's on Sansom Street and the former Derek's on Main Street.
It's Sept. 28.
The location is Third and Porter Streets, the former Otis & Pickles.
The eatery at the Town Center will hand out free char-grilled meals to the first 200 people starting at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 29.
Tatel's look and feel reflects the Roaring '20s, fitting given the Boyd's prominence as a Prohibition-era movie house before its recent development.
"Is there anybody who opens a restaurant who knows it's going to work? Because if there is, I want to meet him. If you're not supremely confident in what you're doing or a gambler, do not open a restaurant."
It will become more sports-fan-oriented with an extended main bar, plenty of TVs, and a DJ booth.
"I feel like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz," owner Nancy Morozin said today, after posting her new plan on Facebook.
Jay Stevens and Kim Strengari promise fresh, approachable cuisine, including sourdough pizzas, in a chic, yet comfortable setting that will include a bar that will stock plenty of California wines.
They'll be handed out at two points in Center City, followed by a giveaway at their Conshohocken facility.
An Aug. 28 finale has been set for Tria Cafe Fitler Square, which opened in April 2015.
Both locations, specializing in bagels, sandwiches, and cold-brew coffee, will have kiosks for ordering,
One specializes in breakfast and the other in empanadas. There's a $50,000 prize up for grabs.