"Coffee is about community much more than a clothing store is," one of the founders says.
The Foy family plans to rebuild.
New owners plan to keep the concept but change the name to The Inlet on Olde.
It's a mighty caffeinated part of town, with La Colombe across the street in the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton as well as Bluestone Lane across Penn Square.
Benjamin will oversee the club's various departments. Sbraga will be executive chef.
Gene Muller, long the face of Flying Fish, will be simply known as founder.
The former Serafina is now a low-lit cafe charmer with tufted banquettes and well-spaced tables.
Closed over the weekend, the restaurant will return with new chefs.
It's due to launch 11 a.m. Black Friday.
It's a victim of its own success, the owner says. State, county, and local officials want it to beef up its infrastructure.
Their location in Village Square in Blue Bell, which opened in 2001, is still going strong, Michel Fadel said.