Restaurant scion George "Siggie" Wilson has inked a lease for 2960 Skippack Pike in Worcester. The spot, just east of the village of Skippack, is best known as the former home of Fuzion and more recently Gracie's Cafe.
It marks a return to the business for Wilson, whose name hung on Siggie's L'Auberge restaurant in West Conshocken (now Stella Blu) from 1997 to 2001. He closed the restaurant after the death of his mother, Helen Sigel Wilson, and went to work for David's Bridal.
Siggie Wilson says he expects to open Siggie's, a French-American BYOB, in June.
Wilson, 57, basically grew up in the dining room. His mother, a championship amateur golfer in the 1940s and '50s, had fallen into the restaurant business when her brother went off to fight in World War II.