Wednesday, April 1, 2015


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Kevin D'Egidio started cooking at the old Tangerine, followed by Lacroix at the Rittenhouse, Will, and Stateside. He and Michael Griffiths met at Lacroix. Griffiths also worked at Ela, Rittenhouse Tavern, and Fork.
The Muffin Man may live on Drury Lane, but come April, do you know the Biscuit Man will live on Drury Street? He's Mitch Prensky, and he wants to sell you a sandwich.
Not only Ulivo is on the way out. So is Spitalieri's, a yearling.
They're not sick of the cheesesteaks - or each other - even after all these years.
Mike "Scoats" Scotese's 1996 opening of the Grey Lodge Pub coincided with the rise of two movements that would contribute to the bar’s eventual success: the Internet and craft beer.
This nifty, rustic combination of bar, restaurant and jazz/funk venue from Jason Evenchik and Terry Leach might be the boldest restaurant project ever in Northern Liberties.
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