Thursday, August 28, 2014
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The cafe in Old City will be featured in the magazine's September issue.
They have done BBQ (Percy Street) and doughnuts and fried chicken (Federal Donuts) and Israeli food (Zahav) - and for a while they did Mexican food (Xochitl) and kosher food (Citron & Rose).
The South Philly BYOB will never take the sausage bolognese over rigatoni off the menu.
"Hi, I'm your server, and I'll be right back!" Well, that was quick. Our blur of a waiter was frazzled, but nice enough. And he did pause again at the table several minutes later, visibly perspiring on this bustling weekend night at the Lucky Well in Ambler. He wasn't ready yet to talk food but reassured us that a special order had been placed: At any moment, we should expect ice for our lukewarm, somewhat funky water.
The oldest cheesesteak shop upgrades, and thumbs it nose across the street.
The closing will have an impact on the outside restaurateurs at Revel - the largest of which is the Garces Group, which employs more than 250 people at Jose Garces' splashy, 11,000-square-foot Amada, his adjacent Yuboka noodle shop, and at Village Whiskey and Distrito Cantina.