Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Toward the end of the four-decade run of Portofino at 1227 Walnut St., Ralph Berarducci renovated the place top to bottom and turned it into Walnut Street Supper Club, offering live music from singing waiters along with Italian food.
Moon Krapugthong is taking over the double-wide storefront at the corner of Main and Grape Streets that formerly housed Saxbys Coffee and Main Street Market.
The bar-slash-double entendre - an homage to America's most famous White House intern - opened over the summer in the Delaware Canal town off Route 13.
Day by Day owner Robin Barg doesn’t know why her bruncherie is busy, but she’s not complaining.
Having brought modern Israeli cuisine to Philadelphia at Zahav, Steve Cook and Michael Solomonov are focusing on Jewish cuisine from the rest of the world at the contemporary Abe Fisher, at 1623 Sansom St. (215-867-0088), next to their new hummus shop, Dizengoff.
If the Treemont cures a really excellent piece of cobia and no one is around to eat it, is it delicious?