Friday, October 24, 2014
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Chef Andrew Wagner and Marcus Versace decided to honor their neighborhood when they took over Resurrection Ale House at Catharine Street and Grays Ferry Avenue.
Owner Mike Giammarino says he is in the process of buying a building at 1533 S. 11th St. that was occupied previously by Da Vinci's restaurant, which closed Sunday.
Tuesday, Oct. 14 is the opening of Little Spoon Cafe (1500 South St., 267-587-6559), a sweet spot at the southwest corner of 15th and South Street, formerly the Baja Room.
His top-grossing spot in 2013 was Buddakan New York, according to a trade publication.
Ardé Osteria (133 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, 484-580-6786) - opening Thursday, Oct. 2 across from the Wayne train station - will have not only wood-fired pizzas, but charcuterie and cheese plates served from a salumi and mozzarella bar, fresh-cut pastas, and entrees priced in the $20s. It's BYOB.
High Street Grill in Mount Holly, which marked its 10th anniversary in August, will shut down after business Tuesday, Oct. 14.