A Whole Foods spokeswoman said replacement vendors have been signed and will be announced soon.
Heather Thomason says she started thinking, "This is not the work that inspires me anymore."
The settlement resolves "alleged federal wage violations, including requiring employees to work unpaid hours," the U.S. Department of Labor's local Wage and Hour Division said in a statement Monday.
Owners David and Heather Garry said repairs solved a persistent sag of the second floor at the hundred-year-old building.
With Noord chef de cuisine Aila DeVowe running the kitchen, Lachman said the menu would become American, with touches of colonial cooking to reflect the building's 18th-century past.
This smooth young Philly bourbon captures the spirit of Pennsylvania with locally malted grain and heirloom magenta corn.
Rosa Blanca at 707 Chestnut St. closed more than two years ago.
For 25 years, Denise's Delicacies has kept North Philly rich in pound cake, cookies, and more.
How 'bout dem apples? The city's hard-cider scene is getting ready to pour it on.
Spellbound Brewing in Mount Holly won gold, and Bonn Place in Bethlehem double-medaled.
The location - filling a former Saladworks at 3728 Spruce St. - follows the July opening of Just Salad's Rittenhouse Square location at 1729 Chestnut St.
Both will be named Engimono, as in the Japanese word for "good-luck charm."
Here, the tragically clumsy can fail without consequence, thanks to a small army of stoic groundskeepers who roam the floor with purpose-made ball scoopers.
The city's latest all-day cafe in the new Cira Centre South is a knockout with the ability to connect the east and west banks of the Schuylkill like no other West Philly restaurant before it.