Among the additions are more wines by the glass and a frozen drink machine. Hello, frosé.
High Street chef/partner Eli Kulp, who suffered spinal injuries two years ago in an Amtrak train crash, attended the event.
Bastien Ornano says he quit the corporate life "to follow my dream before it would be too late."
Over the last 25 years in the Philadelphia area, the openings have far outnumbered the closings. But still…
The goal, say owners, is to be "as many things to as many people as it possibly can."
Seeking to capture millennial dollars, exhibitors touted all the features their products were missing - non-GMO, gluten-free, no sugar added, nondairy, no tree nuts, no animal products - but also, products with a story, and, oh yeah, flat-out indulgent products, like bourbon ice cream.
Redcrest (1525 S. 11th St.), selling a full menu including few varieties of chicken plus sides and desserts, will fill the former prosaically named Fresh Seafood, on the corner where 11th Street and East Passyunk Avenue meet.
New Sixers guard Markelle Fultz says he likes Chick-fil-A. He can do better.
"We look at Philadelphia as being a very diverse city, both economically as well as culturally, and it's a town that obviously appreciates restaurants."
It will be part of a three-restaurant development next to the Ardmore Music Hall.
The sun goes down, the city lights twinkle on, the drinks are flowing, and there's suddenly 24-karat magic in the air at Philadelphia's rooftop bars.
There is no more space, though. There are only more 22-year-olds, the women in minimalist rompers and backless tops, the men in whatever they wore to work that day.
Two Le Bec-Fin alumnae will take over ITV on Saturday.
"We put blood, sweat, and tears and actual blood into building this building. It's not just a building. We built it from the ground up. And after we were done, we had to do it again."
Next year, Czerw's Polish Kielbasa celebrates a major milestone -- its 80th year in business. This year, it was honored as a 2017 Readers’ Choice winner.