Michael Klein highlights three new Phoenixville spots, the Bookend Cafe, Bistro 156 and Molly Maguire’s. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]
Drew Lazor has the details on the Maoz Vegetarian looking to open at 1115 Walnut Street in January. And yes, it will be much bigger than their South Street spot. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]
Barclay Prime has raised the beef bar with Tajima beef (more tender than Kobe). It’s $80 for an 8-ounce filet, $90 for the 16-ounce strip and $245 for the 36-ounce porterhouse. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]
Paddy Whacks is set to have a grand opening at its South Street location on December 20th. The Irish sports bar will feature 10 flatscreen TVs downstairs with another 8 in the upstairs party room.
The South Street area has recently added another Irish bar to its list, Irish Times has opened at the former Black Door at the corner of 2nd and Bainbridge. This one promises to be “the home to all things Irish.”
Conshohocken’s Stella Blu has reopened with an updated look and menu that focuses on small and large plates with a Euro flair. [The Daily Dish]
The revolving Mexican restuarnt spot on South Street that most recently housed El Rey Sol is now La Perla Tapatia. Most dishes are under $12. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]
John Harvard’s in Wayne has closed and it isn’t looking good for the rest of the chain either. [Beer Yard]