Quick Bites

Philly Beer Week has announced they’ve broken the 500 600 events mark but Joe Sixpack’s math has the number north of 700. [Beer Radar]

Standard Tap co-owner Paul Kimport is back in the kitchen, this time at sister restaurant, Johnny Brenda’s. He’ll be focusing the menu and including more snacks and small plates. [Philadelphia Magazine]

Sauté has opened on Front Street and the opening emails we’ve gotten sound promising. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]

Another Tiffin alum is branching out on his own. Rakesh Ramola has opened IndeBlue, an Indian BYOB in Collingswood. [The Insider]

Happy Rooster adding a bar with 12 stools plus flat-screen TVs to its back room. [Meal Ticket]

Taquet in Wayne is going to be under new ownership and tutelage. The new chef, Francis Layrle has experience as the chef at the French embassy in DC. [The Insider]

There’s “real barbecue” on the Main Line now with the opening of Jimmy’s BBQ in Malvern. [Main Line Restaurant Guide]

American Pub at Centre Square is looking to open beneath the Clothespin sculpture at 15th and Market. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]

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  • http://www.foodaphilia.com e

    The food at Johnny Brenda’s keeps improving every time I visit. It’s hard not to order the Cubano sandwich over and over again, but it’s just that good.

  • http://www.beerlass.com Suz

    Agreed E. I had great quiche last time I was there….and my gluttonous consumption of the bread pudding was not regrettable in the least.