Quick Bites

Marty Grims is set to open Chew Man Chu on Wednesday, October 28th. It’ll be classic Asian dishes prepared by chef Wong Ophaso. Ophaso has experience around the world in French and Asian restaurants.

Muffaletta, fried oyster po boys, beignets and more ‘Nalins cuisine will be available at Beck’s Cajun Cafe at the Reading Terminal Market.

The Tap House is now officially City Tap House and the 75 tap bar and restaurant is aiming for a December opening. [Daily Pennsylvanian]

Jose Garces confirms he is in talks to take over the Rae space in the Cira Centre. Farm to Table would be the concept. [The Insider]

Men’s Journal calls Philadelphia the number four beer town in the US. San Diego gets #1. [Men's Journal]

World Cafe Live is refurbing the fomrer Queen Theater in Wilmington into a 400-seat live music venue. Opening is set for 2011. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

Michael Klein reports the former Deux Cheminees brownstone on Locust Street will be reborn as a Greek restaurant, Ulysses Voyage. [The Insider]

Grey Social is a nightspot planned for Chestnut Street in Old City. The menu will include French crepes and fondue and there will be prohibition era cocktails to drink. [The Insider]

Little Fish which had been having some problems with emergency renovations has reopened. [Grub Street]

Penn’s campus dining is promising to be 33% locally sourced by 2010. [Philadelphia Inquirer via the Illadelph]

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