Quick Bites

Aloha means goodbye. And it is goodbye for Roy’s at 15th and Sansom. Coming in will be a new concept run by Ed Doherty of Union Trust and backed by the Grasso brothers. It’ll be a reunion of sorts for the Grassos as they went separate ways in steakhouses. Joe is a part-owner of Union Trust and David owns the Grande building that houses Del Frisco’s. [The Insider]

Zesty’s brand returns to Main Street in Manayunk as Tom Konidaris has reverted a portion of Munk & Nunn to Zesty’s Greek food. [The Insider]

Shenanigan’s Saloon in Port Richmond is opening a second location, this one at Cecil B. Moore and Front. [Brownstoner]

This cannot be good news for the long talked about Victory Brew Pub in Easton. Collaborating restaurant, the Farmhouse has lost its acclaimed chef, Michael Adams. [Morning Call via Liquid Diet]

Devil’s Den now has outdoor seating for about 30. [f8b8z Outdoor Dining Guide]

Floret in Radnor has closed after just a few months in business. [The Insider]

Tweed’s Edward Bianchini is planning on opening a boutique hotel at 7th and Chestnut. Bianchini had been running a hotel in the South of France before returning to his hometown. The hotel will feature 18 rooms and a European restaurant. [Grub Street]

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  • Nibbles

    I wonder if Ed Doherty’s new project will have a nickname like “Union Bust.”