Quick Bites

Bryan Sikora is heading back to Philadelphia. He’ll be the chef at David Fields’ 18th Street restaurant. [The Insider]

Manayunk’s Main Street Market is already expanding, it’ll be taking over the recently closed Saxby’s Coffee. [News Works]

Meal Ticket has the menus for East Passyunk’s Plenty, opening in February. [Meal Ticket]

The area is getting another brew pub as Forest and Main Brewing Co. is aiming for a Spring opening in Ambler. [Beer Lass]

Dolce and Paradigm have been sold to Rob LaScala (LaScala’s at 7th and Chestnut). Dolce will continue on with a new menu and Paradigm will close by the summer for a new concept. [The Insider]

The former Bocelli in Chestnut Hill is now Stella Sera. [The Insider]

South Philadelphia’s Los Jalapenos is closing but its sister restaurant Tres Jalapenos will continue at 8th and Christian. [The Feast]

The 401 Diner in Conshohocken has closed. [The Insider]

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  • Snake

    Is Sikora an unpleasant person or something? He’s a great chef but he sure seems to bounce around quite a bit.

  • barryg

    Don’t know him but his last project was in Allentown or Bethlehem. Center City is definitely a better market for high end food.