Quick Bites: Plenty to Go, Closings & Chef Movements

Tim McGinnis is pushing his wares beyond Plenty on East Passyunk. Artisinal by Plenty is providing sandwiches to cafes and groceries. Shot Tower Coffee is the first to add the quality bites. [Meal Ticket]

Chef Shawn Sollberger has left Gunners Run which has been open a bit more than a month. [The Insider]

Marrakesh Express closes before City Paper can review it. Too bad as it sounded pretty good. [Meal Ticket]

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  • Dale

    On an equally saddening note, Svetlana Blvosowicz, the Meposian exchange student, who has been running the Swedish meatball station at IKEA for the last month and a half, has abruptly left her initial government-appointed work-study post, in favor of a “beyond my wildest dreams” post at Wawa. The nuclear engineering major will be in charge of reheating meatballs and stocking candy from 11 pm-7am, six days per week. The parting was amicable, according to both parties.

  • John

    I get it, because the food and service at IKEA was actually better than at Gunner’s Run. which is a true story.