Pssst, Corner Foodery Is Now Open


The long awaited Corner Foodery is finally opening its doors on the morning of Thursday, February 7th at 1710-12 Sansom Street. The collaboration brings together Tony Rim (The Corner, Raw), The Corner chef John Taus and the Foodery’s vast beer selection.

This afternoon we spotted workers stocking the beer shelves and arranging glassware. Like the other Foodery locations, Corner Foodery will have row upon row of beer by the bottle. Unlike the Corner, this location will not be on a corner. Expect charcuterie and sandwiches to dominate the food side of things. The space also features extensive seating, fun video-game inspired paintings and a very welcoming vibe. We could totally see a Foobooz satellite office sprouting at one of the tables.

And a prediction, this becomes the most confused name since Whiskey Village Village Whiskey.

Corner Foodery
1710-12 Sansom Street

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  • Norma Stitz

    Can we please get a Foodery in Fairmount?!?!

    • Fairmount

      Why? We have the vastly under-rated Old Philly Ale House (fka Rose’s Deli).

  • barrygster

    Is this a bar, restaurant, or takeout place?

    • Art from Foobooz
    • Guy

      It is an overpriced beer take out, turned overpriced beer take out + deli.

      • Beerguy

        Don’t be a hater, that’s why you are free to open your own store or buy bottled water that cost 2.00 at any vendor on the any corner. I don’t see you saying how that is a rip off. Maybe the foodery will give you a job so you can get the employee discount.

        • Guy

          Why can’t I express my opinion of an establishment that’s being reviewed on a food blog? I’m not attacking anyone personally. I’ve been there and given it a chance. I’m simply expressing my feelings on the overpriced takeout. If you have a job and want to spend extra money on six packs from Corner Foodery, then as you mentioned, you are free to do so.

  • Guy

    Foodery blows. I can only imagine the food will be as overpriced as the beer. Hopefully the proposed changes in PA will bring more affordable options for bottles and sixpacks.

    • beerguy

      Guy how would say it blows, when it was not even open. Why would you say pointless insults?….

      • Guy

        There are several Foodery’s open already guy and I’ve been to the Corner Foodery. The food was good and only slightly overpriced. The beer take out selection was decent, but overpriced as usual. How is that a pointless insult? It was an opinion that I expressed by pointing to the price the charge for 6 beers.