A Look at Dining on the Avenue of the Arts

Avenue of the Arts | Photo by Jeff Fusco

Avenue of the Arts | Photo by Jeff Fusco

Craig LaBan looks at restaurants on the Avenue of the Arts. Paying special attention to what’s imminent, Jose Garces’ Volver; the reinvented, Perch Pub; and what is coming down the line, a replacement for Ted’s Montana Grill.

Avenue of the Eats: A two-way street for the arts and dining [Philadelphia Inquirer]




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  • Dan

    The article implies what we all know. There is no point in dumbing down your food and opening large and expensive restaurants in center city to attract suburbanites. They won’t come. As the comments on Philly.com make clear daily, these folks are afraid of everything. They also MUST drive everywhere because there are minorities on public transit.

    Just do what you do and cater to the rich liberal empty nesters of Rittenhouse and the hipsters and yipsters that pervade the city. Now if they could fix the schools we could keep the young people here. With the current structure of city counsel and the failure of the young people to vote, I wouldn’t hold my breath.