Smith’s Restaurant Lounge – Taking over at the old Jolly’s/Pazzo locations, Smith’s promises flat bread pizzas and crocks. Opening date is March 9th.
Tinto – Jose Garces’ follow-up to Amada is bringing Basque cuisine to Rittenhouse. March 16th was the born-on-date.
Legal Seafoods – Legal Sea Foods brings its seafood chowder to the masses at the Court at King of Prussia.
Aramingo Diner – The Aramingo Diner has survived its December fire and re-opened on March 20th.
Penthouse Lounge and Grille – No nudity, Penthouse goes classy at the former Emerald City location in that desolate stretch between Old City and Northern Liberties. The spot opened on March 22nd and has Grand Opening events the rest of the month.
Savory Off South – Breakfast sandwiches to fondue at this now open all-day cafe.
Misconduct Tavern – The Locust Street bar is making a comeback with new ownership, the doors re-open Monday, March 26th.
Silk City – N. 3rd owner Mark Bee is completely re-habbing the Spring Garden diner. Grand opening is Thursday, June 14th.
St. Stephens Green – James Stephens of Black Sheep and Jeff Keel of Bishopâs Collar are collaborating on this spot that will open Tuesday, June 19th, in the former Cuvee Notredame at 16th and Green Streets.
Cacia’s Bakery – Cacia’s has opened at 719 S 2nd Street, tomato pie for everyone!
Franco’s Trattoria – This Italian restaurant has opened just off of Kelly Drive in East Falls.
Salento – This Italian BYOB has opened at 22nd and Walnut.
Bookbinders – There’s a Bookbinders down the shore as a more affordable version of the Philadelphia institution has opened in Linwood, NJ
Level – The Cease and Desist Order adorned the window for more than a year but this Market Street club is slated to open July, 27th.
Tria – The second Tria location has opened in a former laundromat on Spruce Street.
City Grange – The sustainable food restaurant opened August 6th at the Westin in Liberty Place.
Dock Street Brew Pub – The West Philadelphia brew pub startedserving up beers and pizzas on Monday August, 20.
Jose Pistolas – Copa Too was reborn Jose Pistolas on August 29th. It’ll be a beer bar with burritos.
Knock – Former owner of Woody’s and his brother are combining forces to take on the restaurant black hole at 12th and Locust. The former Dmitri’s, Pamplona and Lula is in soft opening, this time as a “global restaurant-lounge.”
Makers Local – Open on the 500 block of N 13th Street is the first bar of note in the Lofts district, opened by veteran bartender Paul Browning this spot will be heavy on the Local and of course the Makers Mark too.
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