The Boot & Saddle’s two-story sign has been reinstalled at Broad and Ellsworth. Foobooz reader Pat Hoban snapped the above picture over the weekend.
The sign was originally set to be relit in June but Len Davidson, who restored the sign and hundreds of other neon signs that make up his Philadelphia Neon Museum collection, determined more work was needed.
When the Boot & Saddle reopened almost two years ago, the restoration of the sign was a condition of the Boot & Saddle getting its liquor license endorsed by the South Broad Street Neighborhood Association.
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Photo by Niels Alpert
Archbishop Ryan and LaSalle alum Bill Ricchini has earned praise from Rolling Stone to NPR’s World Café to Vogue for his brand of wistful, thoughtful pop. With this week’s release of Himalaya, his second record under the moniker Summer Fiction, Ricchini says his material is “more fully realized and ballsier, not afraid to be eccentric.” We caught up in advance of his record-release show this Saturday at Boot & Saddle to discuss the new tracks, recording in England and stalking Morrissey.
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Photo by Arthur Etchells
Boot & Saddle and executive chef Christopher Davis have revamped their menu for spring and due to popular demand has added a burger. The B&S Burger comes topped with smoked Gouda, braised pork belly and chili relish for $13. Also new on the menu, smoke rainbow trout salad, chilled spicy roasted beet sandwich and crispy chicken wings.
The full Boot & Saddle spring menu »