- Neighborhood: South Jersey
- 1588 Kings Highway, Cherry Hill, NJ
- Phone: 856-520-8122
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- Cuisine: Healthy
- Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch
- Price: $
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
- Hours: Daily 11am - 10pm
We were anticipating rolling out our Fast Casual Tracker today, before the bombshell news hit that Urban Outfitters had bought the Vetri Family of restaurants including Pizzeria Vetri. We imagined the big news for everyone’s first look at the Tracker would be that Honeygrow opened its seventh location today in University City at 3731 Walnut Street.
Well Honeygrow did open but the Vetri news got us shuffling our buzzy list before we even posted it.
So check it out, the Foobooz Fast Casual Tracker, your one-stop spot for the latest in Philadelphia's increasingly crowded fast-casual dining scene.
Fast Casual Tracker [Foobooz]
Close your eyes and imagine the first thing that pops in your mind when we say, “King of Prussia.” More than likely, you’re envisioning a mega-mall full of high-end retail, gobs of food, air conditioning and airport-like parking. You probably go there to shop or eat, but you’re not really there to enjoy the experience, right?
Tom Sebastian, senior vice president acquisition and development of Maryland-based JBGR Retail, wants to switch things up a bit with new 20-acre development called the King of Prussia Town Center, which he described as a “upscale project” with an lively town square hub in the middle surrounded by a bevy of full-service dining options. “This is going to be a very active space,” said Sebastian. “This will be the only lifestyle shopping center in the market.”
The idea is to bring a little of what people love about the Philadelphia lifestyle, namely a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere with outdoor dining, a mix of local and national shops, and activities for all ages, to an area typically known for gridlock and one-stop shopping.
"This is going to be unlike your typical retail strip shopping or grocery community center," said Sebastian of the $100 million plus project, "[The King of Prussia Town Center] will be where people will want to gather in their free time."
So many noodles in so many forms. From Asian to Italian, from quick lunches, to luxurious dinners, here are the best noodle dishes in Philadelphia, culled from Philadelphia magazine’s Best of Philly issue.