- Neighborhood: Market East
- 1001 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-922-1773
- Website | Facebook
- Cuisine: Cypriot
- Alcohol: BYOB
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
And Alex Tewfik of Eater, a name that vaguely rings a bell around here, has the scoop on Kanella South’s opening party at its new bar tomorrow, September 19th. There will be $7 Odysseus cocktails and the first 50 guests get a free drink. The party runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the relocated Cypriot restaurant.
Shockingly, another month of summer has sped by, meaning it’s that time again: COOK’s September schedule is going up tonight at 6 PM. As usual, the best classes go rather quickly, so you’d better be at the ready if you want to score seats to the classes happening in their kitchen in September. How does a whole hog from Kensington Quarters sound? Or perhaps dumplings from Bing Bing Dim Sum and Cheu Noodle Bar. Want to learn to bake apple pie (it is fall, as scary as that is), or learn to make pasta? Or come see our 40th Open Stove competition? All that and more is on their calendar for September. Read on for the full list.
The Washington Square West neighborhood has missed Kanella since the Cypriot restaurant closed to move to Queen Village at the end of May. Chef/owner Konstantinos Pitsillides should open the new location within four weeks or so. But, WashWest is getting a taste of Kanella once again.
Kanella’s chef de cuisine Evan Butkovsky is joining up with Mercato’s Ryan McQuillan for a collaborative dinner on Tuesday, July, 28th. The Greek/Cypriot and Italian inspired tasting dinner (one sea, one people) will be held at Mercato, and will consist of three courses for $30.