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Lou Bird’s

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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Brunch, Dinner
  • Hours: Monday through Friday: 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.

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Lou Bird’s Has A Happy Hour

Lou Bird's opens at 20th and Lombard | Photo via Lou Bird's

Lou Bird’s–the new restaurant in the old Meritage space, opened by Norris and Debbie Jordan of the Happy Rooster–has been getting some solid, early love from Philadelphia. Which isn’t really all that surprising since it has Natalie Maronski (ex of Volver) in the kitchen and Josh Jenkins (former manager at Dandelion) working the floor.

But now, they’re trying to make their little neighborhood bistro even more neighborhood-y by adding a happy hour.

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It’s The Foobooz Fall Restaurant Round-Up

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This summer (like all summers) was a pretty slow time for restaurant openings. We had a few big names come through on their promises to switch on the lights, but for the most part, we were eating at the same places in August that we were in June.

The autumn, though? That’s when the opening-and-closing cycle really gets going again, with some of the biggest restaurateurs in the city (Michael Schulson, Ben Puchowitz and Shawn Daragh, Jose Garces and more…) all working to get their new places open before the holidays hit.

So this, then, is the list of the restaurants (either recently opened or upcoming) that have us most excited–the dining rooms we can’t wait to sit in, and the menus we can’t wait to see. It’s going to be a big season in Philly. So here’s where you’ll all be eating in the upcoming months, starting with…

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Lou Birds Opens at 20th and Lombard

Lou Bird's opens at 20th and Lombard | Photo via Lou Bird's

Lou Bird’s opens at 20th and Lombard | Photo via Lou Bird’s

Once upon a time I was sitting outside of Varga Bar at 10th and Spruce, looking over at the packed sidewalks at Kanella and remarked this might be the most bumping corner in all of downtown Philadelphia without a place named Parc on it. I also remember thinking, now if something could¬†turn up the voltage at 20th and Lombard across from Pub & Kitchen, then 10th and Spruce¬†would have some competition. Read more »

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