Neighborhood: Old City
Front & Market Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phone: 215-922-7600 / 1-800-331-7634
“Italy on Your Plate and the World in Your Glass” Panorama features the largest Wine dispensing system in the world certified by Guinness World Records, offering over 150 wines by the glass. Travel the World, One Glass at a Time- Try a “Panorama Flight”- a personal wine tasting of 5 different wines grouped by style or region. Panorama’s menu includes fresh homemade pastas, exquisite antipasti, and authentic Italian entrées in a trattoria-style setting.
Talk about fast-turnaround, Lucas Manteca signed a lease for the former Gayle 5 weeks ago and managed to open Hoof + Fin this past weekend. The BYO of course has a good mix of land and sea on the menu. [The Insider]
Meal Ticket gets a peek inside Healthy Bites to Go from Katie Cavuto. The market and cafe is set to open this Friday at 2521 Christian Street. [Meal Ticket]
Five Guys is expanding in Center City with a second location slated for 1109 Chestnut Street. [The Insider]
The next Flying Fish Exit Series beer will be a North Jersey inspired Exit 16. I’ll be a wild-rice Double-IPA and available in March. [Beer Stained Letter]
Ekta is expanding west, opening in the just closed Cafe Fresko in Bryn Mawr. [The Insider]
The vino is finally in Zavino. The pizza and wine bar got its liquor license over the weekend and will do glasses from $6-$12 and bottles from $25 to $56. [Meal Ticket]
Michael Klein has the opening dates for a bunch of restaurants that are coming soon to a storefront near you. [The Insider]
Ristorante Panorama locked down a Guinness World Record for having the world’s largest winekeeper cruvinet, it stores 120 bottles. [The Insider]
What won’t be a Stephen Starr restaurant? We had heard that the serial restaurateur was interested in the former Wawa at 20th and Locust but there are signs up saying a new 7-11 is coming soon.
Ristorante Panorama is aiming to get itself in the Guinness Book of World Records for its 120 wines by the glass and its wine-preserving cruivnet system. [Restaurant Club]
AOL’s Lemondrop has nominated Cosmi’s Deli as one of the four best sandwiches in the United States. [Lemondrop via Phoodie]
Michael Klein has a few more details on 500Â°, the upcoming burger business from Rob and Maggie Wasserman of Rouge. [Philadelphia Inquirer]
Marigold Kitchen is changing its menu every month. The Colorado rack of lamb with parsnip-white chocolate puree, petite watercress salad, blood orange, pomegranate, pine nuts catches our eye. New item marked with a *. [Marigold Kitchen (PDF)]
Nectar’s Scott Morrison and Executive Chef Dan Kremin of Barclay Prime and Buddakan are partnering to open Floret in Radnor in the space that is currently Pond. There will be a lounge and restaurant menu with everything from burgers to Amish raised chicken coq au vin. Opening is set for December.
Latte whores, trashy magazines and a Tiffin meal from Barnes & Noble at Temple combine for a good Tuesday. [Living on the Vedge]
Adam Erace gives the Turista meu a spin at Modo Mio. [Blogalicious]
CE Phood gives Zahav a gold star for both its Restaurant Week performance and for its GoldStar Beer. [CE Phood]
At peak times it can take a half-hour to get your order at Tacos Don Memo but with authentic Mexican flavors it is a taste worth waiting for. [34th Street Magazine]
Penn AppÃ©tit is pleasently surprised by Thai Chef & Noodle Fusion [Penn AppÃ©tit]
And finally, Happy birthday Mac & Cheese. The blog, not the ubiquitous food, turns three and looks back at the last year. [Mac & Cheese]