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NOW OPEN: The Lanes at South Bowl

south-bowl-lanes-940The long awaited South Bowl has softly opened on Oregon Avenue, just east of I-95. The 26-lane bowling alley from the team that brought us North Bowl is currently open 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. In addition to being much bigger than its neighbor to the north, South Bowl also offers pizzas from a wood-fired oven.

The two-floor space includes a large bar, private lane nook and a roof deck. Grand opening festivities will be announced soon.

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The Food at South Bowl

south-bowl-purple-940Jennifer Choplin will be co-sous chef at South Bowl when it opens (soonish?) in South Philadelphia. Choplin, who has been in the kitchen at many Philadelphia restaurants/bars including Dock Street, Taproom on 19th, SoWe and others will be working with chef Todd Goldman, who is the chef at North Bowl and co-sous, Mark McQuown.

Choplin dishes to Food Junkets about her career and what we can expect from the kitchen at South Bowl. Namely, pizza, tots, burgers and something for young and old.

Get more dirt on the menu at Food Junkets.

Interview: Jennifer Choplin Talks about Her Move to South Bowl Philly, Her Pizza Education [Food Junkets]




Winter Restaurant Openings That Have Us Excited

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We’ve already seen several impressive rebirths this year. Hawthorne’s has reopened after a blaze forced the beer cafe and bruncherie to close for almost a year, and they’re now offering beer delivery. Jose Garces has opened the Olde Bar at Bookbinders. The most impressive thing about this Olde Bar might be how little has actually changed. Even the plaques dedicated to faithful customers of Old Orignal Bookbinders remain. Earlier this week, the old Frankie Bradley’s, a well-known restaurant that fed the stars for 50+ years at 13th and Chancellor reopened as Franky Bradley’s. It’s now a nostalgic and sexy bar and restaurant from Silk City’s Mark Bee.

Not bad for the slowest time of year for restaurants.




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