Tria Cafe – Rittenhouse Square

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  • Alcohol: Beer, Wine
  • Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes

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Tria Will Replace Dmitri’s on Fitler Square

dmitris-fitler-squareWhen we first tipped off that Tria Cafe was coming to the old Dmitri’s at 23rd and Pine we admittedly rolled our eyes. After all, just about every restaurant vacancy is rumored to become a Tria. It’s usually just wishful thinking but the neighbors of Fitler Square can cheer, Tria is really coming to the neighborhood.

Owner Jonathan Myerow told Michael Klein that the former Mediterranean restaurant will feature a full kitchen, “be more dinner-friendly” and serve a weekend brunch.

Look for the latest Tria to open before the year ends. Myerow also owns Tria Cafe locations at 18th and Sansom, 12th and Pine and Tria Taproom at 20th and Walnut.


Tria to open on Fitler Square [The Insider]
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Celebrate Tria’s Tenth Birthday

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Way back in 2004, a former ice cream parlor at 18th and Sansom turned into a little bar named Tria. The first would-be guest walked out because he was looking for a martini. But that second guest actually bought something. And now, ten years later Tria is still going strong and they’re celebrating. On Tuesday, April 29th, the bar is pouring special beverages at anniversary-special prices.

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Wine Week: Day 3

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Philly Wine Week hits day three and the events are heating up.

If you thought Marnie Old’s pairing class for industry professionals sounded cool yesterday, she’s repeating it for consumers tonight at the German Society of Pennsylvania.


Osteria is hosting Sue Miller of Birchrun Hill Farms and they'll be pairing wine and cheese for happy hour.

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