Gone are star chef Matt Levin and the gimmicky events. Gone are the Tastykake sliders, Four Loko dinners, and most of the crew that sailed under Levin's freak flag. Queen Village's Adsum is now Tapestry, a gastropub reconceived by co-owner Kar Vivekananthan, who sagely points out: When has a well-executed gastropub ever failed in Philly? Judging by the overflow bar and full dining room, Kar and his team have the concept down. The menu highlights pub-grub must-haves like spicy house pickles, mac-and-cheese, chicken sausage sandwiches and, of course, a burger (just $10, in a city where burgers are suddenly approaching an Andrew Jackson). The bar boasts 24 varieties of beer on tap and 150 more by the bottle. And while right now the biggest complaint might be that the whole thing feels a bit too contrived, for a Queen Village resident looking for a warm bite on a cold night, Tapestry is a welcome—and safe—respite.