Talula’s Garden is hiring and Second Helpings gets a peek inside as construction progresses. [Second Helpings]
Kung Fu Necktie appears to be for sale. A listing showed up on Craigslist and a local real estate listings site yesterday. [Solo Realty]
The David Fields, Bryan Sikora collaboration set for the base of the AKA Rittenhouse Square has a name, a.kitchen. [The Insider]
1601 remains closed as its liquor license had lapsed. [The Insider]
SquareBurger in Franklin Square will open for the season on Friday, April 1st.
Avram Hornik of Lucy’s hat Shop, Noche, Drinker’s Pub and Drinker’s Tavern, etc. is looking to open a brick oven pizzeria at 39th and Chestnut. The name is tentatively Duo, the time frame is August. [The Insider]
Darling’s Parktown Place will be coming to 22nd and the Parkway. The Continetal fare will be the work of Harry Arnold who also owns the two Darling Cafes in town. [Philadelphia Magazine]
Sous vide will be the specialty at Restaurant Rosalie in central Montco. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]
A red-felt pool table has taken over the dining room at 1601. [Beer Lass]
Cassizzi Pizzeria Ristorante has opened in a former funeral home at 2533 E Clearfield Street. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]
Little Italy will be a pizza and specialty sandwich shop just off South on 9th Street. [The Insider]
Paxia looks to be on shaky ground but remains open. [Meal Ticket]
Chinatown’s Ong’s will become Sakura Mandarin as early as this week. [The Insider]
Try the Lobster Fest at Bistro Romano. Get a full lobster, garden salad and linguini dish for just $14.95.
Or sticking with a seafood why not check out the mussels at 1601 Cafe.