The one year anniversary of Italian restaurant Ulivo was yesterday, November 11, but just because you missed the actual anniversary doesn’t mean you can’t still celebrate the restaurant and help a good cause too.
Through November 15th, Ulivo is offering a three-course, prix fixe menu to its regular dinner menu. Proceeds from the prix fixe menu are being donated to the Feed the Children charity, helping those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
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Ulivo, which made Philadelphia magazine’s top Italian restaurants list has overhauled its menu for Summer. Check out the Queen Village BYOB for duck prosciutto with watermelon and pickled rinds, spaghetti with gulf shrimp and summer squash and more.
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When Barcade opens in Fishtown it will be filled with fun games. But right now the bar is playing the waiting game. Health Department approval stands between the bar and its opening. [Facebook]
Crisp, the falafel spot on 18th Street that comes from the Big Apple is aiming to open on this Thursday. [Twitter]
The third location of Sabrina’s Cafe opened yesterday at 34th and Powelton. Meal Ticket has some pictures. [Meal Ticket]
A quick drive by of 13th and Pine revealed the doors open at King Tut, the Egyptian/Middle Eastern spot by Richard Nevada.
Manayunk Brewery & Restaurant has finally dried out after Irene and Lee. The brewpub is back open. [The Insider]
Joe Scarpone whose Sovalo had a praised run in Northern Liberties is now looking at Queen Village. Ulivo will be taking over Trattoria Alla Costiera at Passyunk and Catharine. Look for pastas, pizzas, salads and paninis by November 1st. [The Insider]
Rick Nichols drops a bombshell today as he reports that chef Joe Scarpone is withdrawing from the Agiato project just weeks after the restaurant opened in Manayunk.
Setback for a potential dining renaissance [Philadelphia Inquirer]
Agiato [Official Site]