Interior of Joan Shepp’s pop-up at Liberty Place. She’s now chosen a new permanent location for her store.
The old adage “out with the old, in with the new” makes sense in the fashion world, but our sister site Shoppist‘s glut of news about store closings and openings makes us realize it’s just as true in retail real estate.
New: Joan Shepp
Longstanding boutique Joan Shepp opted for a pop-up store after her departure from her original Walnut Street location – and it seems the change may have done some good. Her newfound home is just a few blocks away at 1811 Chestnut Street. Once a mattress store, the simple exterior conceals an inner space with some potential, including a supposedly great staircase.
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Estia Greek Taverna – Dining Room
The Pashalis family that owns Estia in Philadelphia is in expansion mode. Brothers Pete and Nick along with Pete’s brother-in-law, John Lois are bringing their take on Greek and Mediterranean cuisine to Marlton in early 2014. Estia Greek Taverna will replace the former Pietro’s (which they also own) at 140 W Route 70.
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Zoës Kitchen, a fast-casual Mediterranean chain, is opening up stores all over the Philadelphia area. The chain has already opened its doors in Newtown, Collegeville, and Marlton. On Thursday, May 23, Zoës will open another store, right on Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr, next door to the recently opened Pinkberry and Cosi . Zoës’ menu includes soups, salads, tons of sandwiches, plus a few simple Mediterranean dishes. Zoës offers a catering menu and a gluten-free menu in addition to its everyday menu. The locations in the area are open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. everyday.
You can view the menu for the Bryn Mawr location here.
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