Table Talk looks back on the restaurant scene in 2006 as well as looks forward to 2007. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]
Could the House of Blues planned for the Packard Building not happen? Michael Klein says he’ll believe it when he sees it in his Table Talk column today and A. D. Amorosi reports ex-employees of the House of Blues organization may not happen. [Icepack, City Paper]
Feeding Frenzy gives some more details on Mission Grill, the upscale American Southwest restaurant set for 19th and Arch Streets. The menu will be big on pork and fish and the General Manager is an alum from the Fountain. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]
Triumph Brewing Company is getting closer, now it looks like a February opening may be realistic. The kitchen is in place and so is the brewing equipment. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]
10 South 20, formerly Blue Horseshoe, and never Christopher’s is again closed for renovations. This spot at 20th and Market seems to change concepts quicker than the seasons.
Warmdaddy’s will be adding Sunday Gospel Brunch to the menu. Expect crawfish, gumbo, black skillet corn bread with honey butter, cheese grits, omelets, chicken and waffles among other down-home dining.