Quick Bites

Expect huddling hipsters to descend on 18th and Callowhill awaiting brunch at the second Sabrina’s Cafe. Opening is about four weeks out. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]

Valerie Safran and Marcie Turney of Lolita/Grocery/Open House fame are considering an Indian restaurant. And not just for dinner but to own! [Food and Wine via TheIlladelph]

The paperwork is squared away for Tavern on Green to become Tom Peter’s second Monk’s. But don’t expect it to be just Monk’s when it opens, expect the name “to tie in the nearby Art Museum and avoid confusion with Monk’s on 16th Street.” [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]

The Misconduct Tavern on Locust has re-opened. the new Misconduct will feature more plasma TVs and some interesting dishes from chef Christopher Lee. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]

We thought we saw the windows covered at Pizicato a couple weeks ago. Turns out they were doing some heavy duty renovations. Expanded kitchen and bar along other “fanciness.” Now if they could just stop the people waiting for the bus to stop scratching up the windows. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]

The upscale and popular BYOB in Malvern, Alba has added Sunday dinner hours to their operation. [Main Line Restaurant Guide]

Mantra at 122 S 18th Street is now open for lunch Monday through Saturday. Lunch Menu (PDF).

Carson’s Dockside Grill has dropped us a couple of emails but we weren’t biting. But sounds like they might be worth the short jaunt to the Ridley water front. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]