Quick Bites

Di Vino Wine Bar has opened off Rittenhouse Square with a different menu than the one we published a few weeks back. The current menu tops out at $18 a plate. [Feeding Frenzy, City Paper]

We were first teased back in March about Joël Robuchon coming to town. Now he’s saying he has been in contact regarding bringing a L’Atelier to Philadelphia but nothing has been decided. [Inqlings, Philadelphia Inquirer]

Kashmir is the name behind the orange liquor license at 1921 Walnut Street. Monkey Bar owners, the Vasiliadis brothers are developing the space as another lounge. [The Insider]

In chef shakeups, Dominique Filoni is out at Parc less than two weeks after a 2-Bell LaBan review. And Terence Feury has left his brother Patrick and the rest of the partners at Villanova’s Maia. [Inqlings, Philadelphia Inquirer]

D. P. Dough is a national calzone chain that is looking to open a UCity location in late December or early January. [Meal Ticket]

The Paddock at Devon is set to take over Wayne’s John Harvard’s come next Wednesday. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]

A.D. Amorosi says a World Cafe Live in Wilmington is getting closer to reality. [Icepack, City Paper]