Quick Bites

Bistro 7’s Michael O’Halloran was looking to open a second restaurant a year ago but that deal fell through. Now he’s back, aiming to open Kong, a Chinese comfort fooder at 702 N 2nd St, the former home of Sovalo. [The Insider]

Tony Luke’s is going international with frozen microwavable sandwiches. Look for them in your grocer’s freezer this April. [Philadelphia Inquirer]

Homestyle grub and “killer breakfasts” are available at Williams Cafe near the corner of 13th and Christian. [Meal Ticket]

The Daily Pennsylvanian has some more details on Ned Taddei’s The Blockley Pourhouse and Mary Oaks restaurant set to open at 38th and Ludlow by the end of the month. [Daily Pennsylvanian]

When we read “Doc Watson’s” and “locked in” in the same sentence we thought the pub was back to its old antics. But no, current owner Barry Sandrow is locking himself in the bar to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. [Daily News]