Quick Bites

Coquette brings in former Fork chef, Thien Ngo. Look for hints of Vietnamese and Thai to show up  on the menu. [The Insider]

Mt. Airy is getting a Thirsty Monk, an American bistro and wine bar. [Beer Lass]

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia creator Rob McElhenney is said to be in “deep talks” to open a bar in Philadelphia. [Inqlings, Philadelphia Inquirer]

Philly Mag has some more details on Michael O’Halloran’s new Chinese restaurant, Kong. [Philadelphia Magazine]

John Mims, forced off the Main Line is now looking to open a pair of restaurants in Phoenixville. New Orleans Pizza Kitchen will open March 13th and his Creole BYOB, Daddy Mims will be ready March 19th. [The Insider]

Fort Washington’s long time Bent Elbo is going to become MaGerks Pub & Grill. MaGerks is out of Maryland but with local roots. Renovations could take as long as six months. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]

Victory’s Easton brew pub is now a collaborative effort between Downingtown’s Victory Brewing and the Farmhouse restaurant in Emmaus. [Morning Call]

Rare, a 30,000 square foot gentlemen’s club and steakhouse is aiming to open in April. [Meal Ticket]