Yello’Bar Gets Resurrected

We’ve received word from Leigh Maida that she and Brendan Hartranft of Memphis Taproom and Local 44 are set to open their third bar. Resurrection Ale House will take over Yello’Bar in September on Grays Ferry Avenue.

The spot will focus more on food than their other two spots, filling a glaring need in the neighborhood. But don’t take our word for it, check out Leigh’s words below.

The name will be Resurrection Ale House, and we’re hammering out a menu now that we think fills a gap in the neighborhood, casual, beer-centric, someplace you can feel like a grown up, and be catered to with care, but not have to spend a ton of money to feel like you got some real value out of your experience. We’re focused (as always) on a stellar craft beer list, but we’re equally focused this time on the dining side of things too. For now we’re sort of working under the term “beer bistro” as a guiding principle, for the menu, the decor, the over all vibe of the place. We’re hoping for the same kinds of laid back, food and beer savvy, mixed-bag of cool guests that we get to meet at Memphis and Local 44.

Resurrection Ale House [Official Site]