Quick Bites

Mike’s Steaks has replaced Frank’s Old Philly-Style Sandwiches in the Comcast Center. Mike’s offers burgers, hoagies and hot dogs in addition to steak sandwiches.

Fuel has opened at 1917 E Passyunk. Q102’s Rocco Cima is the man behind the 500 calories or less storefront. [Meal Ticket]

Rouge sous chef Dustin Chalermkittichai is set to become the chef at El Camino Real. [The Insider]

D.P. Dough passes another hurdle, calzones are coming soon…. [D.P. Dough]

Ambler gets a kick as a branch of Lafayette Hill’s From the Boot has opened. Additionally the posh looking Dettera has also opened on Butler Pike. [The Insider]

Grub Street has a slideshow of Square 1682, the hotel restaurant opening at 17th and Sansom on October 14th. [Grub Street]

Restaurant Week hinted that Ly Michaels’ was going to become Tazia. And now we know the details. Tazia will be a restaurant specializing in tapas sized Asian bites. [The Insider]

Del Frisco’s takes Craig LaBan’s advice and installs a stripper pole. [Philly Chit Chat]

Fish is looking to open next week (licensing permittiing) in the former Astral Plane on Lombard Street. Michael Klein has some details on the under $20 menu. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer]

The Piano Bar closed at 20th and Arch. We’re only surprised it lasted as long as it did. [The Insider]