Quick Bites

The Fishtown bar being run by Adam Ritter (Sidecar) has a name, Kraftwork. Kraftwork will have 24 taps and growlers to go. Look for it within a couple of months. [Grub Street]

Kibitz in the City at 7th and Chestnut will become Delicatessen, a “modern-Jew deli” from Michael Spector, former manager at North Bowl. Opening set for the week of February 21st. [Meal Ticket]

Francisco Cabrera and Cecilia Jaramillo moved from Ecuador to be closer to a child attending Drexel University. In Ecuador they owned a restaurant and now they’ve opened El Sitio in Collingswood. The menu features inspiration from the food of Ecuador, Peru and Argentina. [Philadelphia Inquirer]

The Continental in Old City has introduced an 8-tap draft list. The most interesting of the initial beers offered are North Coast Brother Thellonius Abbey Ale and Bell’s Double Cream Stout. [Meal Ticket]

Michael Klein says the April slated Ulysses Voyage coming to the former Deux Cheminees’ location on Locust Street is going to be a “knockout.” [Philadelphia Inquirer]