Quick Bites: Four Bells for Twitter, More Fuel, Less Haru & a Twisted Tail

Philadelphia Inquirer critic Craig LaBan is now on Twitter. [@CraigLaBan]

Scott Swiderski is out of the Serafina project three weeks before it was to open. Michael Klein says Swiderski has something else in the works. [The Insider]

A third location of Fuel is in the works. This one at 1650 Arch Street will be more of a snag and go spot. Owner Rocco Cima tells Meal Ticket he’s also working on franchising with eight already sold. [Meal Ticket]

Haru has closed in Old City after six years. What we’ll remember most is Craig LaBan’s zero bell bashing of the Old City spot. [The Insider]

In news we’re not sure we comprehend, Tony Luke’s is opening ten concession stands in Puerto Rico. [Grub Street]

Twisted Tail, a bourbon and blues spot in the old Kildare’s at Headhouse Square is progressing. They’re aiming for a mid-June opening. [The Insider]