East Passyunk Shows No Signs of Slowing Down

Today we get news from Michael Klein that Pumpkin’s Christopher Kearse is getting his own place on Passyunk Avenue. Kearse is aiming to open a progressive French BYOB at 1911 East Passyunk Avenue by August. Next door to Kearse’s place is going to be Noir. Noir will replace Sticks and Stones and you’ll be able to get your first taste of the French-American concept at Flavors of the Avenue on Saturday, April 28th.

Also slated to be at Flavors is GarageJason Evenchik’s (Vintage, Time and Bar) new concept that will invite a rotating cast of food trucks inside to feed its customers. At Monday’s Flavors media preview, Evenchik had MiniTrini show up in front.

And then tonight next Wednesday the East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association will be hearing an information only presentation from Table 31 co-owner Stephen Olitsky for a new restaurant with liquor license that would take over the Artisan Boulanger space at the corner of 12th and Morris Streets (Artisan Boulanger is moving to 1218 Mifflin Street.)

Another bar coming to East Passyunk will be Gordon Dinerman’s (Birra) Fountainhead Saloon.

So coming on the heels of the success and accolades of Fond, Stateside and Le Virtu is another wave of restaurants and bars.