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Sip-N-Glo Juicery Permanently Closes After Seven Years

Sip-N-Glo Juicery, which has been whipping up fresh, fruit- and veggie-packed juices and smoothies for the past seven years, has permanently closed all locations as […]

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The Palm Has Been Put Out of Its Misery

As of this morning, The Palm at the Bellevue has closed, according to Philly Chit Chat. The restaurant hasn’t released a public comment. According to HughE Dillon’s tweet, staff […]

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Mt. Airy’s Trolley Car Diner Will Close This Fall

Last year, developer Ken Weinstein attempted unsuccessfully to expand his Trolley Car restaurant concept to West Philly. This fall, his Trolley Car Diner in Mt. […]

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East Passyunk’s Townsend Will Close, Then Reopen in Rittenhouse

Last week, we told you that chef and restaurateur Tod Wentz would be opening the Pearl Tavern in the former Irish Pub space right next to Oloroso […]

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Honest Tom’s in UCity Will Close and Become … A Mexican Restaurant

Last summer, Honest Tom’s Taco Shop proprietor Tom McCusker announced that his restaurant would transition to a completely plant-based menu. He also began selling hard-to-find tropical fruits […]

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June Was a Rough Month for Philly Restaurant Closings

Sometimes, restaurants close out of the blue — and sometimes, there’s a rhythm to these things, with a handful of concepts shutting down all at […]

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Urban Outfitters Is Closing Amis Early

Last month, we told you that Amis, the Marc Vetri-founded, Roman-inspired bar and restaurant, would be closing at the end of summer. Well, something changed, because […]

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The Rooster, CookNSolo’s Mission-Driven Restaurant, Is Closing

When Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook debuted the Rooster, then known as Rooster Soup Co., in 2017, they were doing something that hadn’t been done before: opening […]

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With Amis Closure, the Remains of the Vetri Family Empire Continue to Crumble

Amis Trattoria, the onetime Vetri Family restaurant with a freewheeling vibe and Roman-inspired menu, is closing at the end of the summer. The move is the latest in […]

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Meltkraft, Reading Terminal’s Grilled Cheese Stand, Will Close

Meltkraft, the grilled cheese stand and regional cheese shop in Reading Terminal Market owned by New Jersey-based Valley Shepherd Creamery, will close this summer. Carla […]

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Pineville Fishtown Has Closed After Eight Months in Business

Pineville Fishtown, the offshoot of Bucks County’s Pineville Tavern, has closed. Father-son owners Andrew and Drew Abruzzese opened the concept in an out-of-the-way property at Huntington […]

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University City’s Trolley Car Station Has Closed

Trolley Car Station, the bar and restaurant at SEPTA’s revamped 40th Street trolley portal, has closed after a little over seven months in business. The […]

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Kensington’s Saint Benjamin Brewing Company Will Close

Craft brewery and taproom Saint Benjamin Brewing Company will close next month. Founder and owner Tim Patton is in the process of selling the building at […]

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Drexel to Close EAT Café, Philly’s First Pay-What-You-Can Restaurant

EAT Café, the not-for-profit restaurant on the Drexel campus, will close after two and a half years of serving pay-what-you-can meals to the community. The restaurant […]

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Plenty Café to Close and Rebrand Its Queen Village Location

Plenty Café’s Queen Village outpost is getting a rebrand. The European-inspired all-day cafe will close after brunch service this Sunday, February 17th. Owners Anthony and […]