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W/N W/N Is Back in Action. Here’s What You Need to Know

Back in April, we told you that the longtime owners of W/N W/N Coffee Bar, the ahead-of-its-time cooperatively owned cafe in Callowhill, was being sold to […]

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Little Sister, an Italian Restaurant by the Kensington Quarters Crew, Is Coming to Spring Arts

Michael and Jeniphur Pasquarello of 13th Street Kitchens (Kensington Quarters, Prohibition Taproom, the Cafe Lifts) had their third child nine months ago. Her name is Ever Paloma, […]

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Philly’s First Vietnamese Coffee Roaster Is Popping Up in Spring Arts

Philly just got its first (and only) Vietnamese coffee roaster — and you can taste their brews at a pop-up cafe at 6th and Spring Garden for […]

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New Restaurant and Bar to Open Next Door to Union Transfer

Restaurateurs Michael and Jeniphur Pasquarello are on fire. Joining their 13th Street Kitchens restaurant group — which includes three concepts on North 13th Street (Cafe Lift, Prohibition Taproom […]

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The Trestle Inn’s New Outdoor Lounge Brings Palm Springs Vibes to the Rail Park

With the long-awaited Rail Park open as of last month, it was only a matter of time before al fresco drinking establishments started popped up nearby, mushroom-like, to quench […]

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Love City Brewing Is Now Open in Spring Arts

Love City Brewing, the latest addition to Arts + Crafts Holdings’ Spring Arts district, debuts this afternoon at 1023 Hamilton Street. The brewery and tasting room, located […]

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BBQ Restaurant Opening in Spring Arts District

By this time next year, Chad Rosenthal’s Ambler BBQ haven The Lucky Well will have a second location in the newly-branded Spring Arts district, at […]

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Roy-Pitz Barrel House Now Open in Spring Arts

Roy-Pitz Barrel House, the Philly outpost of the central Pennsylvania’s Roy-Pitz Brewing Company, opened at 990 Spring Garden yesterday.

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Is “Spring Arts” the Next Midtown Village?

That the viaduct rail park is actually becoming a thing is, well, dumb luck. In 2015, when developers Aaron Cohen and Craig Grossman set their […]