James Opens with a Party

The restaurant is named after James Logan, the Irish-born colonial American statesman who served as the fourteenth Mayor of Philadelphia.

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James, a new eatery at 1835 Arch Street, celebrated its opening with a party last Wednesday with friends and family. The restaurant is named after James Logan, the Irish-born colonial American statesman who served as the fourteenth mayor of Philadelphia. James serves a modern American cuisine including dishes such as steak, lamb, double cut pork chop, and lobster ravioli. There’s a separate bar menu as well, which serves food until midnight and includes favorites BBQ beef shortrib tacos and The James Burger. Chef Michael Suminski, formerly of Mac’s Tavern, runs the kitchen. James owners Eric Vesotsky, Ben Haney, and Ronald Donatucci Jr. are also part owners of Mac’s Tavern.


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HughE Dillon covers parties, events and more for Philadelphia magazine’s The Scene. You can follow him on Twitter at @iPhillyChitChat and visit his daily online social diary PhillyChitChat.com.


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