Posted by Foobooz on October 22nd, 2009
A.D. Amorosi says Katie Cavuto‘s Healthy Bites will be filling out the rest of the Chef’s Market/Capogiro space on South Street as theÂ next Food Network Star contestant gets her own store. [City Paper]
Chew Man Chu is getting set to open at the base of the Symphony House. Michael Klein has the rundown on “effervescent” chefÂ Tyson Wong Ophaso. [The Insider]
Masaharu Morimoto is planning a series of yakitori-based quick service restaurants in American airports. Skewers will be the name.
Whipped Bakeshop has opened on Belgrade Street in Fishtown. It’s part workshop and bake shop with coffee and cupcakes. [Meal Ticket]
Tavolo is the second restaurant for Warminster chef Augusto Jalon. This one will be in Huntindon Valley. [Philadelphia Inquirer]
There’s no stopping the Tiffin juggernaut. In addition to the announced Elkins Park )11/2 opening) and Wynnewood (2010)
Pico de Gallo’s Baja Room is open across from the original Pico de Gallo at 15th and South. [Meal Ticket]
Le Bec-Fin has a new pastry chef. Cedric Barberet who worked previously at Las Vegas’ M Resort and was Executive Pastry Chef at Donald Trump’s private club, Mar A Lago in Plam Beach.
Coquette is closed and is facing a sheriff’s sale. Cary Neff says he’s re-conceptualizing and will reopen. [The Insider]
Swan song accolades for ROOT liqueur in the final edition of Gourmet. Nicholas Jarrett of APO Bar+Lounge also gets a shout out. [PDF]
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