Posted by Foobooz on December 4th, 2009
On Fridays we often step back in time and look at Philadelphia’s restaurant past. Today we look at one of the most popular restaurants in 1910 according to Rand, McNally & Co.’s handy guide to Philadelphia and environs, Soula’s Raths Kellar.
Sou fa’s Raths Kellar was the in the basement of the Betz Building, an ornate building at Broad and Chestnut that was demolished in 1926 to make way for One South Broad (The PNB Building). Check out some photographs of the building after the jump.
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