New Restaurants in Philly

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With all the drama surrounding Rat-infested local eatery, Green Eggs, and a lot of restaurants closing…. I figured that I’d help focus on your eyes on something new.
here’s a complete list of all the BRAND NEW restaurants in Philadelphia.
Agno Grill – Mediterranean grill for Chestnut Street.
Animo Juice – Haddonfield’s Animo comes to Center City.
Avenue Delicatessen – A Jewish/Italian deli in Lansdowne.
Boot & Saddle Bar – Avram Hornik has a applied for a liquor license at the old Boot & Saddle.
Border Springs Lamb Farm – All-lamb deli, selling their own lamb cuts and lamb dishes opening in the Reading Terminal.
Cafe L’Aube – Rittenhouse – The third Cafe L’Aube is at Rittenhouse Square.
Devon & Blakely – Upscale sandwich/salad spot replacing Pikkles Plus at 18th and Market.
Garage – Jason Evenchik wants to open a bar that brings in food trucks to serve the hungry masses.
Hummus Grill – Center City – Best of Philly winning Hummus comes to Center City.
Jerry’s Bar – Marshall Green will be in the kitchen at the recently rebuilt Jerry’s Bar.
Kermit’s Bake Shop – Adam Ritter opens a pizza shop and bakery at 22nd and Washington.
Lil’ Pop Shop – South Street – Second location for our local popsicle spot.
Mugshot Diner – An offshoot of the Mount Holly, New Jersey diner, this location is at the base of the 2424 Studios.
Noord – Joncarl Lachman of Chicago’s Home Bistro is looking to open a Dutch eatery.
Pinkberry – Bryn Mawr – First area Pinkberry lands in Bryn Mawr.
Plenty – Rittenhouse – Passyunk’s sandwich and coffee shop is coming to Rittenhouse Square.
Rybread in Brewerytown – Rybread opening a Rybread with beer on Girard Avenue.
Serpico – 52-seat open kitchen restaurant
Spread Bake Shop – Fresh baked muffins, biscotti, scones and pies from the same people who gave you Spread Bagelry.
Sweetbox – The Vendy Award winning cupcake truck gets a storefront.
Talula’s Daily – Imagine the market portion of Talula’s Table with an urban kick.
Tango – Ken Poon opens a froyo, Korean Fried Chicken and noodle spot in Chinatown.
Taqueria Feliz – Jose Garces alums Tim Spinner and Brian Sirhal are opening their third spot, this one in Manayunk.
Tiffin Bistro – Tiffin and Tashan owner Munish Narula has another concept up his sleeve.
Zoes Kitchen – Main Line – Fast-casual Mediterranean.
Butttttt, I ate at Pennsylvania 6 a few weeks ago, and it was absolutely amazing.  It’s owned by the same people that own Field House, and it is honestly one of the best dinners I’ve had in a long time.  The everything is perfection.  So try that one out too!
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