Another veteran bar and restaurant team has decided to take up shop in South Philly this week. Leigh Maida, Brendan Hartranft and Brendan Kelly, the group behind beer centric standouts Local 44 and Strangelove’s, have secured a lease for the former Mildred space at Eight and Christian streets.
If Kevin Sbraga were a scientific genius, he could try creating a formula to clone himself so that he could appear at all three of his restaurants — including Juniper Commons, which opened Dec. 8 at 521 S. Broad St. — at the same time.
Last Sunday, The New York Times named Philadelphia as the third most important destination in the world to visit this year, and it is the No. 1 place to visit in America.
Last week, Jeff Gordinier of The New York Times wrote a profile of chef Kevin Sbraga and his new restaurant Juniper Commons.
Last month, when I was reminiscing about restaurants I loved when I was a girl, I omitted a few that need a mention.
Chef Tom Harkins is a native 2-Streeter and Mummer who now calls South Jersey