With stylized details to highlight the personality of the space (especially in the updated kitchen), this 1,400 sq. ft. house is a charmer. For $400,000, this Bella Vista home could be yours.
The location of the short-lived Cyber Crepe Cafe at 801 S. 3rd St. is now open as Queen Village Cafe.
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The launch of SEPTA Key, the token-less system that we’ve been anticipating for what seems like forever now, is almost here. Late-November is when Key is finally expected to launch.
In the meanwhile, SEPTA is adding some new payment options. “Quick Trips” is being introduced at three stations in South Philly to allow passengers to pay for a single trip ticket of $2.25 without needing to have exact change for the teller, instead this fare can now be paid with credit and debit cards.
Now in addition to getting brunch at both Noord and Lachman’s newest spot, The Dutch in Pennsport, you can now enjoy the Northern African and French-inspired cuisine for brunch at Neuf, located at 943 S. 9th St.
The team behind restaurants including Strangelove’s and Local 44 opened a new dining option called Coeur in September of 2015.
A year later, the Montreal-inspired spot at 824 S. 8th St. is closing its doors.
A restaurant called Royal Sushi & Izakaya has been in the works for years in Queen Village. This spring, an announcement was made that Stephen Simons and David Frank of Cantina, Triangle Tavern and other bars and restaurant, would finally be opening this Japanese restaurant, a collaboration with Masaharu and Jesse Ito from Haddonfield restaurant, Fuji.
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