This liquor license was spotted by a loyal reader. Like that friendly neighborhood tipster, if you see something, say something – in an email to email@example.com.
It appears that the owners of the Boyler Room, the two-story bar at 328 South St., are making a move in Passyunk Square.
A liquor license has popped up in the window at 1134 Dickinson St., indicating that The Boyler Room is set to open a new bar in this corner property.
The bright orange placard states that it’s a double transfer — a new owner and a new location. The applicant, 328 South Street Enterprises Inc., is a reference to the address of the current bar.
We reached out to the folks at The Boyler Room for clarification — will they move that bar here? Are they planing another concept? Some third option we can’t think of? — but they didn’t get back to us immediately.
Currently, The Boyler Room on South Street offers a selection of 20 beers on tap. The food menu includes pretty typical bar fare. You can check out more about The Boyler Room on their website.
Although it’s hard to see inside of the building, it looks like a lot of work will need to be done before anything can open here. So it will be a while for sure.
In the meantime, we’ll keep our eyes peeled and be sure to update you as soon as we know more.
Meanwhile, the former Miss Lilia’s general store that’s basically next door at 1501 S. 12th St. is still vacant.