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Mamma Maria Ristorante Closing?

Mamma Maria Ristorante is just weeks away from celebrating 25 years of hand rolled gnocchi and homemade Limoncello, but a recent real estate listing, sent to us from a reader, is bringing an end to an era.  1637-1639 E Passyunk Ave is now on the market.

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For a negotiable $3,000,000 you’ll get a first floor restaurant with 4 residential units at the “Best location on Hot trendy East Passyunk Avenue!”
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Norman Rockwell would be proud.




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Flavors On the Avenue Returns with One Huge Difference

Flavors on the Avenue returns for it’s 11th years with one huge change – this years event is moving from the big tent and into the street.

Flavors on the Avenue on East Passyunk Avenue - April 2017

“The past 11 years Flavors has been a neighborhood favorite and successful, so successful we could no longer accommodate all who wanted to participate. We outgrew the big tent! Making it a street festival allows for more people to attend while giving  exposure to the Avenue as a whole and all that we have to offer,” according to Pam Zenzola, Executive Director of EPABID.
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Broad Street Wendy’s Sign Goes Up

Last March we hoped it wouldn’t be, but it is. A Wendy’s is coming to Broad and Snyder and now have the signage to prove it. Reader Richard Everill III sent us this photo of the the sign going up.

Wendys at Broad and Snyder in South Philadelphia - photo by Richard Everill III for Passyunk Post

It was back in October 2015 when the then-mystery tenant was obtained. However, while folks were none-to-thrilled and shared their thoughts with us, at the  South Broad Street Neighborhood Association meeting on March 15, 2016, there wasn’t as much vocal objection as expected, according to SBSNA president, Peter Zutter. Continue Reading →

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