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Zillow predicts Point Breeze and ‘Greenwich’ to be Philly’s new hottest neighborhoods

Is Point Breeze going to be Philly’s new hottest neighborhood? Zillow says yes.

Point Breeze pic (anyone know the street?) from ilovebricks.

With increased development, some new restaurants popping up and more progress, Zillow is predicting that the area could be a new destination neighborhood. Also on the list is “Greenwich,” which is Zillow’s name for the area between 9th and 4th Streets and Mifflin and Snyder.

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Mattei Family Pizza to open soon on Point Breeze Avenue

To add to new Point Breeze food options like On Point and Burg’s, a pizzeria will be opening in the next few weeks, serving wood-fired, brick oven pizza.

I guess it’s official! Thanks Sign Boy!

A photo posted by Mariano Mattei (@marianom215) on

The family-owned restaurant called Mattei Family Pizza is coming soon to 1260 Point Breeze Ave. Continue Reading →

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Rowhouse Grocery launches Kickstarter to raise money for locally-owned Point Breeze food market

In the spring we told you about a locally-owned grocery that would be opening across from the Abbott’s Alderney Dairy at 1713 McKean St.

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The building for that market, to be called Rowhouse Grocery, is currently under construction. To make this community grocery store a reality, the the team behind Rowhouse Grocery has taken to Kickstarter to help raise money for some of the necessary equipment for this new business.

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Kermit’s Bake Shoppe calls it quits on Washington Avenue

On Friday, November 25, Kermit’s Bake Shoppe posted a short and not-so-sweet message on Facebook about the Washington Avenue business closing.

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The “love child of a bakery and a pizzeria” that transformed the location at 2204 Washington Ave. has permanently closed after three years in business.

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