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Luke Palladino files for bankruptcy. What’s next for Palladino’s on Passyunk?

Earlier this summer Luke Palladino announced that renovations would be coming to his East Passyunk Avenue restaurant, with a planned reopening date of September 9. What Palladino didn’t say was that the reason for the closure was due to back rent, leading to him being sued by the building’s landlord.

Palladino's is ready go to. (Photo: Nick Valinote)

(Photo: Nick Valinote)

Last week the chef filed for personal bankruptcy.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Palladino’s closed through September for renovation

UPDATE: There’s more than renovations happening at Palladino’s. According to Philly Mag, the closure is due to landlord/tenant issues. Luke Palladino is being sued for claims that he “hasn’t paid rent on the restaurant since March and owes the landlord more than $25,000.”

Palladino’s opened its doors in December of 2014, bringing Northern Italian dining from Luke Palladino to 1934 E. Passyunk Ave.

Palladino's is ready go to. (Photo: Nick Valinote)

(Photo: Nick Valinote)

The East Passyunk Avenue dining spot is now planning a renovation to make the restaurant “more of a community gathering place.”

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Palladino’s introduces happy hour menu

Palladino’s opened at 1934 E. Passyunk Ave. in December and became another instant hit in the neighborhood. The spot has since received a 3 bell review from Craig LaBan.

Palladino's is ready go to. (Photo: Nick Valinote)

Palladino’s is ready go to. (Photo: Nick Valinote)

Now that they’ve been open for about six months, they are now launching a happy hour menu with food and drink specials.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Palladino’s receives 3 bell review from LaBan

Palladino’s opened in December, serving up Northern Italian cuisine at at 1934 E. Passyunk Ave.

Palladino's is ready go to. (Photo: Nick Valinote)

(Photo: Nick Valinote)

From the start, this restaurant was a highly anticipated addition to the restaurant scene on East Passyunk Avenue. Now that they’ve been open for a few months, Craig LaBan, The Inquirer’s restaurant critic, has had his say on the restaurant.

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Palladino’s officially opens tomorrow, here’s the menu

Palladino’s, the much-anticipated new restaurant at 1934 E. Passyunk Ave., officially opens its doors tomorrow for dinner service.

Palladino's is ready go to. (Photo: Nick Valinote)

Palladino’s is ready go to. (Photo: Nick Valinote)

While you’ve probably seen the black and white striped rebirth of the former Colombo’s space take form over the past few months, we now know what the menu has in store as well as some pictures inside the restaurant located at the gateway of E. Passyunk Ave.

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Palladino’s sets opening date, now accepting reservations

Palladino’s, an 80-seat upscale Italian steakhouse at the gateway of E. Passyunk Ave, will officially open for dinner service on Dec. 18, the restaurant announced on Twitter.

We time we checked in with Palladino’s, the restaurant was shooting to open sometime in November at the former Colombo’s space at 1934 E. Passyunk Ave. Crews are on the scene installing the black and white paneling in preparation for opening night.

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