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What's Happening in:  All over South Philly 

South Philly News Roundup

Progress in the 13/15 Neighborhood Bikeway Project has – surprise! – sparked outrage. As part of phase one, signage started going up.

“You’re changing residential streets to be bike lanes,” said Girard Estate resident Jody Della Barba, “without telling the neighbors.

“I feel like once I cross Washington Avenue,” said cyclist Kate Mundie, who lives in South Philly east of Broad, “there’s this level of anger that just comes out.”

Mark Dent has more on this story here.

Back to Jody Della Barba. She also been a part of that whole “Parking Down the Middle of Broad Street: Yay-or-Nay Fest 2017″. The former secretary of Frank Rizzo wants it to stay a parking lot. even though she lives at least six blocks away from the action.

Craig LaBan posted a great review of Brewery ARS. If you haven’t been there yet – make time this weekend. They make some great brews.

There was a changing of the guards at Brigantessa and Le Virtu. Chef Joe Cicala is out.

An Indonesian BYOB just opened up. It’s located where Sky Cafe used to be (I loved that place).

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What's Happening in:  West Passyunk 

Brewery ARS sets sights on December 17 opening

In just under two weeks, Brewery ARS will be opening its doors on West Passyunk Avenue.

When we first told you about the brewery a year ago, they had been aiming for a May opening in their location at 1927 W. Passyunk Ave. Permits and construction took longer and now Brewery ARS will be opening on Saturday, December 17. Continue Reading →

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What's Happening in:  Newbold :  Point Breeze :  West Passyunk 

‘South Philly, West of Broad St.’ named as one of the country’s great beer ‘hoods’

East Passyunk Avenue is well-known as a destination for high-quality foods, but is West Passyunk and the general area west of Broad Street becoming a beer lover’s destination?

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According to DRAFT Magazine, a publication dedicated to all things beer, “South Philly, West of Broad St.” is one of the country’s best “hoods” for quality beers.

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What's Happening in:  Newbold 

Brew pub planned for Newbold? That’d be the second brewery for West Passyunk area

A neighbor tipped us off to some construction activity on the 1900 block of Bancroft Street in Newbold, and he says it looks a whole lot like a brewery is setting up shop in there. That’s two for this part of town we’ve heard about in one month.

He said the property was under construction and he “noticed large steel vats/barrels inside as well as what looked to be a bar.”

Brew pub brewing?

Brew pub brewing?

A search of the PLCB liquor license database doesn’t turn up a liquor license application yet, but the permits pulled on the construction say “1st floor sit-down restaurant, 2nd floor artisan industrial.”

Sounds a lot like a brew pub.

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What's Happening in:  West Passyunk 

New West Passyunk brewery to operate ‘more like a small winery in France,’ aiming for May opening

Earlier this week we told you about a new brewery that would be joining the ranks of businesses popping up in West Passyunk.

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Photo of the location from the property’s real estate listing.

Brewery ARS has a lot of work to do before they’re operational in the location of a former auto repair shop at 1927-29 W. Passyunk Ave., but they’re hoping to open just 5 months from now in May.

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What's Happening in:  West Passyunk 

Artisan brewery to add to the influx of new businesses on West Passyunk Avenue

We’ve got some exciting news for the beer lovers of South Philly.

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Photo of the location from the property’s real estate listing.

Brewery ARS, a “small family of artisan brewers,” is setting up shop at 1927-29 W. Passyunk Ave., in a former auto repair shop location.

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