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What's Happening in:  Bella Vista 

Paloma Mexican Haute Cuisine to close on December 22

For about six years, Paloma Mexican Haute Cuisine has called Bella Vista its home. The French-inspired Mexican restaurant from owners Adán and Barb Cohan-Saavedra has been in business for even longer, totaling about 17 years.

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Due to a number of reasons, Paloma will be closing for good at 763 S. 8th St. on December 22.

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What's Happening in:  Bella Vista 

Third generation D’Angelo Bros. meat shop expected to close at the end of the month

Since 1910, D’Angelo’s Bros. Specialty Meat shop has been an Italian Market fixture. With no successor in line to take over the business for 67-year-old Sonny D’Angelo, it is time to say goodbye to the long-standing business.

Starting off a week of neon signs from the Italian Market with D’Angelo Brothers.

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The third generation shop at 909 S. 9th St. is expected to close at the end of this month.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Fabric Horse to close storefront later this month

It has been five years now that Fabric Horse has called East Passyunk Avenue its home. The retail store featuring handmade bags, utility belts and more won’t be around to celebrate the 6th anniversary of this location in the spring. Instead, owner Carrie Collins will be closing the shop to focus on different aspects of the business.

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The last day of Fabric Horse at 1737 E. Passyunk Ave. is on Saturday, October 22.

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What's Happening in:  West Passyunk 

93-year-old Texas Wieners hot dog shop has closed, should reopen after building sale

A long-standing Snyder Avenue business has closed – but not for good.


The building housing Texas Wieners at 1426 Snyder Ave. is being sold, closing the 93-year-old business until further notice.

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