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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Bing Bing Dim Sum adds Happy Hour menu, delivery service

Bing Bing  Dim Sum opened earlier this year with much buzz surrounding the spot. Thanks to the fun atmosphere and their modern take on traditional Asian cuisine, the spot recently earned a two-bell review from Craig LaBan.

bing-bing-8To add to the appeal of the spot, they have just introduced a new happy hour menu and delivery service through Caviar.

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What's Happening in:  Queen Village 

Circles chef opening Thai taqueria at 429 South St. called Tuk Tuk Real

Chef Alex Boonphaya, the owner of the tasty Thai place Circles at 1516 Tasker St., is planning to open a Thai taco joint at 429 South St.

He’s partnering with his Mexican-born sous chef, Silvestre Rincon, to open Tuk Tuk Real, which will meld the cuisines from both countries. It’s going in the former spot of Paul’s Idaho Fries, a boardwalk-inspired french fry and funnel cake place.

Future home of Tuk Tuk Real at 429 South St.

Future home of Tuk Tuk Real at 429 South St. Image from Paul’s Facebook page.

Expect 45 seats for dine in, takeout and delivery for lunch, dinner and late night seven days a week. As for the name, here’s the explanation from a news release:

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Cafe called Dante opening in Metro Men’s former home at 1615 E. Passyunk Ave.

The former home of Metro Men’s shop at 1615 E. Passyunk Ave. was snapped up just after the clothing store moved to a bigger location just up the block in September. Because of city permits, we knew it was going to be some sort of “prepared foods” place, but almost six months later, we’ve finally figured out what’s happening there.

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A cafe called Dante, named after owner Pasquale DiGiulio’s son, is shooting to open in mid April, opening early for coffee (6:30 a.m., La Colombe) and serving a breakfast and lunch menu for most of the day. The menu will change midday, and food will be served until probably around 10 p.m., DiGiulio said.

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Get same-day wine and liquor delivery to your door. Yes, in Philadelphia

The online grocery delivery service Instacart, which launched last month in Philly, has gotten permission to also bring wine and liquor from state stores to its customers.

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It looks like it costs $8 for delivery, which is more than it would be for delivery from SuperFresh, Whole Foods or BJ’s, the other local stores the service uses. So that’s a pretty high bar for not wanting to go to the liquor store, and the selection somehow is worse than even a bad state store.

But hey, it’s still pretty cool.

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What's Happening in:  Lower Moyamensing 

First Pics: New Mexican restaurant opens at 12th and Snyder with late-night delivery

Taqueria La Mexicanita, a new Mexican takeout, is now open on the corner of 12th and Snyder, taking the place of the former Chinese restaurant.

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That is one glorious mustache

They opened just five days ago with the business already beginning to pick up, according to worker Mary Gordillo.

Taqueria La Mexicanita offers a wide variety of Mexican and Spanish foods. They are also open 7 days a week from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., and they also deliver.

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What's Happening in:  Bella Vista 

Holy crap. Paesano’s delivers?

Pasesano’s, the shop with the best sandwiches that have ever existed, now delivers, Foobooz reports. Maybe the neighborhood should go in on a bulk supply of Lipitor since the collective cholesterol around here is about to shoot through the roof.

Paesano's at 1017 S 9th St. Pic from Midtown Lunch

Paesano’s at 1017 S 9th St. Pic from Midtown Lunch

One issue is that the delivery area is a little small, only going as far south as Tasker, between 5th and 19th streets.

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