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Rumor Mill: Miss Lilia’s at 12th and Dickinson closing, to be reopened as a taqueria?

Want us to check in on a neighborhood rumor? Email us at punk@passyunkpost.com with the subject line Rumor Mill and we’ll see if we can get to the bottom of it.

Miss Lilia’s first opened at 12th and Dickinson in March of 2013 as a small general store, carrying a variety of items including organic groceries, but it looks like that hasn’t worked out so well.

 Photo from Miss Lilia's Facebook page

Photo from Miss Lilia’s Facebook page

Signs have recently been posted on the location about the general store closing, but it could be a sign of something new.

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What's Happening in:  Passyunk Square 

Miss Lilia’s General Store will be the organic grocer at 12th and Dickinson

12th and Dickinson

We were able to connect with Jessica Caldwell, who will be opening the shop at 12th and Dickinson we told you about last week. And the best part is that it’s going to be more than just an organic grocer.

The store will be named Miss Lilia’s General Store, after her 22-month-old daughter. Caldwell told us she plans to “take the corner grocery/convenience store to the next level” with a selection of quality produce with emphasis on local and organic, plus grocery products, fresh coffee, bakery items and deli meats & cheeses.

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What's Happening in:  Passyunk Square 

Organic grocery coming to 12th and Dickinson?

We’ve gotten word that an organic grocery store is coming to the acute corner of 12th and Dickinson that’s been vacant about a year.

It used to house a no-named coffee house that was known mostly for attracting any number of nationalities that watched soccer games on the projection screen. It was also the best damn $1.50 cappuccino that we ever had.

Future site of organic delectables

We don’t have too much information yet about the new spot, other than that the owner plans an organic grocer that will sell vegetables from nearby farms, according to the listing agent. Of course, there will be more than that, and we’ll let you know as soon as the owner gets back to us.

Meanwhile, all that sidewalk construction in front of the shop is another rain garden brought to you by the Philadelphia Water Department.

 

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