It appears that La Colombe Irish Coffees aren’t too far off for Graduate Hospital.
You may have noticed the orange-liquor license application at 19 Degrees Cafe on the corner of 19th and Christian. It’s about 90 days out, but the neighborhood cafe is preparing to introduce a full bar of wine, beer, and liquor to the coffee/pastry/breakfast/lunch operation.
With the booze, new menus will roll out to include more substantial lunch and dinner options and, in what may be the best news of all, six-packs will be available to take out, giving the ‘hood another option for beer on the run.
They don’t plan on doing any work to the interior, which is set up more like a deli than a cafe. So it remains to be seen where they’re going to put all these people they want to serve booze to. They said they did plan to add outside seating, though, so that’s something.
Zagat caught up with Joncarl Lachman last week to get some more details about Noord, the Northern European BYO coming to the fountain. Photo from Zagat’s blog Here are some highlights from Zagat’s nice Q&A (read the whole thing here):
Dew’s Deli, a Mediterranean-inspired deli/grocery/sandwich shop with some health-conscious sensibilities, opened a couple months ago at 1710 S. 10th St., across from Watkins Drinkery. 1710 S. 10th St. From the outside, the shop doesn’t seem to stand out much from
For this week’s SoPhilly Spotlight, we head to the gentrified Graduate Hospital neighborhood and this “gorgeous,gorgeous,gorgeous” 3-bedroom home with the mansard roof (thank you Wikipedia) at 2028 Kater St. It’s been on the market since October for $585,000. It’s got plenty of