No more Nebbiolo, for now.
The case may be far along in the agency's system.
The SLA says it has to do with something called "interlocking interest."
This latest interruption in service is the third time in a year the restaurant's gone dark.
The previous closing was said to be temporary, but who knows if it will reopen after going dark a second time?
The booze started flowing on Friday.
Plus: The local food movement is the U.S. is a multibillion dollar industry; and Colonel Sanders dug "real old-time country and farm cooking," all in our morning news roundup.
Seems not everyone in South Philly opposes the plan.
The Percy Street crew will bring smoked meat sandwiches uptown, while Bindi's owners reconceptualize.
Half-off beers on the Upper West Side this weekend.
The Long Island City destination diner taps a Dutch Kills bartender.
The chef and owner of Conshohocken's Blackfih is gearing up to open a restaurant in Chestnut Hill.
The liquor license at Marcus Samuelsson's buzzy new restaurant is pending.
But you'll still have to wait a few months for a liquor license.
Garces Trading Co.'s liquor license has been secured and will be in play begining tonight.
Stollenwerk bought the liquor license, but what;'s in store for Warsaw Cafe remains a mystery.
Plus Green Eggs Cafe's new location will have a takout counter, and OFC Realty is becoming OFC Cafe, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
There's no definitive reason given for the restaurant's closing.