Tria brings its bubbles and bites to Fitler Square.
Tria’s famed cheese menus, organized into categories like Luscious, Stoic, and Racy, will remain a staple at its new location.
Jon Myerow and Michael McCaulley are slowly taking over the city with their Tria enterprise. Already a Philly staple, with cafés in Center City East and Rittenhouse Square, plus the newer Tria Taproom on Walnut Street, the brand is best known as the ultimate wine bar—with a curated selection of wine, beer, cheeses, and tapas. And now, Fitler Square can relish in the café’s truffled egg toast and pistachio herbed ricotta bruschetta when Myerow and McCaulley open their newest location at the previous home of Dmitri’s, at 23rd and Pine Streets, this March.
The café will feature an expanded menu brimming with heartier items made specially by in-house Executive Chef Karen Nicolas in its full kitchen—a first for any of the Tria spots. Using this expanded space, the kitchen will churn out new items—as opposed to the smaller plates Tria-goers are used to—while still staying in sync with the brand’s seasonal menu. Food aside, the main highlight will remain the wine and beer. Lists change daily, but Fitler Square diners will find the same wide selection of whites, reds, bubbly, and crafts. That is something we can all say cheers to. 2227 Pine St., 215-867-8181