May 17, 2017
By Mary-Margaret Ewens | March 17, 2017 | Food & Drink
These are the new hot spots to make a reservation at come springtime.
Come springtime, Poi Dog will make the jump from food cart to a beautiful brick-and-mortar shop in Rittenhouse. Known for serving up the best in Hawaiian snacks around the city, you’ll want to try their signature poke bowls taking the city by storm. Pro tip: Order the pork belly adobo or the tofu poke for vegetarians. 100 1/2 S. 21st St.
Top Chef fans rejoice! Chef Sylva Senat, who appeared on the hit TV show, will now cook for Philadelphians, thanks to his French-inspired eatery opening in Midtown Village. 208 S. 13th St.
The hottest BYOB to open in Philly this spring, The Blue Duck brings classic comforts to Midtown Village with their already popular dishes like Sriracha buttermilk fried chicken, pork roll burgers, and a duck Benedict like you’ve never tried before. 212 S. 11th St., 267-686-4687
Argentinian hot spot Jezabel’s Café has been serving up the best of the best in Argentinian food for some time now. This spring, they'll be opening a sister location, Jezebel’s Studio. Named after the owner, the Studio will incorporate demonstrations and cooking classes, as well as serving those same delicious handmade cookies and coffee. 208 S. 45th St.
Best known for their addictive treats served inside the Reading Terminal Market, Beiler's Bakery will now get a storefront of their own. Perfect for that Instagram photo or for a midday pick-me-up, Beiler's donuts are clearly here to stay in the City of Brotherly Love. 3900 Chestnut St., 267-318-7480