It's open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, till 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.
The white-tablecloth Prime 505 steak house in Collingswood has closed. Next occupant of 505 Haddon Ave. will be Little Louie's BBQ, a 44-seater run by chef Gerald Dougherty, whose background includes the old Sheraton Rittenhouse, the Latham Hotel, the Moshulu, and Jonathan's American Grille. Dougherty says he'll serve barbecue from assorted regions, including Carolina, Memphis, Texas, and Kansas City, from his two smokers. Prime 505 owner Joe Tucker says he's concentrating on his nearby Joe Pesce and plans a restaurant in South Beach.
New owners are fixing to open a whiskey bar at the former Hot Potato Cafe in Fishtown. It's months out, pending permitting and build-out.
Brinn Sinnott, who lost his chef's job at Noble when Stephen Starr bought the place, has landed as sous chef at the Starr-owned Talula's Garden on Washington Square.
Trattoria Alla Costiera has ended a five-year run at Passyunk Avenue and Catharine Street.
Mugshots Coffeehouse has closed its Manayunk location and shortly will open a new stand at 1520 Cecil B. Moore Ave., just off Temple's campus.
Next week's Eat Along the Street (EATS) in Manayunk will be a street-food festival and celebrity-chef throwdown. Organizers Moon Krapugthong of Chabaa Thai and kitchen designer Judy Spielman have assembled an assortment of chefs and vendors, and funds will go to Thailand's Wat Bodd Voraditth orphanage. It will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Propper Bros., 115 Levering St. It's $35 for access to outdoor vendors plus two drink vouchers, and $75 for an all-access pass plus four drink vouchers. Info: www.eatsphilly.com.
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