Fishtown’s Wm.Mulherin's Sons throws down the pizza gauntlet with gorgeously charred pies. Pitruco-trained chefs whip up a double Margherita with Burrata and bufala mozzarella, plus goodies like the Philly-centric “Spicy Jawn,” with pepperoni, sharp provolone, long hots and coppa.
Wm. Mulherin’s Sons is a rustic Italian-influenced neighborhood joint, with a focus on pizza and other wood-fired fare. With a seasonally driven menu and casual but sophisticated atmosphere, emphasizing the smokiness and char that true wood-fired cooking makes possible. Simply put: urban, wood-fired Italian.
Wm. Mulherin’s Sons started with the discovery of a derelict, abandoned 100-year old whiskey blending and bottling facility on the S. E. Corner of Front and Master St. The building was constructed in 1890 and has been converted into a restaurant and boutique hotel serving urban, wood-fired Italian by Chef Chris Painter.