Co-owners/chefs Tim Lanza and Andrew Kochan (Photo: Marigold)

Philadelphia, PAMarigold Kitchen Will Close it Door - Marigold Kitchen, the famed West Philadelphia BYOB eatery, will close its doors on January 31. Due to financial issues coming from the failure of its business partners TALK, the former Rittenhouse eatery which opened at 2121 Walnut St. and closed its doors within five month.


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PhillyBite Aldi StoresVoorhees, NJ—ALDI held a ribbon-cutting event on July 12th at 9am to open their newest store, located in Camden County New Jersey.  This location marks ALDI‘s 100th store in their Division for New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware areas.


Philly Flavors Closed all Four Philadelphia Locations

Philadelphia, PAPhilly Flavors Closed all Four Philadelphia Locations - Philly Flavors Closed all Four Philadelphia Locations. Yelp has reported that all four Philly Flavors locations have closed including their Fairmount Ave, South 19th Street, South 13th Street, and East Passyunk Ave locations.


The Little Lion Will Be Closed For Several Months After Four-Alarm Fire

PhillyBite Little Lion FirePhiladelphia, PA - Following a fire that destroyed a building at 239 Chestnut Street and affected several neighboring bars and restaurants. The Little Lion at 243 Chestnut Street, one of those effected announced it will be closed for 2 months after extensive damage to the restaurant.

Jezabel's Café in Fitler Square to Close

Business Growth Prompts Jezabel's Café Relocation Philadelphia, PA - Jezebel's Cafe a contemporary manifestation of Northwestern Argentine cultures, operated by Chef and Designer Jezabel Careaga, is closing the doors on its first locality in the Fitler Square location and moving to a space located adjacent to Jezebel's Studio located in West Philadelphia.


Tria Cafe Fitler Square Closing

PhillyBite10Philadelphia, PA - Since opening their first wine, cheese and beer cafe in 2004, Tria has consistently earned critical acclaim and amassed a wealth of loyal fans. They have been cited on Philadelphia magazine’s “Best of Philly” lists nearly a dozen times, and Wine Director Michael “The Curator” McCaulley has been a James Beard Award semifinalist for his outstanding wine program four times. Bon Appetit named Tria one of the “Hot 10” wine bars in the country, while Food & Wine cited them among “America’s 50 Most Amazing Wine Experiences.”

Capogiro Closing All Locations After 16 Years (Photo: Capogiro)

Philadelphia, PACapogiro Closing All Locations After 16 Years - After 16 Years, Capogiro the native gelateria, will close all of its stores, stopping all operations immediately after this weekend. Italian-style frozen dessert gelateria which once attained worldwide recognition has recently announced it's going to end operations on Sunday, December 9th — almost 16 years after first opening its doors in Old City.

Ruby Tuesday to Close 95 Underperforming Restaurants

Ruby Tuesday, Inc. (NYSE: RT) today announced fourth quarter and fiscal year 2016 financial results for the periods ended May 31, 2016 and provided a fiscal year 2017 outlook. The Company also announced plans to streamline the organization, improve financial profitability, and create long-term value for shareholders through its Fresh Start initiative.Ruby Tuesday, Inc. (NYSE: RT) today announced fourth quarter and fiscal year 2016 financial results for the periods ended May 31, 2016 and provided a fiscal year 2017 outlook. The Company also announced plans to streamline the organization, improve financial profitability, and create long-term value for shareholders through its Fresh Start initiative.

Cristina Martinez Closes El Compadre (Photo: Facebook)

Philadelphia, PA - The Queen of Barbacoa, Cristina Martinez and her husband Ben Miller have recently closed up El Compadre, their son’s Italian Market torta restaurant. The couple had taken over the restaurant shortly after Isaías Berriozabal-Martinez, Cristina's son, passed away suddenly, in 2017.


Philly: The Farm and the Fisherman at the end of May

The chef behind farm-to-table concept The Farm and Fisherman has decided to close the doors to focus on expansion. Drexel University grad and Conshohocken-born Chef Josh Lawler will be closing The Farm and the Fisherman at the end of May reports Eater Philadelphia, five years after he opened it with wife Colleen, who is also a chef.

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