Philadelphia, PA - On, May 18 and 19, supporters and good friends will get together a The London Grill for one last London Burger, one more order of Fish and Chips, and one last toast to the London Grill, a treasured Philly eatery on the corner of 23rd and Fairmount Streets. Celebrate favorite memories with proprietors Terry Berch and Michael McNally, who established the London Grill as a cornerstone of the community for the last 28 years.
This Saturday, May 18 from 10 a.m. up until 2 a.m., the eatery will open its doors for its last full service, offering favorites from the menus including Chef Michael's famous duck dishes. Then, on Sunday, May 19 starting at 2 p.m., customers are invited to a cash-only party at the bar, along with rare beers including Pliny, the Elder; Willie Sutton Lager, London's house beer; and even more. Count on complimentary appetizers and fun surprises.
London Grill's fantastic run is a rarity among Philadelphia restaurants: they have remained dedicated to their mission of providing craft beer, wine, and cocktails along with a comforting menu of pub fare and lively events. Including the restaurants famous Bastille Day Block Party (that grew into the city's most significant Bastille celebration.) and let us not forget the cherished family traditions such as Chef Michael's yearly Passover Seder as well as Thanksgiving Feast. The final send-off will be a celebration of the past; with everybody is looking forward to celebrating one more time with friends and family in at the grill.