PhillyBite Main Line OpeningsMain Line Philadelphia - what’s new in the Philadelphia's Main Line  food scene? keeping up with Main Line food scene by knowing what’s new is not so easy — which is why we created this essential list of the most noteworthy restaurant openings all-around the Philadelphia region. PhillyBite will update the list every week, keeping the most recent openings at the very top of the page.


Photo: Weavers Way's Farm Market Roxborough

Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite Farmers Markerts - Weavers Way's farm market is open for the 2018 season at Saul High School in Philadelphia's Roxborough neighborhood. The market, which features produce grown at Saul's Henry Got Crops Farm by the Co-op's farmers, is at 7095 Henry Ave. and is open Tuesdays and Fridays from noon to 7 p.m., through November.


Review of Philly's Malbec Argentine Steakhouse

(Philadelphia, Feb 14, 2016) - Argentinean cuisine has come back to Philly with the opening of Malbec Argentine Steakhouse, in Old City just block from 2nd and South Street. The restaurant is located at 400 S. 2nd Street and has replaced the former space once ocupied by The Artful Dodger". Malbec  orders up South American grilled meats—short ribs, chorizo, blood sausage and steaks,-well as versions of Italian/Argentine dishes like ravioli and cannoliniPhiladelphia, PA - Argentinean cuisine has come back to Philly with the opening of Malbec Argentine Steakhouse, in Old City just block from 2nd and South Street. The restaurant is located at 400 S. 2nd Street and has replaced the former space once ocupied by The Artful Dodger". Malbec  orders up South American grilled meats—short ribs, chorizo, blood sausage and steaks,-well as versions of Italian/Argentine dishes like ravioli and cannolini

East Passyunk’s Flavors on the Avenue

Flavors on the Avenue is inspired by East Passyunk’s former Flavors fundraiser held under a tent each year. After eleven years, many of which sold out, the event goes from under the tent and into the street. Capacity expands from 1,000 guests to thousands. The tent is gone and the event goes from a parking lot to five blocks. Instead of food and drink, the event now includes family activities, music and retail sidewalk sales.Philadelphia, PA - East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District presents Flavors on the Avenue street festival on Sunday, April 29, 2018, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. The city’s first big restaurant festival of the spring will feature five blocks of street food, seasonal sips, craft beer, live music, sidewalk sales and free family fun – from Broad to Dickinson streets.

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