Philadelphia, PA -Branzino Italian Ristorante, the well-known Rittenhouse Italian BYOB is coming back, it's completely remodeled and restyled, after a fire and smoke damage forced the establishment to close a few years back.
Luan Tota, proprietor and founder of Branzino is particularly pleased with restaurants brand new design that includes customized floor-to-ceiling windows along 17th Street, permitting the seating area to pour out onto the street, along with a new vibrant and contemporary color design, exposed walls adding a light and airy vibe, and an welcoming back patio.
The most stunning feature of the new Branzino is the magnificent circular bar prevailing over the trendy dining space. Tota is presently working to secure a liquor license, so for now, the eatery continues to be BYOB. Though consumers can look forward to a new, modern bar in the a few months.
“I’m just glad to be back and so happy to be able to share an all-new Branzino with Philadelphia,” Tota said.
An comprehensive classic Italian menu features favorites such as Filet Carpaccio, Char Grilled Octopus, Suckling Pig, Risotto con Fungi, smoked eggplant puree, spicy lamb sausage, Orecchiette and of course Branzino with roasted asparagus and lemon caper beurre blanc.
The dining establishment is at this time open for dinner with lunch service upcoming. located at: 261 S 17th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103.