Two Philly Restaurants Opening During The Pandemic

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Two Philly Restaurants Opening During The Pandemic

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Philadelphia, PAPhilly Openings During Covid-19 - Two new restaurant concepts are opening during the COVID-19 Pandemic this September. As Philadelphia restaurants prepare to re-open with limited seating, Drifter's Philly, a virtual kitchen concept offering "feel good Food" and Steak 48 a high-end steakhouse will dare to open their doors during troubling times for the restaurant industry.

New Philly Restaurants Opening Despite The Pandemic

Philadelphia will see two new Restaurant Opening this September with Steak 48 Philadelphia opening in Midtown Village on Sept 15th and Drifters Philly on September 18th in a virtual kitchen near Templeton.

Drifter's Of Sea Isle City is Opening a Second Location in PhiladelphiaDrifter's Feel Good Food is Coming to Philly - Dining out will probably never be the same post-pandemic; however, instead of focusing on the negative, Drifters Feel Good Food has found a way to feel good about the situation. 

Drifters Feel Good Food announces the grand opening of Drifters Philly, which will be a delivery and catering restaurant servicing Center City, Northern Liberties, Fishtown, Temple University, and the surrounding areas. Featuring their eclectic menu of gourmet sliders, fresh-cut fries, chicken tenders, and funnel cakes, drifters has something for everyone

Steak 48 Philadelphia in Center City, located at 260 South Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19102 (Broad St. and Spruce) Phone: (215)-552-4848Steak 48 Upscale Steakhouse in Center City Philadelphia - Steak 48 Philadelphia, the high-end steakhouse from restaurant veterans and brothers Jeffrey and Michael Mastro, along with their partner Scott Trolio - will formally open its doors in Philadelphia on September 15, 2020.

Steak 48 brings to Philly a unique approach to contemporary steakhouse dining along with a menu featuring the best in steak & seafood along with traditional steakhouse favorites. Steak 48 breaks from your standard steakhouse dining experience, with a carefully curated approach to dining intended to surpass guest expectations.

Hopefully, both will do well amidst these troubling times and this becomes a good sign of things to come for the region's dining establishments and its return to normal.

William ZimmermanBill Zimmerman
Publisher / Webmaster at Philly Bite Magazine.


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