Philadelphia, PA - As a result of financial difficulties, the Musi BYOB in Philadelphia will be closing its doors for good in October. Having survived the pandemic, the restaurant was not a safe haven from rising food prices and inflation. Though it aimed to promote local and non-industrial producers, the restaurant found itself at the mercy of rising food costs.
Musi BYOB in Philadelphia Will Close for Good in October
Musi BYOB, located at 100 Morris Street in Pennsport, has been the subject of many recent news reports or rising food costs. It has won a prestigious Best New Restaurant award and was featured in The Philadelphia Caller as one of the Best Middle-eastern establishments in the city. The restaurant was the brainchild of Ari Miller, a former pop-up chef. He created a fusion menu with local ingredients and created a restaurant that felt like a home away from home. One of the pop-ups featured a pandemic cheesesteak, which received widespread media coverage.
Musi BYOB will officially close its doors on October 15. In the meantime, patrons can enjoy its Mediterranean cuisine, featuring char-grilled lamb, perfectly fried falafel, and more. The restaurant owners are excited about possibly reopening and look forward to joining the Collingswood community sometime in the near future.
About Musi BYOB Philadelphia - named after Chef Ari Miller, a well-known fishmonger in Tel Aviv, Musi happens to be pioneering relationship-built cooking, in which food becomes an expression associated with the people and community it feeds.
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