Philadelphia, PA - The Royal Boucherie in Old City is taking dining to the streets with its new French ‘Streetery’. The American-inspired brasserie from Chef Nicholas Elmi, will finally re-opening for an open-air dining experience in front of the restaurant on Friday, July 17 at 4 pm
Royal Boucherie French Streetery and Secret Garden
Diners can also take pleasure in cocktails, French wine, and Elmi’s signature dishes, including the Boucherie Burger, charcuterie boards, and a whole lot more, in the secret upstairs garden.
“The streetery is a great and safe way to utilize outdoor space around the restaurant,” said Elmi. “The concept of our new approach is inspired by outdoor dining in Europe, and we are excited to bring a flair of France to the streets of Old City and to serve our French signature dishes again while taking all necessary precautions.”
Royal Boucherie’s new opening hours will be Wednesday and Thursday from 4-9 pm, Friday as well as Saturday from 4-10 pm and Sunday from 10 am through 9 pm.
The streetery, in addition to the outdoor garden, will roughly hold 50 guests with socially distanced seating areas. Outdoor dining is weather dependent. No guests are going to be permitted to dine inside the restaurant.
The restaurant is also offering delivery and to-go services through DoorDash. Guests can order take-out via phone and will have the option to add cocktails or wine to-go.
Royal Boucherie is a small French-inspired American brasserie featuring a raw bar and charcuterie from Chef Nick Elmi. 52 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
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