Philadelphia, PA - Michael Schulson's upscale-casual restaurant, Prunella, is coming to the corner of Sansom and 13th Streets in Philadelphia. The interior is an upscale take on traditional pizza, featuring a marble-topped bar and lush greenery.
Prunella Restaurant in Philadelphia, Opening in Midtown Village
Guests can enjoy a drink at the stylish lounge or relax with a cocktail on the spacious terrace. The menu, designed by Culinary Director Ed Pinello, features seasonal ingredients and thoughtful cocktails. In addition, a full bar is available.
The new restaurant is The latest by Michael Schulson and the Schulson Collective. It will focus on American-style pizza - super-thin, crispy, and flavorful. Additionally, the restaurant will feature small plates, pasta, and a large bar, with lunch and dinner options to match. The new location is expected to open in the late summer or early fall of 2021.
Prunella will specialize in American-style pizza, a popular pizza style in Philadelphia. Besides pizza, the menu also features small plates, pasta, and a full bar. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner.
Located on the former site of the Zavino location at 13th and Sansom Streets. The menu will also include pasta and shareable plates as well as larger dishes. The emphasis on sustainability is important for this restaurant. Its location makes it an ideal spot for pre-concert dinners.
This newest addition to the neighborhood and the perfect date-night spot. With, Its lush greenery, beautiful wood floors, and decorative accents set against the white-washed brick wall will impart a light and airy ambiance with a relaxed neighborhood vibe.
The space is a big plus and is sure to attract a large crowd. Prunella will be open for dinner daily and on days with a pleasant forecast; the floor-to-ceiling windows will swing open to more café tables set for outdoor seating.
Located in Midtown Village on the corner of 13th, and Sansom (112 S. 13thStreet)
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