Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Museum of Art has announced it will be re-opening its restaurant Stir, lead by Executive Chef Mark Tropea.
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As part of the reopening, Stir will be debuting their new menu, featuring ingredients from farms around the Greater Philadelphia region. The reopening will be on September 18 for walk-ins, and reservations will begin on September 23, 2021, more upscale dining experience while highlighting seasonal and local food sources.
The restaurant functions as a culinary destination for museumgoers to enjoy a fine meal in a beautiful contemporary setting. The main dining room seats around 76 guests in a warm, intimate, and inviting space.
"Whether for brunch or lunch, we are excited to once again welcome guests to enjoy our locally sourced dishes as part of a rounded museum experience," said Executive Chef Mark Tropea. "I'm looking forward to showcasing some of the region's finest ingredients to the global audience that the museum attracts every day."
The new menu at Stir includes new plates such as the Herb Roasted Jail Island Salmon and Herb Roasted Jail Island Salmon Fig and Serrano Ham Toast, and an artisan Quiche.
While some of the restaurants' favorite items still remain, excluding the Parsnip and Pear Soup, the crowd-favorite Farm Stand Burger made with Cheddar, and the Stir Chopped Salad.
Stir's beverage menu features various signature mixed drinks, bottles and glass wines, and a refreshing selection of local beers.
Stir is open for lunch Tuesday through Saturday, from 11:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., and will offer a brunch on Sunday from 11:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Reservations will start on September 23, 2021, by calling 215-684-7990.
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