Philly foodies delight! A massive new food and drink hall has opened its door in Brewerytown and features seven restaurants in one spot. The space is nearly 9,500 square feet and is the first of its kind in the area.
“When we found the space, there was a lot of infrastructure already because it had been a previous restaurant, so it was really appealing to us,” Derek Gibbons, co-owner of Brewerytown Food Hall, told CBS news. “Being that Brewerytown is a bit of a food desert, we wanted to bring multiple different cuisines into the neighborhood and kind of create this gathering space for the community because there’s really not much here right now.”
The opening of the food hall is exciting for the city. In addition to the seven restaurants under one roof, it will also feature live music, three main bars, and a lounge area. The space can hold roughly around 300 patrons it its main dining room and also has a designated 40-person area for those looking to have a private event.
For now the food hall will be open for dinner, happy hour, and weekend brunch. Opening hours will be Monday to Friday, from 4 to 10 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., with weekend brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. As the spring and summer seasons roll in patrons can expect to see an expansion in hours as well as outdoor dining on the adjacent patio.
The Brewerytown Food Hall will feature the following seven restaurants:
- Figo Ristorante
- Figo Pizzeria
- Izakaya by Yanaga
- 1225 Raw
- Leda’s Cocktail Lounge,
- Hunnies Crispy Chicken
- Tiny’s Burger Joint
So if you’re indecisive about what. you’d like to eat here’s a new place for you to delight your tastebuds in multiple flavors to savor!
Where: 1363 N. 31st St