For more than a century, it was the most renowned restaurant in Philadelphia: Old Original Bookbinder’s, which had started as an oyster house in 1893. With its American history-inspired décor and menu populated by East Coast seafood, it was perhaps the perfect encapsulation of Philadelphia culture. Nearly five years have passed since it shuttered, though the building’s recent acquisition by _Iron Chef_ champion and local culinary magnate Jose Garces has left locals wondering if a reimagining could be in the works. Meanwhile, a bounty of other restaurants carries on the tradition with seafood inspired by Philadelphia and cultures beyond.Read More
Report | 4 years ago
Food was OK. Service was so so. Not well managed. Is having start up problems.
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