The Starr Restaurant Organization is opening temporary pop-up restaurants in Philadelphia to work with different chefs and explore new concepts. The company is using the space of its former Washington Square restaurant, usually used for special events, to open three-day restaurants complete with appropriate decor, landscaping and special beer, wine and cocktail lists as well as à la carte menus. “We’re really not making any money, we’ll probably end up losing a ...
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