15 New Restaurants To Look Forward To In Philly In 2017

Rooster Soup Co., Cheu Noodle Bar Fishtown, Tria Wine Garden and more...

2017 is going to be another exciting year for Philadelphia’s dining scene, from openings of additional locations of popular restaurants (Cheu Noodle Bar, Tria and more!) to grand openings of hotly anticipated eateries.

In the coming months, the city will welcome everything from ramen shops and taquerias to a Hawaiian restaurant and a poutine spot.

Check out the restaurants we’re psyched to see in Philly this year.

Rooster Soup Co.

RoosterPhoto-780uwPhoto by Michael Persico

The CookNSolo restaurant group (Zahav, Federal Donuts, Dizengoff) has teamed up with Philadelphia's Broad Street Ministry to turn Federal Donuts’ unused chicken backs and bones into soul-warming broths at Rooster Soup Co. The laid-back all-day luncheonette — serving sandwiches, salads, entrees, cocktails, wine and beer alongside its namesake soup — will soon be open for lunch and dinner (8 a.m.-8 p.m.) on Sansom Street, with all profits benefiting Broad Street Hospitality Collaborative. Rooster Soup Co. is the first for-profit restaurant of its kind to donate 100% of its profits to a non-profit organization. Talk about a feel-good meal.

Rooster Soup Co.

When:Opening Monday, January 23
Where:1526 Sansom Street

www.roostersoupcompany.com

Cheu Noodle Bar - Fishtown

Cheu Noodle BarPhoto by C. Smyth for Visit Philadelphia

In 2017, Cheu Fishtown will arrive, twirling out bowls of noodles and other Asian-inspired snacks with style.

Cheu Noodle Bar - Fishtown

When:Winter 2017
Where:1420 Frankford Avenue

www.cheunoodlebar.com

Smoke's Poutinerie

Smoke’s Poutinerie plans to venture from its Quebec base to South Street, bringing along both classic and crazy versions of French Canada’s smothered specialty.

Smoke's Poutinerie

When:Winter 2017
Where:411-413 South Street

www.smokespoutinerie.com

Otis + Pickles Speakeasy

In deep South Philly, Otis & Pickles promises cocktails, beer and pickles in a speakeasy location.

Otis + Pickles Speakeasy

When:Winter 2017
Where:2500 S. 3rd Street

www.otisandpickles.com

Beiler’s Bakery - University City

University City students and residents, rejoice. This winter, Beiler’s Bakery opens its first Philly outpost outside of Reading Terminal Market. The University City menu consists of the same doughnuts that bring long lines to the Reading Terminal stand in addition to coffee, baked goods and possibly even ice cream.

Beiler’s Bakery - University City

When:February 28, 2017
Where:3900 Chestnut Street

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Chinatown Square Food Hall

Later this January, Chinatown will open its very own late-night food hall complete with more than a dozen vendors serving everything from poke and Thai rolled ice cream to bao and Mexican-Korean fusion fare.

Chinatown Square Food Hall

When:Winter 2017
Where:1016-18 Race Street

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The Blue Duck - Midtown Village

Northeast sensation The Blue Duck extends its comfort food brand to Midtown Village, adding a bar to the mix.

The Blue Duck - Midtown Village

When:Spring 2017
Where:212 S. 11th Street

www.blueduckphilly.com

Poi Dog Philly

Rittenhouse Square will soon host the non-mobile version of Poi Dog Philly, serving Hawaiian snacks such as pork belly adobo and spicy poke and Filipino desserts like bibingkas.

Poi Dog Philly

When:Spring 2017
Where:100 S. 21st Street

www.poidogphilly.com

Maison 208

Chef Sylva Senat — a contestant on the 14th season of Top Chef — turns his attention to French cuisine at Midtown Village’s forthcoming Maison 208.

Maison 208

When:Spring 2017
Where:208 S. 13th Street

www.maison208.com

Tria Wine Garden

TriaPhoto by C. Smyth for Visit Philadelphia

Joining a family of wine bars, Tria Wine Garden takes a cue from Philly's bountiful beer garden scene, serving wines, cheese and beer on an expanded patio in Center City West.

Tria Wine Garden

When:Spring 2017
Where:31 S. 18th Street

www.triaphilly.com

Yeeroh

An ode to the gyro (which is indeed pronounced yee-roh), this coming-soon South Street spot will serve casual Greek fare (think souvlaki and gyro sandwiches) in a Graduate Hospital storefront.

Yeeroh

When:Winter 2017
Where:1412 South Street

www.yeerohphilly.com

Buena Onda - Rittenhouse

With the first location in Fairmount going strong, Jose Garces' Buena Onda replicates the success with a second Baja fish taco joint in Rittenhouse Square.

Buena Onda - Rittenhouse

When:2017
Where:1835 Chestnut Street

www.buenaondatacos.com

Heart of Lebanon

Passyunk Avenue’s restaurant scene gets even more global with Heart of Lebanon, which plans to serve kebabs, dips and lamb shanks with a side of belly dancing.

Heart of Lebanon

When:Spring 2017
Where:1907 E. Passyunk Avenue

Keen

It’s been a long time coming, but 2017 will hopefully finally see the arrival of Keen. The homespun bistro will take over the space that once housed the legendary Astral Plane on Lombard Street.

Keen

When:Spring 2017
Where:1708 Lombard Street

Elwood

Johnny Brenda’s chef Adam Diltz goes BYOB with his forthcoming Elwood on Frankford Avenue, focusing on Mid-Atlantic regional cuisine.

Elwood

When:2017
Where:1007 Frankford Avenue

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