Yardley Restaurant Group Expands its Empire With New Seafood Concept

Calhoun’s River Deck and Raw Bar will take over the former site of the Morrisville Water Works, offering its diners commanding views of Delaware’s waterfront.
The additional locations, both of which are slated to open this summer, will take up residence in the UPenn and Gayborhood communities.
As owner and operator of both The Millworks and Watershed Pub, Kesler is set to expand his Harrisburg restaurant empire with the beloved establishment.
Come September, the six-year-old upscale dining experience that until now operated out of a former hotdog stand will have a kitchen and an ambiance to match its elevated cuisine.
The Philadelphia-based stir-fry and salad concept recently signed a lease for a 2,500-square-foot space in Lincoln Plaza, after announcing it was in negotiations last year.
While the third location will be in Mt. Laurel, folks can get their hands on the brand’s signature goodies in Princeton, or Turnersville when it opens next week.
Plans call for a high-end rooftop restaurant, as well as a lobby restaurant featuring a ‘show kitchen.’
Despite the fact that the Shillington-based microbrewery wasn’t looking to expand, the opportunity to take over a historical space in downtown’s Farmers Market building was too good to pass up.
The passion project from pastry chef and mother of two, Noelle Shum, will offer guests an opportunity to indulge in some sweet treats while their kids indulge in playtime.
The new two-story restaurant is expected to open by 2024, and the restaurant will continue operating at the Corn Exchange National Bank in the meantime.
Next Thursday, Mar 16, folks will have the chance to try various libations from the forthcoming farm-to-table cocktail concept, as well as some of the food menu developed by Chef Elise Black.
Following extensive renovations to the Bethany Beach Ocean Suites Residence Inn by Marriott, the restaurant, developed by EOS Hospitality, is slated to open this summer.
While the brewing operation is set to launch mid-April, guests will have to wait until late May to enjoy fresh libations in the company’s taproom.
Good news for folks who can’t wait until the Newtown location opens, as Yardley Ice House will be reopening for the season this Saturday at noon.
After transforming the Southampton Train Station into their flagship restaurant, the Steam team is working to extend that operation into coffee and healthy eats.
The new owners, who officially take the helm on Monday, Mar 6, plan to keep the restaurant running as-is for the foreseeable future.
The new outpost is sure to make waves it touches down at Long Neck’s Taormina Square Shopping Center.
The Italian sausage and Philly cheesesteak concept is quickly catching on, leading to multiple new locations including Upper Darby and Conshohocken.
The Baltimore-based hospitality group’s flagship seafood concept brings together an extensive raw bar, as well as lunch, happy hour, dinner, and weekend brunch menus, topped off with a bit of live music seven nights a week.

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