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Flying Fish, 'Bar Rescue' Chef Set Opening Date for Brewerytown Bar & Restaurant

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    There's another addition coming to Philadelphia's craft beer scene.

    A number of breweries have either opened locations or have plans to open up shop in the Philadelphia region, including veteran players like Victory Brewing Co. and Yards Brewing Co. and new kids on the block like Locust Lane Craft Brewery and others.

    The newest addition to the brewing scene will be a restaurant called Flying Fish Crafthouse, located inside The Fairmount @ Brewerytown rental community in the Brewerytown neighborhood of Philadelphia.

    The 191-seat, two-bar restaurant is a partnership between Flying Fish Brewing Co. in Somerdale, New Jersey, and Chef Brian Duffy of Spike TV's Bar Rescue.

    The "urban American" cuisine restaurant will open on Dec. 5. 

    To learn more about the new bar and restaurant, click here

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