The Stella’s Grocery Westhampton location is now open 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays at 5802 Grove Ave. with coffee and prepared foods.
Charm School Study Hall is now open at 4930 Forest Hill Ave. This second Charm School outpost is open weekends with a rotating lineup of two dairy and two vegan flavors of soft-serve.
Red Goat Pizza is now open at 2930-C W. Broad St. in Scott’s Addition, behind Three Notch’d Brewing serving pizza, salads and pizza-salads to-go.
Str8OutofPhilly is now open for lunch and dinner Tuesday-Sunday at 405 N. First St. in Jackson Ward.
Native Plate opened in April at 1203 E Main St., serving “global street food with Asian and American influence.” Think pok pok wings, duck bao buns and sashimi. Open for lunch and dinner, dine-in and to-go.
Carlos Ordaz-Nunez’s TBT El Gallo opened at 2118 W. Cary St. this March with much fanfare: It still sells out. Open for takeout only, Tuesdays-Saturdays.
Pancho’s Cantina & Grill opened in late March at 1919 W. Main St. serving dinner and weekend brunch Tuesdays-Sundays.
The Broken Tulip has reopened for on-site, outdoor-only dining and recently has introduced a rotating three-course set lunch menu.
The long-anticipated reopening of Helen’s is here. Get your brunch and dinner fix at the Main Street mainstay.
The Jasper reopened in mid-May after a pandemic-born hibernation. Hours are 5 p.m.-midnight, first come, first served.
After 421 days, Secco Wine Bar is back with dining room and patio seating Tuesdays-Saturdays, 5-10 p.m.
New York-style, by-the-slice Zorch Pizza has been regularly popping up in its food truck with classic and specialty pizzas and giant cheesy bread. Look out for the grand opening of a storefront at 2923 W. Cary St. soon.
The Pit and the Peel Rooftop is set to open the first week of June at 1210 W. Main St. with a full food menu and fresh-pressed juice cocktails.