March 22, 2018

The Bourse Marketplace makeover includes 27 new eateries, some with bars

We're getting closer to knowing all the diverse vendors

Food & Drink Openings
Abunai Poke Courtesy of PUNCH Media/PhillyVoice

Abunai Poke to open at The Bourse Marketplace.

Soon, you'll be able to grab lunch at The Bourse Marketplace in Old City, which is expected to open sometime mid-summer.

As that opening date inches closer, more tenants are being announced. When complete, the 24,000-sq.-ft. food court will resemble New York City’s Chelsea Market or D.C.’s Union Market.

There will be a total of 27 diverse vendors offering food, drink and artisan goods.


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The newly announced tenants are listed below.

• Abunai Poke – Enjoy a taste of Hawaii with the selection of poke from this quick-service eatery.

• Rebel Taco – This taco spot uses fresh ingredients and spices to create authentic Mexican fare.

• Menagerie Coffee – The speciality coffee shop will serve artisanal coffee and a variety of small bites seven days a week.

• Pure Blend Tea – Hailing from West Chester, each unique tea blend is carefully hand-blended with organic and fair trade ingredients. Look for a wide variety of loose tea blends, as well as superior grade matcha.

As for the other eateries that we know will be at The Bourse, we've included a list of those, as well. They were announced in October and November last year.

• Mighty Melt – A collaboration between Mighty Bread Company’s Chris DiPiazza and Stargazy’s Sam Jacobson, Mighty Melt will offer inventive grilled cheese sandwiches crafted from fresh artisan breads with creative flavor pairings.

• Scoop DeVille – A Philadelphia institution since 1989, Scoop DeVille lets guests makes custom ice cream combinations.

• Mi & Yu Noodle Bar – This fast-casual concept will offer artisanal ramen, udon and pho.

• Snapdragon Flowers – Philadelphia’s premier alternative flower shop known for creating both small and large-scale florals.

• Baby Buns – Sylva Senat, who was on Bravo's "Top Chef," created this eatery's concept, which "brings unique international flavors that redefine an American classic – the hamburger."

• Olive with a Twist – Find fine cheeses, charcuterie and other gourmet products that can create gorgeous cheese plates or picnic spreads.

• Bluebird Distilling – There will be a full craft cocktail bar and retail store. The distillery is located in Phoenixville, Penn. Recently, Bluebird Distilling also opened a tasting room in Center City. 

• Chaat and Chai – If you're craving Indian street food, go here. The restaurant closed its South Philly storefront to prepare for the move.

• Chocodiem – The store will sell hand-crafted artisanal chocolates based on classic Belgian recipes. The flagship location is in Easton, Penn.

• Grubhouse – This eatery will serve breakfast seven days a week.

• Ka’moon – Find fast-casual halal-prepared Egyptian cuisine here.

• Pinch Dumplings – The authentic hand-pinched Chinese dumplings will be made in-house daily.

• Prescription Chicken – All the chicken-based soups you need.

• Vera Pasta Co. – It will serve made-to-order pasta meals, alongside Italian wines and freshly packaged pasta to-go.

• 3rd and Ferry - Easton, Penn.'s acclaimed fish market’s new concept will boast an expansive raw bar with oysters, crab cakes, chowder, lobster rolls and other New England-style food There will also be a full-service bar.