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November 28, 2017

Suraya's Levant-inspired market is now open in Fishtown

Enjoy fresh Lebanese fare in the all-day café

Food & Drink Restaurants
Suraya Courtesy of Melissa Alam/Suraya

Suraya is a Levant-inspired, multi-concept eatery in the heart of Fishtown.

Suraya, which initially was expected to open late summer 2017, has officially opened the doors of its market and all-day café in Fishtown. The Levant-inspired multi-concept eatery's restaurant and garden will open in 2018.

The space, totaling nearly 12,000 square feet, is owned by powerhouse trio Greg Root, Nick Kennedy, and Nathalie Richan.

Inside the market and café, guests will find Middle Eastern and international-inspired food, gifts, spices, sweets, fresh salads and dips to-go, Stumptown coffee, daytime cocktails, an in-house French and Levantine pastry program and fresh Lebanese fare.

Try the variety of Lebanese flatbreads brushed with olive oil and spices.

Courtesy of Melissa Alam/Suraya

Inside Suraya, which is now open.

Suraya was named for Richan's grandmother, who raised her and her brother in Beirut, Lebanon. Many of the space's elements are inspired by memories of the neighborhood where they grew up.

Suraya, located at 1528 Frankford Ave., is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. The restaurant’s dinner program will begin in early 2018. The garden and outdoor bar are expected to be fully open in early spring.


Now open
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily
1528 Frankford Ave.