CookNSolo opens its fourth Goldie location in Fishtown, a new event space
CookNSolo, a restaurant group led by James Beard award-winning restaurant owners Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook, will further expand its footprint in Fishtown in the coming year.
The fourth Goldie location and a brand new large event space named Lila The restaurant group announced on social media on Tuesday that it will come to 1601 North Front St. on the corner of Oxford Street.
CookNSolo’s fourth Goldie in Philadelphia will open this summer, and Lilah is expected to host special events next spring.
The new Goldie site will be located in front of Lilah. The site will occupy 7,000 square feet. Philadelphia Business Journal. After opening, Lilah will be able to host up to 250 guests to participate in weddings, bars and adult ceremonies.
According to reports, the upcoming locations of Goldie and Lilah served as Honeygrow’s headquarters and test kitchen for five years. Inquirer.
The same construction company that designed restaurants such as K’Far, Abe Fisher, Dizengoff and several Federal Donuts restaurants will be responsible for assembling the new space.
CookNSolo cooking director Caitlin McMillan and event director Neira Jackson also participated in the event space. Lilah expects to hire 30-50 employees before opening in 2022.
Goldie is known for its falafels, fries and tehina milkshakes, and is completely vegetarian and kosher. This popular Israeli-style restaurant has opened three branches at 1526 Sansom Street in Philadelphia Center City, Franklin Table Food Hall at 3401 Walnut Street in University City, and Whole Foods Market at 2101 Pennsylvania Avenue in Fairmont.
CookNSolo also owns Zahav, Abe Fisher, Dizengoff, Federal Donuts, Laser Wolf, Merkaz and K’Far. Laser Wolf is also located in Fish Town.