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New Wings for the Northeast; Crowlers Take Jersey

Plus: What's up with that long-delayed project on East Passyunk, post-Scarduzio?

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NORTHEAST PHILLY — Just in time for the Super Bowl, Dallas-based chicken wing chain Wingstop has added a location at 2118 Cottman Ave. The shop specializes in wings and boneless near-wings with an array of sauce and seasoning options (plus fries and a few other sides), and is open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight. Online ordering is available for pickup or delivery. [EaterWire]

EAST PASSYUNK — The Passyunk Post checks back in with the project at 12th and Morris streets that was once tied to Chris Scarduzio, and finds that not much has changed. The long-delayed construction could possibly start next month, and while the developer still intends to include a restaurant on the ground level, he tells the Post they have yet to find a tenant to take Scarduzio's place. [Passyunk Post]

SOUTH JERSEY — Pennsauken liquor store Roger Wilco is now offering crowlers (that's a portmanteau of "can" and "growler," for the uninitiated). The technology originated in Colorado with canned beer experts Oskar Blues, and just hit our area for the first time a few months ago at Village Idiot brewery. Roger Wilco is the first nearby liquor store to offer crowlers, however, making for a greater variety of beers available in the new format. (The linked article has more details and the brews currently available at the store.) [Drink Philly]

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