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Chicken Sandwiches Coming Back to FedNuts Shops; Something New From Team Opa?

Plus, listicle success for a couple of Philly's best wine spots.

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PHILADELPHIA — The massively popular Port FedNuts chicken sandwich (usually only available at Spruce Street Harbor Park) will pop up at all Federal Donuts locations in honor of made-up holiday National Fried Chicken Day on Monday, July 6. The sandwiches ($7) will be available at all four shops from 11 a.m. until they sell out. (Who know what the future holds, but when the sandwiches popped up earlier this month at the Sansom Street location, they sold out in about three hours.) [EaterWire]

JEWELER'S ROW — The names of Opa owners George and Vasiliki Tsiouris are attached to a liquor license placard posted at Coco's at 112 S. Eighth St, according to a report from the Insider. No comment yet from either side; Coco's remains open. [Philly.com]

LISTICLES — Good news for lovers of wine, restaurants, and/or lists: Wine Enthusiast named A.Kitchen + Bar and Zahav among its 100 best wine-savvy restaurants from coast to coast. [Wine Enthusiast]

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