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Argentinean Spot Coming to Headhouse; David Ansill to Debut New Menu at Good King Tavern

Plus, in listicle news, Hop Sing lands a spot as one of the best bars in the entire world.

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HEADHOUSE SQUARE — An Argentinean steakhouse called Argento will move into the empty space at Second and Pine streets that most recently housed short-lived Society Hill Society and, before that, long-running Artful Dodger. The Insider reports that the newcomer, backed by a team including NYC restaurateur Miriam Porto, could arrive as early as August. [Philly.com]

LISTICLES — Hop Sing Laundromat is inarguably one of the best bars in Philadelphia, but according to a listicle from Conde Nast Traveler, it's now officially one of the 30 Greatest Bars in the World. [EaterWire]

BELLA VISTA — Following the departure of opening chef Paul Lyons, the Good King Tavern is ready to debut a new menu from chef David Ansill (currently of Bar Ferdinand, where he will also retain his position; formerly of Pif, Ansill), working with chef de cuisine Mike Blau. The new menu will kick off this Friday, July 24. In addition to the new regular menu, Ansill will cook a special wine dinner at TGK on Wednesday, July 29, Reservations are now available for the dinner, which will cost $75 per person. [EaterWire]

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