Hungry Pigeon's interior lighting depends heavily on whatever's happening outside: floor-to-ceiling windows make up the outer-casing of Queen Village's hot, new restaurant, now open for dinner. Go inside and you'll find custom tables built and designed by Philly's own Josh Rothman of Lengthtimeswidth and copious amounts of greenery by Erica Maust and Andrew Olson's (Farm 51) urban-grown Chicory Florals.
Starting this Monday, January 18, breakfast will start at 7 a.m., and it'll stay open through lunch, into dinner. No reservations will be taken, save for the communal table in the back, and once settled into their new digs, the Hungry Pigeon staff will begin their guest chef dinners held at the 12-16 seat table; George Sabatino (Aldine) and Greg Vernick (Vernick) are in the pipeline.
Until then, chef-owners Scott Schroeder and Pat O'Malley want to keep it simple: only open for dinner this week, with regular hours starting next week.