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Mighty Melt from Stargazy and Mighty Bread Co. Joins the New Bourse Food Hall

Add grilled cheese, ice cream, and ramen to the list

Mighty Melt’s Whey Jude with Primal Supply sirloin steak, aged NY cheddar, and pickles on rosemary peppercorn sourdough
Heather DiPiazza

More eateries featuring Philly favorites have been added to the lineup at the Bourse Marketplace, the under-construction, 24,000-square-foot food court in the historic Bourse building in Old City. When complete next summer, the food court will house 27 vendors selling sliders, dosas, pancakes, pasta, and everything in between. The latest additions include Mighty Melt, a collaboration between Sam Jacobson of Stargazy and Chris DiPiazza of Mighty Bread Co. Also on board: Scoop DeVille and Mi & Yu Noodle Bar.

Jacobson won’t be selling his British pies at the revamped food hall. Instead, he and DiPiazza are going for upgraded grilled cheese. Look for sandwiches like the Whey Jude with Primal Supply Meats sirloin steak, aged New York cheddar, and pickles on rosemary peppercorn sourdough and the Busy Bee: Tomme de Crayeuse cheese and hot honey on country sourdough. (Bread baker DiPiazza is also about to open a brick-and-mortar shop a couple blocks off East Passyunk, not far from Stargazy).

Ice creamery Scoop DeVille, originally in the Rittenhouse neighborhood but relocated to 13th and Walnut, has been serving scoops in Philly for almost 30 years. Mi & Yu is a Baltimore-based Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese mash-up serving ramen, udon, and pho.

Sam Jacobson of Stargazy with a loaf from Mighty Bread Co.
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Tenants previously announced for the Bourse’s revamped food court include Baby Buns from Sylva Senat of Maison 208, Ka’moon, Chaat and Chai, Grubhouse, Vera Pasta, Olive with a Twist, Chocodiem, Pinch Dumplings, Prescription Chicken, and Bluebird Distilling. Read more about them here.

A rendering of the Bourse Marketplace
Bourse [official photo]

The Bourse

111 South Independence Ml East, , PA 19106 (215) 625-0300 Visit Website

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