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Here are the 3 newest businesses to debut in Philadelphia

Interested in checking out the newest businesses to open in Philadelphia? From a French bistro to a children's play space, read on for the newest spots to open their doors recently.

Bistro La Bête

Photo: Melissa P./Yelp

Stop by 1703 S. Ninth St. in East Passyunk and you'll find Bistro La Bête, a new French spot. So far, it's been well-received: it's got a five-star rating out of seven reviews on Yelp.

"(Bistro La Bête) is an old-school French BYOB in the heart of South Philly," according to the business's Facebook page.

This spot comes from the owners of The Gables Bed and Breakfast Philadelphia in collaboration with executive chef Michael O"Halloran, according to its website. On the menu, look for crispy fried rainbow trout or green vegetable gazpacho. 

Stina

Photo: Jonathan M./Yelp

Stroll past 1705 Snyder Ave. in Newbold and you'll find Stina, a new Mediterranean spot, offering pizza and more.

Owner and chef Bobby Saritsoglou called this spot a "love letter to my wife," according to Philly Metro. The husband and wife restauranteurs offer a menu featuring specialty wood-fired pizza, pasta and Italian hoagie sandwiches. 

Kith + Kin

Photo: kith + kin/Yelp

Wander over to 3060 W. Jefferson St., Suite K in Brewerytown and you'll find Kith + Kin, a venues and event space and kids activity spot.

This spot, which was founded by duo Eden Coffey and Jess Jones, offers a children's play space, educational courses and support groups that foster "connection, growth and empowerment," according to its website.

Along with a cafe and lounge, look for workshops centered on breastfeeding, child development and postpartum mental health. 


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