Explore the 4 freshest new businesses to open in Philadelphia

Explore the 4 freshest new businesses to open in Philadelphia
Photo: Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on January 16, 2020.

Interested in finding out about the newest restaurant and retail additions to Philadelphia? From Cajun restaurants to a bakery, read on to see the newest businesses to open for business near you.

Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar

Photo: hook & reel cajun seafood & Bar/Yelp

Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar is a Cajun spot that recently opened at 9763 Roosevelt Blvd. in Northeast Airport.

This seafood chain boasts locations across several states, including California, Florida, Georgia and more. On the menu, look for build-your-own seafood platters, along with sliders and po'boy sandwiches. Cocktails, wine and beer are also on offer.

Taqueria Morales

Photo: taqueria morales/Yelp

Next, stop by 1429 Jackson St. in Newbold and you'll find Taqueria Morales, a new Mexican spot.

On the menu, look for tacos, quesadillas and burritos, as well as main plates like rib-eye steaks and salmon. 


Photo: Michael W./Yelp

Now open at 160 N. Third St. in Old City is Oui, a bakery, offering desserts, coffee and tea.

This shop, which specializes in seasonal pastries, offers treats like chocolate croissants, gingersnaps and scones. 

Million’s Crab Boiled Seafood

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Finally, Million’s Crab Boiled Seafood is another Cajun spot, specializing in seafood, that recently opened its doors at 1025 Arch St. in Chinatown.

"Million's Crab is created from the people that created the Juicy Seafood and Naked Crab franchises with over 10 years of experience boasting restaurants in New York, Tennessee, Kentucky and now in Pennsylvania," according to the business' Facebook page. On the menu, look for a raw bar, along with sandwiches and burgers. There are also cocktails, beer and cider. 

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