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Here are the newest businesses to open in Philadelphia

Interested in discovering the newest restaurant and retail additions to Philadelphia? From a casual vegan spot to a dance studio, read on for a list of the newest businesses to debut around town.

Vegan-ish

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A new addition to Carroll Park, Vegan-ish is a spot to score seafood, sandwiches and burgers that's located at 1214 N. 52nd St.

This spot was founded by Lamarr Ingram, who felt there was a lack of plant-based food options available in the mid-90s in Philadelphia. On the menu, look for vegan wings, mushroom sandwiches and Vietnamese hoagies. 

Twisted Gingers

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Twisted Gingers is a brew pub, that recently opened at 4317 Fleming St. in Roxborough.

This brewery, which boasts a 101-year-old taproom, offers brews like a traditional Belgian beer with hints of spice, banana and cloves or the wit-style ale brewed with ginger and peaches. 

Alice Pizza

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A newcomer to Washington Square, Alice Pizza is a spot to score pizza and gelato that's located at 1234 Market St.

This spot, which debuted in Rome more than three decades ago, boasts more than 100 locations in Italy, according to its website. Look for the pesto pie topped with arugula and cheese. For dessert, there's also gelato. 

DanceFit Frankford Ave

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New to 2423 Frankford Ave. in East Kensington is DanceFit Frankford Ave, a dance studio.

In the words of the business's Facebook page, "DanceFit Frankford Ave is a boutique dance fitness studio offering group fitness classes. Disguise your exercise with Zumba, barre, HipFit and more."


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