Le Bec Fin
A couple of new restaurants are set to open in our area, and an annual Hannukah event has moved to a new location.
Le Bec-Fin is closing it’s doors forever, and on Saturday night the restaurant served up their final dinner.
For more than 40 years, Le Bec Fin was Philadelphia’s five-star gold standard in French dining.
Dinner was by Drexel last night, guided by the regular kitchen staff, at one of Philadelphia’s most famous French restaurants on Walnut Street in Center City.
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A landmark restaurant in Philadelphia has closed its doors. Georges Perrier of Le Bec-Fin served the last diners at his groundbreaking French restaurant over the weekend.
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For decades, it was synonymous with fine dining in Philadelphia, but chef Georges Perrier confirms he is planning to close Le Bec-Fin.