Permanently Closed - Percy Street Barbecue
sweet smoked paprika
black beans, sharp cheddar, buttermilk dressing
Cabot extra sharp cheddar
dry rubbed and smoked, buttermilk ranch
grilled and smothered in sweet thang
three bean medley, cheddar cheese, cornbread
chopped brisket, cheddar sauce
goat cheese, pears, beets, shaved radish, toasted almonds, sherry vin
served with coleslaw and choice of side
Martin's potato roll, shaved red onion
bread-and-butter pickles, sliced onion, Martin's potato roll
spicy pickled carrots, cilantro, barbecue sauce, long roll
served with coleslaw and choice of side
1/2 lb. Slow Smoked Angus beef, bread and butter pickles, sliced onion
1/2 rack spare ribs, house rub old faithful bbq sauce
1/2 free-range Amish chicken, old faithful bbq sauce
Choose 3 Meats for the Table with Collard Greens, Burnt End Beans, German Potato Salad & Coleslaw. $25 per person, minimum 2 people
$29 per person; no sharing
The Cutting Board
$240; serves 6-8 people, limited availability
carved at your table
smoked ham hocks
vanilla cream, toffee
5 - 6:30pm; Monday-Friday
We Have the Country's Largest Selection of Craft Cans! Based on 2 oz. pours. All whiskeys are available in 1 oz. pours
three 1 oz. pours $15
Beefeater Gin, Plymouth Sloe Gin, Pomegranate, Sweet Tea, Lemon
Four Roses Bourbon, Mint, Sugar, Crushed Ice
Old Overholt Rye, Carpano Antica, Campari
Beefeater Gin, Ginger Juice, Thyme, Lemon
Miller Hi-Life, Pickle Juice, Barbecue Sauce
Bombay Sapphire, Laurel Syrup, Lime, Soda
Titos Vodka, Lime, Honey, Egg White
Jim Beam, Lime, Triple Sec
Stouts, Porters & Brown Ales
A sale is in the works for Percy Street Barbecue, which Steven Cook, Michael Solomonov, and Erin O'Shea opened seven years ago on South Street just west of Ninth.
A new partnership will assume control upon transfer of the liquor license, Cook said. That takes 90 to 120 days typically.
For now, it is business as usual, and it will remain so after the sale, said Jasper Singh, one of three partners buying the place. "We ate there long before we thought of buying it," said Singh, who also owns Restaurant 1861 in Middletown, Del. Singh, who grew up in New York in his family's restaurant business, has long wanted to own a restaurant in Philadelphia because of the scene and its energy.
Cook said Percy Street was sold because it no longer fit in CookNSolo's portfolio, which includes the nationally known Zahav and Abe Fisher's as well as Federal Donuts and Dizengoff. Percy Street briefly had a location in the marketplace below the Comcast Center.
O'Shea will remain with CookNSolo, Cook said.
Cook said he and his partners were further expanding Federal Donuts, which specializes in fancy doughnuts and fried chicken, and Dizengoff, an Israeli-styled hummus shop.
Following our conversation, Cook and Solomonov released this statement: "All of us at CookNSolo are incredibly proud of Percy Street, the restaurant that we have built, tinkered with and always tried to improve upon over the last seven years. None of this would have been possible without the limitless dedication, talent, and grace of chef/partner Erin O'Shea. As the center of gravity of our company changes, we believe that a new ownership group with fresh energy is the best way for Percy Street to continue its mission of being the tried and true barbecue joint that Philadelphians love."
Michael Solomonov,Steve Cook, and Erin O'Shea's popular South Street barbecue spot,Percy Street Barbecue, is currently in the process of being sold, according to a report by Philly.com.
The CookNSolo empire, which includes Zahav, Abe Fisher, Dizengoff and FederalDonuts (plus the upcomingRooster Soup Co.), will say goodbye to their seven-year-old barbecue and canned beer haven for reasons none other than "it no longer fit in CookNSolo's portfolio".
Solomonov and Cook released this statement today:
All of us at CookNSolo are incredibly proud of Percy Street, the restaurant that we have built, tinkered with and always tried to improve upon over the last 7 years. None of this would have been possible without the limitless dedication, talent, and grace of Chef/Partner Erin O'Shea. As the center of gravity of our company changes, we believe that a new ownership group with fresh energy is the best way for Percy Street to continue its mission of being the tried and true barbecue joint that Philadelphians love.
With two partners, Jasper Singh, owner of Middletown, Delaware gastropub 1861 Restaurant, will assume ownership in 90-120 days — the length of time it takes to transfer a liquor license. The restaurant will remain open during the change of hands, and after the sale, it'll be "business as usual".
Erin O'Shea, Percy Street's chef and co-owner, will remain in the company.
Percy Street Barbecue
900 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19147(215) 625-8510Visit Website
Percy Chopped Salad$7.00
Vegan White Bean Soup$7.00
Chopped Brisket Sandwich$12.00
Pork Belly Sandwich$13.00
Lancaster Farms Brisket Salad$14.00
German Potato Salad$4.00
Macaroni & Cheese$6.00
Yards Root Beer Float$7.00
- Add Root or Old Overholt Rye
Brisket, Chicken& Pulled Pork
Pinto Beans, Collard Greens, German Potato Salad and Coleslaw
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Why Percy Street BBQ on South Street is still closed, and will be indefinitely
For all those brisket and rib fans dismayed to discover Percy Street Barbecue is closed, take heart. The South Street restaurant, which has been shuttered and quiet for nearly three weeks, is not gone for good. At least not if the current owners can help it.
“We’re trying to get open as soon as possible,” proprietor Jasper Singh told Billy Penn. “We’re unsure when that is going to be. Every day we just wait for answers.”
Singh, who along with two partners bought the BBQ joint from Mike Solomonov and Steve Cook’s restaurant group in spring of 2016, noted that because attorneys are involved in the situation, he’s limited in what he can publicly say.
The issue appears to have something to do with water damage. On July 24, the restaurant announced via social media that it was closing for “unscheduled maintenance” attributed to flooding from recent rainstorms.
But the problems may go back further. An Aug. 3 statement — which was signed by lawyers from two different firms, one in Philly and one in Delaware, where Singh owns a restaurant called 1861 — cites “a severe water loss” that “interrupted normal business operations” and says insurance carriers are investigating the situation.
“From what we understand, the leak started before we bought the business,” said Singh. “The whole building is having problems. It really has nothing to do with us. I guess the building is old.”
A spokesperson from CookNSolo declined to comment on whether they were aware of any such water issues when they sold. Billy Penn was unable to make contact with the landlord of the ground floor spaces, listed on documents filed with the city as Chan Investments. The apartments above the restaurant are all condominiums and individually owned. Representatives from the South Street Headhouse District were unaware of any complications at the site.
The timing of the leak/flood/water issues is especially unfortunate, considering it came just a week after Percy Street was forced to close for 48 hours because of violations during a routine Health Department inspection.
A similar cease operations notice related to “plumbing issues” appears to have put the Northeast Philly outpost of Jim’s Steaks out of business.
However, Singh did make clear that he is not throwing in the towel, and fully intends to get his business open again.
Proof? Even though there is no revenue coming in, Percy Street is currently paying its entire staff, both back and front of the house, he said. The stipends are likely not as much as servers or bartenders would usually make, especially because business was picking up and “finally getting traction” after the ownership change, per Singh. But it’s been enough to stem an exodus.
“For the most part everyone has stayed, which has been amazing,” Singh said. “Many of them have asked, ‘Do you want us to come in and help out?’ Which, no, we want it to be safe.”
As of now, the doors and windows of the space remain covered with paper, and there is no timetable for Percy Street’s relaunch.
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