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Quick Bite Bulletin
Culinary news from our area.

by Staff

After months of construction, Olga’s Diner held its grand opening earlier this month. Under new ownership, the iconic diner brand’s menu will offer some original favorites while introducing health-conscious vegan and quinoa dishes.

La Guadalupana, an authentic Mexican taqueria, has relocated from Haddon Township to Merchantville, offering scratch-made dishes like chicken enchiladas and a variety of tacos.

Haddonfield-based Bleu Bear Bakery announced it will open a second location in Marlton for its gluten-free market and bakery concept.

Longtime Cherry Hill Asian restaurant Sakura Spring has closed after owners did not renew their lease.

A menu of traditional Greek coffee drinks and dishes like baklava are now being served at the recently opened Koupa Espresso Bar in Haddon Township, owned by the Anastasopoulos family of Cherry Hill.

Joe Muldoon and James Liuzza, two former chefs with experience at Di Bruno Bros. and Rastelli’s, will be taking over the former McFarlan’s Market space in Collingswood. With a potential December opening, the new space, Haddon Culinary, will include a market of scratch-made items as well as meat, seafood and deli counters.

Voorhees is now home to Ray’s Boozy Cupcakes, owned by a 93-year-old WWII veteran. Adults can enjoy cocktail-themed cupcakes like Tequila Sunrise and Apple Brandy, but non-alcoholic choices are available for kids as well.

Collingswood’s seafood spot L’Oceano closed in late October. It has been reported that a printing/business center is proposed for the location.

BYOB Luna Rossa Biagio Lamberti in Washington Township has acquired a “pocket” liquor license that will give it the opportunity to serve alcoholic beverages at a future time.

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 9 (November 2019).
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