Where to Eat, Drink, and Cure Your Cabin Fever in the Wake of Frankenstorm

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Pub & Kitchen Photo: Marisa McClellan

With the power out in New York, the National Guard patrolling a storm ravaged Atlantic City, Long Beach Island, literally, underwater, and countless highways and roads along the eastern seaboard washed out, it looks as if Sandy spared us from her worst. And if youre reading this, we can infer that youve survived Frankenstorm, didnt lose power, and more than likely are suffering from cabin fever. We suspect youre also in need of a drink or some other form of sustenance. Perhaps news of Pub & Kitchen opening today at noon brings some comfort. Theyll be serving a limited menu, but pouring drinks from a well-stocked bar.

Federal Donuts is up and running, serving only hot fresh doughnuts, no fancies. Chickens will start sizzling in Center City at 11 a.m., and 11:45 a.m. at the Pennsport mothership.

The Khyber also opens at 11 a.m., as will both Cantinas (Los Caballitos and Dos Segundos), and Royal Tavern.

Oyster House opens at 11:30 a.m., and serving its fortifying clam chowder.

More than 15 merchants at Reading Terminal Market will open for business starting at noon. You better believe DiNics is one of them.

City Tap House will start tapping beers at 11:30 a.m.

London Grill opens at noon.

Out in the burbs, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is opening its Lancaster and Maple Shade locations for lunch, and West Chester, Phoenixville, and Wilmington, DE at 2 p.m. Locations in Media, and North Wales should be open by 3 p.m. Theres no word yet on when the Chestnut Hill location will open.

Keep a close watch on #OpenInPHL for more updates.