Foobooz | Fiore, a Modern Italian Restaurant, is Coming to Queen Village

Michael Klein | 11.1.2018

“An Italian cafe/restaurant called Fiore is on the way to the former Kanella South space in Queen Village.
Ed Crochet and Justine MacNeil, two pedigreed chefs last in New York, have signed a lease for 757 S. Front St…”

Philly Mag | Fiore Will Bring Contemporary Italian to Queen Village

Alexandra Jones | 11.2.2018

“In terms of a timeline, Crochet and MacNeil will refresh the interior, then book private events in December,
with a goal to have the cafe portion of the space open by January. They’ll operate the cafe only until their liquor
license comes through…”

Eater Philly | An Italian All-Day Cafe Is Heading to Queen Village

Rachel Vigoda | 11.2.2018

“The couple is coming from New York City, where they lived for about a decade and worked at well-known
restaurants like Craft and Del Posto. Crochet started working for Stephen Starrand then Starr Catering (no
longer part of restaurateur Starr’s organization), which led to the idea of relocating to Philly. They’ve been
introducing themselves to the local food scene with pop-ups at Amis, Garage and Boku Supper Club…”