Landmark Restaurant In Philadelphia To Close
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – A landmark restaurant in Philadelphia is closing.
Georges Perrier of Le Bec- Fin tells The Philadelphia Inquirer he plans to close his world-renowned French restaurant, Le Bec-Fin, by spring.
The 66-year-old Perrier says he’s ready for a change after four decades at the helm of the downtown landmark.
Le Bec-Fin is famous for elaborate meals and elegant decor.
Perrier has put Le Bec- Fin’s art deco building on the market for $3.9 million. The business itself is priced separately at $600,000, including liquor license.
Perrier says he is developing three new restaurants that will open next year.