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Inquirer: 2 Restaurants Coming To Vacant Buca Di Beppo Space

Look for both Italian and Mediterranean cuisine in the Wynnewood spot.

Well, that was fast: according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, another Center City restauranteur is headed to Lower Merion, and will be filling the spot vacated by Buca di Beppo just last Sunday.

Philly.com's Michael Klein says Nick Pashalis, who co-owns Estia and Pietro's Coal-Oven Pizzeria, will split the large space into a Pietro's and Estia Taverna, a casual Greek restaurant. 

It'll be at least a year till the restaurants open, according to Klein.

Read the full Inquirer article.

Pietro's, which serves up classic Italian cuisine, has two Philly locations and a New Jersey location.

Neither Lower Merion's retail coordinator nor representatives of property owner Baker Properties were available for comment.

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