For those of you wandering around in the evenings looking for a place to get your grub on since Stella Blu closed its doors last month, you may not have to wait too long to find another hot spot popping up behind the doors to 101 Ford St. in West Conshohocken.
A 4,240-square-foot building at 101 Ford St. in West Conshohocken where Stella Blu operated has sold for $825,000 to Sean Weinberg, who owns Alba in Malvern and Biga in Bryn Mawr. He plans to open Imbibe Food & Drink by the end of March. A liquor license associated with the property was also part of the deal. Colin McHale of Beacon Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer, writes Natalie Kostelni in her real estate round up for Philadelphia Business Journal.
The doors to Stella Blu in West Conshohocken closed in January, but that by no means was the end of the eatery’s story. In fact, it was a virtual beginning. Diners are now able to place orders for delivery daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., with the delivery radius extending from West Conshohocken to Conshohocken, parts of Gulph Mills, Bryn Mawr, Lafayette Hill and Plymouth Meeting. To order via computer or smart phone, visit stellablurestaurant.com. Click on “Online Ordering” and note any special requests or modifications to the order. Add your choices to the cart and select the “pickup” or “delivery” option. There is a delivery fee of $4.99 and a delivery minimum of $15.