Dig Inn, a Fast-Growing, Fast-Casual Restaurant Out of New York, to Open in Philly

Dig Inn, whose healthful fast-casual food has attracted not only fans but a high-profile investor, is poised to enter the Philadelphia market.

There’s been no word from the company, but my sources pinpoint the location as 1616 Chestnut St., a former Radio Shack store across from Liberty Place and next door to Old Navy.

Meanwhile, next door, at 1614 Chestnut St., Frank’s Steaks & Burgers (at Frankford and Wellington in the city’s Mayfair section) is setting up shop in what was the Four Seasons Food Court for many years before it closed earlier this year. (Steaks and burgers will maintain the block’s nutritional yin and yang.)

Dig Inn, founded in New York City in 2011 and now with more than two dozen locations, rocks a vegetable-forward menu of what it calls “mindfully sourced" food (seasonal bowls, mainly) prepared by real chefs that the company trains.

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