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Guests will be able to dine downstairs or on the rooftop deck (come summertime) for lunch and dinner seven days a week. The rooftop bar will offer gluten-free wines, beers, ciders and cocktails, along with fresh-squeezed juices.
Bullock plans to complement the food and beverage service with activities such as yoga and Pilates, cooking classes focusing on healthy eating, and movie nights.
Herban Quality Eats (267-432-2445), is planning to open a brick-and-mortar location at 3601 Market St. in September, according to Philly.com.
In the meantime, Herban delivers freshly made dinners and catering throughout the University City area (including west of 18th Street) on weekdays. At Herban (pronounced "Urban"), diners can choose a base from options such as Himalayan red rice, spaghetti squash and Tuscan kale, and then add in grilled chicken, grilled salmon or other proteins along with a sauce. Available sides include quinoa and cheese and sweet potato mash. The only menu item not currently gluten free is the chocolate chip cookie, which is made with non-certified oats. Like Farmer's Keep, Herban's culinary philosophy focuses on nutrient-rich foods and locally-sourced and natural ingredients.