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Stephen Starr’s Spotify Playlist and More

Stephen Starr’s moves for the month of June include collaborations with Aramark, Comcast and Spotify.

What is Philadelphia’s favorite restaurant-making son, Stephen Starr famous for? The Continental’s Swinging 60s martini cool, the white linen-lined Butcher & Singer, multi-ethnic affairs such as K-POD and LMNO, Barclay Prime’s $120 Porterhouse steaks, Morimotos’ rare raw fish, and Buddakan’s sake flights – to say nothing of winning a James Beard Award for Restaurateur of the Year.

Now, as of this week, there is Starr’s affiliation with the Aramark Corporation, the Philly-based, giant of commercial food service, and uniform provision who – together – will bring a still-unnamed joint restaurant concept to the Wells Fargo Center’s newly renovating VIP space, come this autumn. Effective now, however, is a Starr-branded stadium food fare menu at Wells Fargo: a “Global Cuisine” experience of Dirty Taco Bowls, Jackass Burritos and Guacamole Carts, available too at other Aramark-based arena locations around the country.

“Frito Pie” Burritos for all.

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Along with that large scale deal, Starr also, kind of quietly, is teaming up with another Philly-based corporate entity, Comcast, for Cafe Click, an outdoor-only French-influenced restaurant in front of the Comcast Center that opens June 21.

And, in the more immediate, Starr is now on Spotify. Or rather, Starr Restaurants is, as his famed restaurant music playlists – once executed by King Britt, back-in-the-day – from hot spots as diverse as the Brit-focused Dandelion on Rittenhouse to the ethno chill-wave flavors of El Vez NYC and Buddakan NYC can be yours with the push of a Spotify button.

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