Explore the newest businesses to launch in Philadelphia

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Want to hit up the freshest new spots in Philadelphia? From a place to score Asian fare to a craft brewery, read on to see the newest spots to land near you.

Ten Asian Food Hall

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Ten Asian Food Hall is an Asian fusion spot, that recently opened at 1715 Chestnut St. in Rittenhouse.

Build your own bowl, featuring poke, ramen and stir fry. Yelpers are buzzing about the restaurant's takoyaki. 

Frutta Bowls

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Frutta Bowls is a spot to score juice and smoothies, acai bowls and coffee and tea, that recently opened at 2001 Hamilton St. in Logan Square.

The business has several locations nationwide. Try the Caveman Bowl, with a base of kale, banana and almond milk. The toppings are granola, banana, blueberry, almond butter, coconut flakes, chia seeds and almond slices. Complement that with a mango strawberry smoothie.

Craft Hall

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A Northern Liberties newcomer, Craft Hall is a restaurant, bakery and brewery that's located at 901 N. Delaware Ave.

The menu offers small plates, pizzas, sides and sweets. Try the smoked potato bisque, followed by the Kennett Square mushrooms pizza. Top it off with a pitcher of Wiener Weisse. This spot also offers brunch and brunch cocktails, like an Aperol Spritz, made with Aperol, sparkling wine and club soda.

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