Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek is keeping busy this off-season, on and off the field. In addition to adjusting to a new head coach and offense, Celek will open restaurant Prime Stache in the city's Old City section. The restaurant, located at 110 Chestnut St., will replace Club 879, which Celek owned with Eagles offensive lineman Todd Herremans.
This will be the second incarnation of Prime Stache; the first can be found in North Wildwood, NJ. In terms of the menu, the "Ron Burgundy" figures to be a popular dish: it's a pulled pork sandwich topped with cheddar cheese, pork belly, slaw and fried tobasco onions.
Check out the full menu here in preparation for the Apr. 29 opening.
[via CBS Philadelphia]