Sabrina's Café Says Farewell to Italian Market | Philadelphia Caller

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Sabrina's Café Says Farewell to Italian Market, and Hello to a Nearby Venue (yet to be announced), closing their doors at the 910 Christian street, the original Sabrina's Café in the Italian Market neighborhood. See Coverage on PhillyBite Magazine... Sabrina's Café is Closing Its Italian Market Location


Sabrina's Café Will Close South Philly's Italian Market Location

After two decades, Sabrina's Café is saying goodby to its Italian Market Location marking an end of an era and the start of a new Sabrina's Café, with plans to expand to a larger, more equipped, and updated venue in the months ahead.

Robert and Raquel De Abreu first opened the Café in late April 2001 in the former Litto bakery. They named the new restaurant after their newborn daughter Sabrina Isabella.

The De Abreu's encourage guests to share any memorable personal photos and memories taken at the Italian Market location via Instagram at @sabrinascafe.

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