Authentic, indigenous, and delicious Indonesian fare
Established in 2001, Ena and Harry Widjojo initially opened Hardena/Waroeng Surabaya to cater to the abundant Indonesian migrant workers in South Philly. As the years passed by, word spread about a small and humble hole in the wall, cantina style eatery that served a range of authentic and indigenous foods that changed daily on a steam table accompanied by smiling faces of the whole family. Here, people could discover a place and a meal that wasn't familiar but felt like home.
Little Baby’s Ice Cream
Small-batch, hand-made, super-premium ice cream and non-dairy desserts
Little Baby's is a small-batch, hand-made, super-premium Ice Cream and non-dairy dessert company born in Philadelphia and based in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC. They specialize in unique and surprising flavor combinations and believe that Ice Cream is for Everyone, and that Ice Cream is a Feeling.
- Baby Scoop
- Single Scoop
- Double Scoop
Homemade biscuits, made from scratch and served with love
Birdie’s Biscuits honors a beloved family recipe to bring some of the best biscuits to Philadelphia. Their modern take on the classic biscuit includes mouthwatering flavors like strawberry lemonade, peach cobbler, coffee and cocoa, blueberry cheesecake, and more. Birdie’s flaky biscuits are made with the freshest ingredients from scratch daily, and they taste as good as they look!
- Blueberry Cheesecake: vanilla bean cheesecake, blueberry compote, mint, lemon zest
- Strawberry Cheesecake: vanilla bean cheesecake, strawberry compote, mint, lemon zest
- Apple Cobbler: cinnamon sugar apples, apple cider glaze, crumb topping, vanilla icing
- Mushroom & Brie: roasted crimini mushroom, shallots, thyme, brie cheese
- Cheddar House: Wisconsin cheddar, fontal, roasted garlic, herbs
- Parmesan & Chive: grated Parmesan, roasted garlic, fontal chives
Comfort food classics and surprising bites
Cooperage at Cherry Street Pier will focus on comfort food with a healthy twist, featuring elevated offerings that will satisfy Philly’s most enthusiastic foodies and classic favorites for the casual diner. Led by Cescaphe Executive Chef Joe Laporte, Cooperage at the Pier will combine both Cescaphe and Cooperage’s notable brand reputations for food preparation, presentation, and stellar service.
- Rittenhouse Salad
- Queens Village Quinoa Salad
- Walnut Street Chicken Salad
- Old City Turkey Burger
- Broad Street Taco
- Fairmount Bowl
- Market Street Pizza
- South Street Sandwich
- Antipasti Salad
- German Potato Salad
- Terra Root Chips
- Hand Twisted Large Bavarian Pretzel
As for beverages, DRWC is bringing in local breweries, cideries and distilleries to fill the bar. The bar will include offerings from Kurant, which produces their cider from 100% fresh pressed apples, mostly from Pennsylvania. Expect to find exclusive ciders poured only at Cherry Street Pier. Cocktails also feature Philadelphia spirits including Manatawny Still Works and Philadelphia Distilling. Specialty cocktails will include the Cherry St. Mule (Kiki Vodka with cherry juice, lime, and ginger beer) and the Pier 9 Punch (Five Saints Whiskey, chai tea, lemon juice, apple cider, and club soda). DRWC is also working with the local team at Artisan’s Cellar to create a draft wine system.