Nomad Pizza | Tom Grim and Stalin Bedon will debut their second Nomad Pizza, in the former Horizons, on Friday, Feb. 10. The partners, who already run one restaurant in Hopewell, N.J., in addition to an oven-outfitted REO Speedwagon, are sticklers about the quality of their ingredients, sourcing everything organic (down to Parm and pepperoni) with a heavy local focus. Their pizza menu, comprising more than 10 wood-fired pies, is joined by a selection of apps and salads, plus wine and craft beer lists. More on Meal Ticket. 611 S. Seventh St., 215-238-0900, nomadpizzaco.com.
Paris Wine Bar | Terry Berch McNally has opened this Gallic-themed wine bar in the space adjacent to her stalwart London Grill. (London, France — eh, eh?) Though the décor and revamped menu are French-leaning (eat chef Michael McNally's grilled calf's liver or cassoulet), the wine here, served via draft system, comes exclusively from Pennsylvania. Producers in Lehigh, Berks, York and Chester counties are kegging their juice for Paris, which in turn offers pours at killer prices ($6.50 to $9.50). The wine bar launches tonight with live jazz; it'll operate Thursday to Sunday from 4 to midnight. More on Meal Ticket. 2303 Fairmount Ave., 215-978-4545, londongrill.com/paris.
Bierstube Tsingtau | Mike Naessens of Eulogy (136 Chestnut St.) has converted Old City Asian Bistro into a German beer bar, serving a unique Eurofied draft list and traditional food from chef Richard DiPietro (knockwurst, Wiener schnitzel, etc.). If you're wondering where Tsingtau, an archaic spelling for the Chinese city of Tsingtao (a la the beer), comes into play, the plan is for the space to reflect the pre-World War II German occupation of the seaport town (heady, I know). Thus, the still-in-the-works bottom level will be Asian-themed. More on Meal Ticket. 206 Market St., 215-922-2958, mybierstube.com.