PHILADELPHIA - Chef Randy Rucker, formerly of Bootsie's Heritage in Tomball, Texas. An accomplished chef is opening River Twice with his wife, Amanda Rucker.
River Twice New American Fare
Located in the heart of Passyunk Avenue, River Twice is a New American restaurant dedicated to sharing the region's bounty. With a modern twist on regional cuisine, the menu focuses on seasonal ingredients, such as venison, wild salmon, and steamed mussels. Its dedication to sharing local and seasonal ingredients puts it a step above other contemporary restaurants. Here, you can dine on seasonal favorites and order a tasting menu.
The food at River Twice is sure to satisfy all palates. Owner/Chef Randy Rucker emphasizes local ingredients and seasonal ingredients. The menu is continually changing and will reflect the region's current events. Though the menu is final, Rucker was reluctant to reveal any specific dishes ahead of time because he wanted to wait to see what made-in-PA items would be available.
The restaurant is known for its southern style and ingredients. The southern chef's southern influences can be found in the menu, which changes frequently and incorporates fresh, local ingredients. The chefs emphasize the comfort of their guests and the quality of the food.
It's a great place to go for lunch or dinner. Their dishes are served in beautiful, modern settings, and the prices are reasonable. If you're looking for a heavenly experience, you should visit it soon. Located at 1601 East Passyunk Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19148