Owner and Chef Alex Capasso now operates West Side Gravy in the same Haddon Avenue Space as sister restaurant,…More Blackbird Dining Establishment.
West Side Gravy, which originally occupied the entire space alone, now is now housed next to Blackbird. The two are housed in the same space, but are separated and remain two completely private, individual restaurants—and dining experiences.
Located at 714 Haddon Avenue in Collingswood, West Side Gravy offers a more casual atmosphere than Blackbird, and serves up classic, American-Contemporary Comfort Foods.
Every week, from Tuesday through Friday, come enjoy one of West Side Gravy's daily lunch specials for just $6.95.
Also a weekly staple, stop in every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to sample one of West Side Gravy's brunch specials.
Blackbird has since moved from its original, 619 Collings Avenue, location, to its new location at 714 Haddon Avenue.…More The restaurant has been operating for a total of four years between both locations, reopening most recently on Haddon Avenue in February of 2011.
One thing that sets the Blackbird apart from other restaurants in its class—its unique, French-style table service. A great place for a romantic dinner, Blackbird is also just as suitable for a friendly, group night-out.
Specializing in homemade pasta—Blackbird's potato gnocchi won Philly Magazine's Best Pasta Dish in 2009—the restaurant also has plenty of other Franco-Italian cuisine dishes to choose from, including tasty seafood options.
Owner Alex Capasso doubles as Blackbird's executive chef. Capasso also owns West Side Gravy, which is now located in the same space as sister restaurant Blackbird—at 714 Haddon Avenue.
Every Thursday night, enjoy Blackbird's Rib Eye Special, which serves up three courses for just $18.95.