Revolution House Marketing Interview with Small Business Saturday
Please watch our Small Business Saturday Marketing Interview with Revolution House in Philadelphia.
When Luca Sena, Sr. and his co-founder John Poulos first laid eyes on what was formally known as Snow White Diner, they knew the location was perfect for a eclectic and unique restaurant, where they could blend their traditional Italian cuisine with American classics. With the name Revolution House, not only are they paying homage to Philadelphia’s prominent role in the American Revolution, but also spinning it to depict the type of “revolutionary” menu items.
The building that now houses the restaurant/bar was constructed in 1798 as the Quaker Friends Meetinghouse. So when they acquired the help of famed photographer Dominic Episcopo, their mission was to maintain the same sort of historic feel and ambiance. They have certainly achieved that aesthetic, from the inlaid vintage skeleton keys, reclaimed Lancaster pine which forms a beautiful American flag, and a massive chandelier with an America Eagle as the center feature.
The interior design is elegant and intriguing, however, Chef Sena, Jr’s food is absolutely the star of the show. The focal point of the entire restaurant has to be the large wood oven which dominates the entryway. All customers are immediately greeted by this behemoth, which was constructed by a world-renown Italian masonry expert. Fifteen years later, Chef Sena is pumping out everything from flatbreads to cheesesteak rolls in this wood-fired piece of art.
So make sure to check out the rest of the menu, including the staff favorite Chicken Pineapple Flatbread, at www.revolutionhouse.com or visit them on Facebook (@200RevolutionHouse) and Instagram (@RevHouse200). Also, make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for all future Small Business Saturday features, as well as information on the latest digital marketing news and tutorials to increase your business’s online presence.