If you’ve ever walked past the requisite bar/restaurant in 30th Street Station — it’s called Bridgewater’s Pub, btw — and paused to ponder the appearance of yak or poutine on the chalkboard out front, you’ve been admiring the handiwork of exec chef Michael Zulli. Thing is, you’d have to be in 30th Street Station in the first place. Well now, in a promising turn of events, Zulli has taken over the struggling kitchen at the South Philadelphia Tap Room, where the vibe and beer has always been far better than the food, with the sole exception of the boar burrito. That dish may be gone, and the Tap Room’s website may still have their old menu posted, but you can peep the new one here. The dishes are soulfully freaky, from a bear-bacon BLT and ostrich kabobs to a blue cheese boar burger and scallop sliders. And yes, poutine, which is otherwise only available at Bridgewater’s and, uh, the Kildare’s in Headhouse Square. To celebrate this new phase, the Tap Room has dropped this here ad spoofing The Office into a full page of CP (and reportedly PW soon). It’s on their Myspace page too, so you know they mean business. As anyone who went to the Tap Room during their half-price Beer Week brunch can attest, the place had everything going for it but the food. Now? It just may be unstoppable. Deliciously unstoppable.