Dinner at Panache Woodfire Grill in Blue Bell

Panache Woodfire Grill in Blue Bell

Panache Woodfire Grill in Blue Bell

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Panache Woodfire Grill in Blue Bell Philadelphia, PA - Panache Woodfire Grill has a flamboyant confidence style or manner. Something I aspire to have. Realtor Dana Friedman and I had met with a client about listing their home and showed the family a possible house to buy.

Panache Woodfire Grill

Tired and hungry, we decided to go to Panache Woodfire Grill in Blue Bell on the way home for a late dinner. The restaurant is across from the Blue Bell Inn. It was my first time here. I loved how the restaurant opened to an open patio that felt like an enchanting courtyard. It is a perfect setup considering Covid.

Panache also has a cheery vibe with a super-young staff. I would have loved to meet owner Habib Troud who owns Panache plus Ristorante Castello - maybe in the future.

I had my Hat Lady drink, and Dana had a pink martini drink on their seasonal cocktail menu. Dana and I did meet Lorraine Glickman, the General manager. When we met French-trained Chef Dino Boukraa, he told us about his special.

Even though we had already ordered, we added the chef's special, sea bass over vegetables topped with lobster and a lemon sauce. Even though I don't eat Sea Bass - I love lobster - it was the piece de resistance - a visual showstopper that tasted delicious. Dana also loved her Veal Oscar - Veal medallions topped with asparagus, crabmeat, and Grand Marnier sauce.

I had the fresh-made Gnocchi Potato dumplings served in tomato sauce. Another memorable dinner in a beautiful setting with fantastic company.

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Michelle Leonard

 Michelle Leonard - Your Main Line Realtor AKA The Hat Lady and Mainline Socialite.


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