Pala’a – Ceviche, fish arepas and chupe dominate the menu at Ardmore’s casual Latin American seafooder. Eaters can also sample fried plantain sandwiches and salmon tartar. 18 W. Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, (484) 413-2392
Ardmore PA - Brothers Joseph and Antoine Amrani are sweetening up Downtown Ardmore with the opening of French pastry and chocolate shop Delice et Chocolat at 7 Station Road. Ardmore's newest eatery features pastries, danish, cakes and artisan chocolates made on location, along with an espresso bar, smoothies, sandwiches, salads and house-made quiche.
Easton Pa - Dickey's Barbecue Pit opens in Easton Thursday, March 2 with four weeks of specials and giveaways, including free barbecue for a year for three lucky guests. To enter to win, guests can either like the DickeysEaston Facebook page and post using hashtag #1FreeYearofBBQ, order online or sign up for the Big Yellow Cup Club to receive loyalty points and members-only specials.
Historic Downtown Phoenixville, PA - Sand Castle Winery, the European vinifera estate vineyard in Bucks County, is pleased to announce the reopening and reconceptualization of TASTE (236 Bridge Street; 484-924-9530). Situated in the heart of historic downtown Phoenixville, TASTE, the former wine and small plates retail store has been transformed into a chic vegan restaurant, featuring savory and elegant comfort food, with the emphasis on proteins.
King of Prussia, PA.– King of Prussia has become more exciting with the addtion of Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar's bold, fresh new flavors of Latin America to the public on Friday, Sept. 30 2016. Inspired by the tempting cuisines of Central and South America, Cuba and the Latin Caribbean, Paladar’s King of Prussia Town Center location will be its first to come to the Pennsylvania market.
King of Prussia, PA - Chefs are the rock stars of the 21st century (or at least this part of it.) It doesn’t even matter where they’re doing it. I’ve watched street food shift from a blue collar staple to a respected culinary endeavor. Last year, Michelin awarded its coveted star to two noodle stalls in its inaugural Singapore edition. This isn’t a fad, either. It’s evolution. We’re in the middle of a food truck revolution, and that makes it a great time to be a foodie.