Saint Aloysius Catholic Elementary School in Pottstown (Montgomery County) will relocate its campus to the former Saint Pius X High School building with the beginning with the 2017-2018 academic year.
Philadelphia, PA - Princeton, NJ recently ranked 2nd in the nation as one of the best small cities in the country on Wallethub. With small cities growing 10 percent faster than the nation as a whole since 2000, the personal-finance website WalletHub took an in-depth look at 2016’s Best Small Cities in America.
King of Prussia - b.good, a healthier fast casual restaurant, has opened its 4th local restaurant in the new King of Prussia Town Center, 200 West Main Street, near King of Prussia Mall. b.good specializes in house-ground burgers, kale and grain bowls, home-made veggie burgers, seasonal salads, fresh fruit/vegetable smoothies, and hand-cut fries-from local farms and producers.
King of Prussia, PA - Mistral is the second restaurant concept created by Scott Anderson, who also oversees Mistral’s sister restaurant "elements" in Princeton, celebrated for its indulgent tasting menus, open kitchen concept and extraordinary service. Opinioned About Dining recently named elements #27 on a list of the Top 100 Restaurants in the U.S. Both Mistral and elements are also annually awarded in NJ Monthly’s 25 Best Restaurants in NJ list, including the most recent 2016 roundup.
We were lucky enough to spend this past Saturday, September 10th with with the Garces Foundation and Chef Jose Garces at Luna Farm in Ottsville, Bucks County, PA for one of our last barbecues of summer 2016. This barbecue picnic allowed guests to enjoy the beautiful scenery, good food, and learn more about the Garces Foundation and Luna Farm.
Fogo de Chão today announced the opening of its newest restaurant on Thursday, July 21 in the heart of King of Prussia Town Center. The King of Prussia location will feature all of the company’s new menu innovations, such as Gaucho Lunch, Brazilian Brunch and Bar Fogo, allowing guests new, exciting ways to experience the restaurant. Located at 155 Main Street, this will be the second Fogo de Chão in the Philadelphia-area, and first restaurant to open at Town Center.