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to Georges’; Enters Retirement
He’s exited the fold at his Main Line restaurants, and by all accounts, headed for retirement.
Reward Posted For Baby Cow Stolen From Hope’s Cookies
Last time the little heifer went missing, it turned up at fraternity house.
Circles Thai Headed For the Main Line; Starr Alums to Twinkle in South Jersey
The burbs continue blowing up with new places to eat.
Farmers Markets Avert Main Line Food Desert; Fake CSAs Inspire Vigilance on the
Plus: New Jersey diners discover their inner locavores; and Whole Foods pledges to stop selling fish from ecologically damaging sources, all in our morning news roundup.
Looks Like Solomonov and Cook are Bound For the Burbs
The new restaurant and catering company will specialize in glatt kosher European-Jewish cuisine.
Paramour Will House Several Different Concepts Under One Roof
The new spot will offer several different settings inside the historic Main Line hotel.
Joe’s Crab Shack Seeks Approval For a New Driveway; Butter Makes You Feel
Plus: Prospective chef’s learn that few high-paying jobs await them after culinary school; and the pros and cons of McDonald’s stock, all in our morning news roundup.
Bummer on the Main Line: Avril Closes
The restaurant lasted just shy of two years.
Suburban Restaurants Experience a Crime Wave
Seriously, who leaves cash and valuables out in plain sight in their cars?
Take That New York and San Francisco: America’s Best Chinese Is Right
Turns out Philly’s mainline has something over New York and San Francisco’s Chinatowns.
As One Restaurant Week Fades, Another Restaurant Week Rises
As if this latest Restaurant Week hasn’t provided enough to chew on.
Bistro Evviva Will (Re) Open this Fall in the Main Line