Four local eateries have made the list of 15 new restaurants in the Philadelphia suburbs to try out this summer, writes Ed Williams for Main Line Today.
Gryphon Café in West Chester has done an amazing job in renovating the former Mad Platter location, wowing visitors with exposed brick, original flooring, and rediscovered skylights. The coffee is made from their own beans, while breakfast and lunch sandwiches are made onsite.
Meanwhile, the Creamery at the Farmhouse Coffee & Espresso Bar in Downingtown offers delicious ice cream, shakes, and waffles. A country-chic vibe adds to the atmosphere and provides a great place to chill for a while.
Stone House Grille, a farm-to-table BYOB in Phoenixville, touts a locally sourced and seasonal menu with something for everyone. Among the many tasty offerings are omelettes for breakfast, burgers for lunch, and grilled bavette steak for dinner.
Purebread Deli in Kennett Square offers great-tasting sandwiches named after various dog breeds. These include the delicious Jack Russell with chicken, bacon, cheddar, and peppercorn ranch served on grilled cheddar bread. The eatery also offers soups, salads, and a kids’ menu.
Read more about the 15 new restaurants in the suburbs to try out this summer in Main Line Today here.