Slow Hand, which opened last spring on North Church Street in West Chester, is designed to look like a pub but with a poster of country singer Conway Twitty, instead of a television, adorning the wall, writes Michael Klein for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
The singer’s image found its place in the new restaurant, thanks to the youthful obsession of co-owner Josh McCullough with Twitty’s cover of the song “Slow Hand.”
The eclectic menu is prepared by co-owner and chef Craig Russell.
Some of the offerings include Nashville-style chicken, crab tartine in a gribiche over sourdough, carrots roasted with an assortment of seasoning, and shishito peppers with lemon aioli. There are also sautéed wild mushrooms topped with a soft-cooked egg, a favorite of many patrons.
Among the fun drinks available is Hello Darlin’ – made with apple brandy, Disaronno, cranberry, and rosemary syrup. There are also plenty of wines and craft beer available at the restaurant and bar, much of them from local wineries and breweries.
Read more about Slow Hand in The Philadelphia Inquirer here.