Archive for November, 2011

A Personal But Extensive Medley | Menagerie

A Personal But Extensive Medley | Menagerie

Nearly a decade in the grueling world of finance forced Kate Lawson to uproot her Manhattan life for one as a jewelry designer on the Main Line. Not a bad trade-off. “The next thing I knew I had 10 private clients. Then I had 20,” Lawson says. The logical next step in the evolution was […]

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Mythos Greek Restaurant/Catering

Mythos Greek Restaurant/Catering

Let Mythos Bring The “Greek” Out of You…Starting Sept. 9th Live Greek Music Every Friday Night. A Wonderful Greek Find minutes from the Center of West Chester located on Route #3. Specialties of the house: Their “Freshest” Whole Mediterranean Fish, Unique Lamb Specially Prepared Dishes, Mousaka and many more of their Home Made mouthwatering delights. […]

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Mediterranean Grill

Mediterranean Grill

With its warm and cozy atmosphere and unique flavors, Mediterranean Grill is a must if you are in Bryn Mawr. Award-winning chef/owner Tony Alidjani takes pride in serving high-quality food in a casual environment. Mediterranean Grill has a rustic character that’s hard to find on this side of the Atlantic. The Mediterranean-Persian fusion menu consists […]

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Maize Restaurant

Maize Restaurant

Why travel to Center City for exceptional dining? Maize Restaurant is a New American BYOB located right in the heart of Perkasie. Maize focuses on local, organic, and sustainable foods. Our classically-trained chef, Matt McPhelin, looks to the local farms of Bucks County for inspiration for his seasonal dishes. Pennsylvania raised meats and wild fish […]

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Gilmore’s Restaurant

Gilmore’s Restaurant

Francophiles in downtown West Chester gush over Peter Gilmore’s fantabulous BYOB, citing mouthwatering Gallic fare served by a staff that feels like family (the chef also comes out to chat) in a romantic setting.  If you crave gay Paris save yourself the flight time-and euros-and head here, N.B. weeknight (Weds & Thurs) seatings are every […]

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Chabaa Thai Bistro

Chabaa Thai Bistro

Chabaa Thai Bistro embodies the friendly, lighthearted and genuine character of the Thai people. Through the cooking, you will experience the charming tradition, rich culture and peaceful lifestyle. It is our wish to preserve authentic Thai cuisine with it’s elaborate preparations and fresh herbs and spices. Chabaa is the only Thai BYOB in Manayunk. (Visit […]

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APERTO

APERTO

APERTO is the quintessential neighborhood restaurant. Offering a well-rounded menu of regional American and European-inspired cuisine in a comfortable, casually-upscale atmosphere. From house-made mozzarella, pastas and gnocchi to delicately-prepared seafood, Aperto, in modern fashion, places an emphasis on a lighter style of cooking with fresh ingredients. Our knowledgeable staff, the open kitchen and the wine-friendly […]

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Make Your Resolution Stick

Make Your Resolution Stick

Before 2012 ends with another empty promise, reevaluate your priorities. By Todd Soura New Year’s resolutions seem to reflect equal parts guilt, from holiday binge drinking and eating, and hope, that a fresh start is all the catalyst that’s needed to truly bring one’s life into focus once and for all. Regardless of your motives, […]

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A Recipe for Longevity

A Recipe for Longevity

Forget asking for fuzzy socks or a flatscreen. This year, Cindy Benamy, a registered nurse and the founder and owner of Talk Healthy To Me, suggests adding the gift of good health to your holiday wish list. “You can add years to your life if you eat healthy,” says Benamy, who’s also a holistic health […]

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‘Tis the Season to Lose Your Sanity

‘Tis the Season to Lose Your Sanity

Between the hurried shopping, endless spending and coping with agitated strangers and relatives, the holidays can take their toll. A survival guide to get you to the new year. By Laurie Palau All the decking the halls, not to mention navigating congested mall parking lots and hosting—how to put this delicately?—challenging relatives, can turn the […]

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