Archive for March, 2007


Legal Sea Foods Opens in KoP

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

The first area location of Legal Sea Foods is now open (as of 3/14) in the King of Prussia Court. Although to most it is just another chain, to us it’s a blast from the past.


Legal Sea Foods

Alba open Sundays

Wednesday, March 21st, 2007

Restaurant Alba is now open Sundays. Although seemingly minor, this is actually pretty exciting news, as there are not too many good BYOBs in the area open on Sunday nights.

I’ll bet you need a reservation too — I once tried to walk in to Alba on a Tuesday at 8pm and got the only table that was not reserved.

MilkBoy Spawns Bryn Mawr Location

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

MilkBoy Coffee, the popular coffeshop/acoustic cafe in Ardmore, has opened a second location in Bryn Mawr, next to Carmine’s and the movie theater (824 West Lancaster Ave).

Oh, and if you’re wondering, still no word on The Point resurfacing in a new location. At this point we can’t really say we are optimistic.

[more milkboy]

Shades of Django to ChesCo

Friday, March 9th, 2007

Talula’s Table opened this week in Kennett Square (State and Union Streets, 610-444-8255); it is a  market with in-store-baked pastry and breads, house-cured sausages and pickles, artisan cheeses, coffee bar, prepared foods, etc. from the former owners of Philly BYOB trailblazer Django. Though aimed at take-out patrons, there’s also a “farmhouse” table where 10 patrons can sit & eat (can be reserved for dinner). Open daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Read more at philly.com

Nectar Magic

Monday, March 5th, 2007

Nectar has started a neat little promotion called the “Magic Table”, where the chefs will pick one table per night to give a complimentary appetizer and dessert of the chef’s choosing. More here.