It took some nudging on social media, but we made a return visit to Fork & Ale in Douglassville. And it was even better the second time.
Kathryn’s Grille in Douglassville has been open for two months. It’s a restaurant with potential, but it has some work to do to figure out exactly what it is.
Julie and I use the Labor Day holiday as an excuse to dine out for breakfast. So we stopped in at Brooks Cafe for banana nut pancakes and Hawaiian bread French toast.
In December, Fork and Ale opened after a two-year renovation of the former Tim’s Ugly Mug in Douglassville. The result is more than just another bar, it’s a true gastropub with craft food and drink.
Since first visiting in 2014, we have enjoyed many meals at Emily’s so we had high expectations on our first trip to its sister restaurant, the Yellow House Hotel. After an excellent meal, it’s safe to say it lived up to expectations.
Homemade ravioli and classic Italian cooking are what keep patrons filing in to Vincenzo’s in Amityville. We visited on a busy Saturday night for a taste of the restaurant’s specialties.
Willoughby’s transforming into upscale steakhouse; Lil Chatterbox Cafe opens in Robesonia; Roby House closes for renovations; Fork & Ale opening delayed; Junior League hosting Brews & BBQ; and VF Outlet Food Truck Festival winners announced.