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Weekend Brunch Specials at the Conshohocken Cafe

February 25, 2017

Brunch is on at the Conshohocken Cafe this weekend with three special dishes. It is open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The cafe is now also offering Au Fournil pastries seven days a week. See the specials below: STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE FRENCH TOAST | 13.5 (pictured above) Tall stack of brioche French toast, stuffed with cheesecake cream, topped with a […]

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Outdoor Dining Guide for the Conshohocken Area

February 24, 2017

Does the warm weather have you thinking about dining outside? There are a lot of options in the Conshohocken area and below we share all (probably just almost) of the options, from coffee shops to more upscale dining. Please note that it is still a little early in the outdoor dining season. At this point, we would call ahead and […]

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Annual Chili Cook-Off at Conshy Corner Tavern on February 25th

February 23, 2017

Conshy Corner Tavern is hosting its annual Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, February 25th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. During the event 16 oz Budweiser, Bud Light and Michelob Ultra on special for $3.75. Last year Kimberly Kmat took the top prize. There is a $10 requested donation at the door that goes to the Colonial Neighborhood Council.

Snap Custom Pizza is Opening in Conshohocken

February 23, 2017

Snap Custom Pizza is opening a location at the spot that was most recently The Local Table. As we reported earlier this month, The Local Table is seeking another location to open in Conshohocken. This will be Snap Pizza Kitchen’s sixth location. We have known this was a possibility for a few months. One of the owners called us asking if we had […]

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Watch Andy from Andy’s Diner Make the Traditional Greek Dish Moussaka

February 20, 2017

Andy Kamaratos, the owner of Andy’s Diner, was recently on an online food show called The Chef’s Kitchen. On the show, Kamaratos teaches the host how to make the traditional Greek dish Moussaka.

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Wild Game Night at Trattoria Totaro on February 23rd

February 20, 2017

Vince Totaro is hosting his famous Wild Game Night at Trattoria Totaro on Thursday, February 23rd. Each course will be paired with a craft brew sample. The multi-course menu is $56.00 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations can be made by calling (610) 828-7050. The menu is as follows: First Course Venison Vegetable Barley Soup Salad Course Sesame Ginger […]

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Fat Head’s Brewery Hop JuJu Imperial IPA Release Event at Flanigan’s Boathouse and Below Deck Bottle Shop on February 23rd

February 20, 2017

Flanigan’s Boathouse is tapping a keg and the Below Deck Bottle Shop (downstairs at the Boathouse) are both going to have Fat Head’s Brewery’s Hop JuJu Imperial IPA on Thursday, February 23rd. The Boathouse will be tapping a keg and the Below Deck Bottle Shop will be selling a very limited supply of bottles starting at 6:00 p.m. If you […]

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Weekend Brunch Specials at the Conshohocken Cafe

February 18, 2017

Brunch is on at the Conshohocken Cafe this weekend with three special dishes. It is open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The cafe is now also offering Au Fournil pastries seven days a week. See the specials below: THE CANADIAN FRENCH TOAST | 13.5 Tall stack of brioche French toast, stuffed with cinnamon sugar cream cheese, topped with maple bacon […]

New Chef, New Menu and Updated Decor at Gypsy Saloon in West Conshohocken

February 17, 2017

West Conshohocken’s Gypsy Saloon recently underwent a makeover that included bringing on a new chef, creating a new menu and updating the decor. The new chef is Tim Kane, who helped craft the menu to include dishes that vary from more of a “gastro pub” type feel to robust, pasta dishes that are geared towards sharing. Kane has more than 30 […]

At Least Two Conshohocken Restaurants Were Closed on Day Without Immigrants

February 17, 2017

El Limon and Tierra Caliente, which have the same owners, were closed on Thursday. Signs posted at each stated that they were closed due to not having sufficient staff to operate. Yesterday was the protest day “Day Without Immigrants” that closed a bunch of restaurants in the city and 16 businesses in Norristown. We didn’t drive around or take a poll, […]