Restaurant Roundup: The Paddock at Devon to Agiato
Patch reviews The Paddock at Devon, Di Bruno Brothers, Bravo Pizza, The Valley Green Inn, Nais Cuisine, HoneyBaked Ham Café, Rita’s Italian Ice, Rocco’s Italian Ice, Pescatore, The Persian Grill, Secret-Ingredient and Agiato.
Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?
Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch brought you the details of The Paddock at Devon Thursday. While some of the specials may seem a bit dated, reliable stand-bys like calamari, grilled chicken and penne and cheesesteak spring rolls are well worth the trip. Click here for the review.
If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
A gourmand’s mecca, Di Bruno Brothers is known for their high quality products and commitment to excellent. Try the herb roasted turkey, roast beef, fresh mozzarella and broccoli rabe. Click here for the review.
Stop in for the two slice and drink special. If you’re feeling extra healthy, try the veggie slice. It’s got more vegetables than your local salad bar. Click here for the review.
Stop in for lunch, brunch or dinner. The grill cook knows exactly how to prepare a medium rare burger. The New Zealand calamari is tasty as well. Click here for the review.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind at this heavily French restaurant. Don’t worry the service is unbelievably friendly. Make sure to bring your favorite bottle of wine, this BYOB has fine dishes that beg to be paired with wine. Click here for the review.
Wonderfully thick and delicious glazed ham that is perfectly sliced every time, HoneyBaked Ham has patented their deliciousness. Stop in for some of the best ham you’ll ever eat. Click here for the review.
A local woman with an entrepreneurial spirit spent ten summers working every station of her local Rita’s and now she owns one. She grew up making pasta with her father but now all she sees is Italian ice. Click here for the Meet the Owner.
Step right up for a cool refreshing treat. Relish some tasty water ice, soft serve or both! Summer just isn’t summer without water ice, at least in Philly…Click here for the review.
A South Philly guy grows up in the restaurant and seafood business. It’s only natural that he proceeds to open up his own seafood restaurant. The residents of the Main Line are the luckier for it. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
Authentic Persian fare which combines wonderful sweet and savory elements are on the menu here. Try the Shereen Polo or chicken sultani for a different spin on poultry. Click here for the review.
This go getter stay at home mom turned down the Restaurant School to open her own personal chef business. Her clients love her energy, her healthy cooking and positive demeanor. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
Feel like you’re walking into a rustic Italian villa and enjoy delicious meats, cheese, breads and every combination of those ingredients at this fantastic eatery. Be sure to check out the excellent wine and beer lists as well. Click here for the review.