Around the Web: New Spots

Apples, and Cheese Please comes back with a pleasing report on Downingtown’s Station Taproom. [Apples, and Cheese Please]

Mom and Dad take Two Eat Philly out to the brand new Tweed where the fish shines but other dishes struggle. [Two Eat Philly]

Mac & Cheese takes a look at the new-ish Cooperage from the point of view of a vegetarian Southerner. She is not very impressed. [Mac & Cheese]

CE Phood takes an early look at the food at Head House and has good things to say about the Asian-inspired bar snacks. The mussels and some of the other options, there’s trepidation there. [CE Phood]

Two Eat Philly finds sushi they like at Doma on Callowhill. [Two Eat Philly]

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  • Bad Andy

    Whoever writes ‘Mac & Cheese’ is a moron. Start eating meat and then start trying to be a restaurant writer. If not, stick to ‘Yelp’ and leave the rest to the pros.

  • Willie

    What’s your problem with the review of Cooperage – because she’s a vegetarian? It seems her problems with the food there are independent of her vegetarianism – all the fried stuff looks like it was cooked to hell & back. I would have sent that stuff back if it was me – fried to blackness is not ok.
    You’ve got to wonder how plates that are obviously burnt make it out to the dining room in the first place. The expo person should catch that.

  • Barry G

    @Bad Andy, it’s a personal blog; the writer does not claim to be a professional restaurant reviewer. If Craig Laban goes gluten free and keeps writing review, then come back and complain.