Suburban Snacks: New Bakery, New Brewery

French Culinary Institute graduate Chef Lila Colello has opened Brulee Bakery, an online operation that provides fresh baked goods and desserts to the Philadelphia area. Every Saturday Colello materializes out of the online world and makes an appearance at the Overbrook Farms Farmers’ Market at Lancaster and City Avenue. Head there to check out her tarts, macarons and more. [Brulee Bakery]

The new Tröegs Brewery in Hershey is already brewing beer. Monday saw the opening of the retail store and next Monday should see the opening of the tasting bar. Bryan Kolesar shares more in his exclusive tour. [Brew Lounge]

Melt Down has opened in North Wales. The restaurant is dedicated to humble and loved grilled cheese sandwich. [Melt Down]

The Mad Mex chain is expanding in the area. Look for their Willow Grove location to open on Moreland Avenue next month. [Facebook]

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  • FC

    Yay, Melt Down!!! Their Santa Fe Chicken melt was pretty good! And their Choco shake hit the spot.