Goat Hollow

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  • 300 West Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Philadelphia, PA
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Mt. Airy Brunch Sessions – Holiday Edition

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Mt. Airy’s Brunch Sessions is back again for the holiday season – on Saturday, December 6th and Sunday, December 7th. The deal includes seven different restaurant options.

So what exactly is Mt. Airy’s Brunch Sessions? Just scrape together $16, pick a restaurant, and enjoy a three-course brunch featuring off-menu items.




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Brunch Sessions are Back in Mount Airy

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Brunch Sessions are back and better (plus cheaper) than ever. This Saturday, July 12th and Sunday, July 13th seven restaurants will host the summer-themed edition of Brunch Sessions: Four Seasons of Prix Fixe. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., participating restaurants will offer three-courses of seasonally inspired brunch, some of which are prepared just for the event, for just $16. From Latin flavor to Southern comfort and a retro 50s diner to an intimate BYO, Mt. Airy’s Brunch Sessions will surely draw a crowd of food lovers of all kinds.

And this year there’s a new kid on the block: Cresheim Valley Grain Exchange. Not only a newbie to the event, but to Mt. Airy as well, this restaurant at 7152 Germantown Avenue will serve up country classics, like Southern buttermilk fried chicken, cheeseburgers and hand-cut fries for guests to enjoy.




Plus if you're not too stuffed, the fun continues throughout the day with live music, beer tastings - located at 7401 Germantown Avenue - shopping and much more.

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The Plain Truth: Goat Hollow

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Trey Popp finds much of Goat Hollow to be hit-or-miss but he still seems to like it.

This warm and unassuming spot has enough going for it to balance out its middling ambitions and occasional flops. After all, there’s a time for fennel-pollen mortadella and vinegar-shrub cocktails, and there’s a time for a solid bowl of mussels, a top-notch beer list, and a heaping $6 kid’s plate of orecchiette bolognese. Because above all, a neighborhood spot should know how to take care of the neighbors, and Neil Campbell’s second restaurant (after Old City’s Race Street Cafe) has the knack.

Two Stars – Good

Philadelphia Restaurant Review: Hit-or-Miss Charm at Goat Hollow [Philadelphia Magazine]
Goat Hollow [Official Site]

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