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Goat Hollow

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


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.

We've got the menus. All you have to do is make your choice.

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Brunch Sessions are Back in Mount Airy


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


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]