Suburban Snacks Including Blue Bell, Downingtown, West Chester, Cape May & More

Farmer’s Daughter

The attractive Farmer’s Daughter opened last Friday in Blue Bell. Chef Corey Fair is bringing a fresh and local concept to the restaurant at the Normandy Farm Hotel.

Avalon Restaurant’s owner and chef John Brandt-Lee is opening a second restaurant this spring in Downingtown. Avalon’s Pasta Bistro will takeover the former Jasper on Lancaster Avenue. The menu will feature homemade pasta, flatbreads, salads, cheeses and antipasta. Pastas will all be under $20 and a four-course tasting menu including the chef’s signature 15-item antipasti platter will be $40.

South Philadelphia institution Sarcone’s is opening a hoagie shop at 230 West Market Street in West Chester this Friday morning. [West Chester Dish]

Hogfish Bar & Grill is going in front of the Radnor Design Review Board on Wednesday, March 9th. [Main Line Restaurant Guide]

Veteran restaurateur Tony Clark is getting back into the game with a Cape May restaurant. Tony Clark’s Old Grange Restaurant is looking to open in April. [The Insider]

The Pineville Tavern will appear Monday on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Executive Chef and owner Drew Abruzzese will be showing Guy Fieri what goes into making the tavern’s signature Snapper Soup and meat ravioli and marinara sauce.