Suburban Snacks: Art of Bread, Sound Down, $20 Mondays in Bryn Mawr
Georges Perrier’s Art of the Bread will be opening on June 1st in Narberth. The bakery-cafe will serve breakfast pastries, light fare, salads, sandwiches, Illy coffee, cakes and of course bread. The bread will be baked twice daily and pastries will come direct
Cantina Feliz got a very nice two-bell review from Craig LaBan but as is LaBan’s wont, he smacked them for the noise levels where he noted that the noise can hit 92 decibels without a full room. So Cantina Feliz is installing acoustic tiles in the front and back dining rooms in order to bring the noise level down 25%. Chef Tim Spinner will be monitoring the success with an iPhone based decibel reading app.
Verdad in Bryn Mawr is extending their Monday meal deal through June. It’s $20 for three-courses picked from the left side of the menu. Seems like the perfect bite before taking in a movie at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute next door.
Main Line Dish brings home the pies from Bake 425 and tries out the bake-at-home pizzas. [Main Line Dish]
Columbus Inn in Delaware has a new chef in Ross Essner. Essner rings a bell as he bought Django from Aimee Olexy and Bryan Sikora. Former Columbus Inn chef Chris D’Ambro is now in the kitchen at Olexy’s Talula’s Garden. [Second Helpings]