New in Town
Grain Craft Bar + Kitchen has taken over the former Half Moon Restaurant & Saloon in Kennett Square. The menu includes shareable plates like beer-cheese fondue, nachos, wings and flatbreads, plus salads, burgers, fish tacos and short-rib ravioli. Look for plenty of craft beer, too. Grain’s Newark location has 24 taps and 50 bottles. Other highlights include a large communal table, live music on weekends, and great views of downtown Kennett from the rooftop deck.
On Aug. 27, Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El in Wynnewood hosts Hava NaGrilla, the Mid-Atlantic’s first-ever kosher barbecue competition and festival. Twenty teams will compete under the Kansas City Barbeque Society guidelines—and the exacting scrutiny of kosher supervisors.
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Outer Banks favorite Duck Donuts will open this month in the King of Prussia Town Center. Customers can choose their coatings, toppings and drizzles.
Also coming to the Town Center is California’s Habit Burger Grill, with a menu that features burgers, salads, sandwiches, shakes and fries. It’s the chain’s first Pennsylvania outpost.