Dig Into These November Dining Updates Around the Main Line

From Phoenixville to King of Prussia, here are the latest food happenings on the Main Line.

Photo by Ed Williams

A charming cafe in Unionville, a big anniversary for a Conshohocken favorite, a cider spot in Chestnut Hill and more make the month delicious.

Jessie Mooberry and Soren Rubin are the two locally minded types behind Farmer & Co., a new cafe and artisanal market in Unionville. Formerly Foxy Loxy, the 1820 Victorian-style digs now provide a charming setting for savoring chouxnuts, custom cakes, breakfast bars sweetened with honey and maple syrup, healthy energy balls, and various caffeinated creations. Market options include beef from Green Valley Farms in Avondale, pork from Landenberg’s Fox Penn Farms, and cheese and eggs from nearby Doe Run Farm in Unionville.

A custom treat from Farmer & Co.
A custom treat from Farmer & Co. Photo by Ed Williams.

You’ll also find Éclat chocolates and Turk’s Head small-batch hot sauce, both out of West Chester; Swarmbustin’ Honey from a family apiary in West Grove; and fresh beans from Philadelphia’s Elixr Coffee. And don’t miss the vegan and gluten-free goodies and pastries from OsoSweet Bakery Cafe in Chadds Ford. As the weather gets colder, warm up with house-made soups like paleo chili, andouille sausage gumbo, garden tomato, and vegetable with heirloom grains. 5 Cemetery Lane, Unionville, (610) 347-0209, farmerand.co.

More Nibbles: Perennial Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs winner Spring Mill Cafe is celebrating its 45th anniversary. The French BYOB began on a humble note, serving lunch to just five tables in a small back room at the current Conshohocken location. After taking over the former antique store in the front, the cafe expanded to dinner service five days a week, and it’s been thriving ever since…Italian marketplace and cooking school chain Eataly is planning a food hall with a full-scale restaurant and more at King of Prussia Mall in 2025…Cider Belly recently debuted in Chestnut Hill. Matt and Kim Vendeville’s taproom serves the hard stuff made with local apples, striving to mirror the ambiance they’ve experienced at pubs and lodgings in England, Ireland and Scotland. … And after more than two years, Erin Morrison has closed his Peter Clark’s Kitchen in West Chester due to family obligations.

Our Best of the Main Line Elimination Ballot is open through February 22!