the main course main line today magazine blogs dining food wine the town dish December 2013
Whether you're in the mood for a nice dinner or a night of dancing, these Main Line spots host celebrations to ring in the new year.
Make 2014 a culinary year to remember by jump-starting your dining routine with smart selections. Our pick? The New Street Catering and Golden Valley Roasters’ upcoming farm-to-table feast.
For many traditionalists, a Christmas Eve meal is not complete without eating fish—seven different kinds of fish, to be exact. Consult our latest dining guide to discover where you should be devouring the season’s seafood ...
Still need that “special” gift for the foodie in your life? We’re lining up the top 5 last-minute shops that guarantee the season’s best edible gifts.
If you’re like us, you probably can’t get through December 25 without at least one viewing of "A Christmas Story." Now, Ralphie and his misfortunes arrive a day early, courtesy of Blackfish’s film-themed feast.
Citron and Rose chef Karen Nicholas offers local foodies the best Christmas present on a plate: fried chicken and waffles. Look for it Dec. 25.
The Suburban Building-based Wayne Bar hosted its official grand opening on Dec. 6, introducing its local coffee-donut-ice cream concept to area-wide fanatics.
The latest micro-brewing operation we’re fanatically drinking up is Phoenixville’s Armstrong Ales, a brewing project backed by homebrewer-turned-pro Steve Armstrong. What’s all the fuss on these suds? Drink it up here.
Racine earns rave reviews and two Standard Tap alums open The Butcher and Barkeep in Harleysville.
Fairfield Place Shopping Center in Exton lands Dan Marino's pizza chain.
Want to prep a fresh pasta dinner without the work? West Chester’s Vera Pasta is here to help, recently debuting a brick and mortar that’ll host a daily stock of pastas, gnocchi and so much ...
A series of artisan workshops are unfolding through area-wide stores and cooking schools that’ll shape you into the ultimate holiday party-throwing host. Here’s where to go to become an entertaining pro.
Shopping for food lovers and savvy cooks this season? We’re lining up the top locally sourced, gourmet gifts that any food fanatic would love to receive this holiday.