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The Best Food and Drink in Media 2013

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Bar → Diego’s Cantina & Tequila Bar  
Perfectly crafted cocktails and spot-on specialty drinks are just the tip of the refreshing, Mexican-themed iceberg at Media’s ultimate fiesta bar. Talented mixologists create every drink with care, and the service is almost as impressive as their tequila selection. 214 W. State St., Media, (484) 442-8741, diegos-cantina.com.

Breakfast → Seven Stones Café  
This quirky café offers La Colombe coffee and scrumptious breakfast options like the Medi Sandwich, with egg, spinach, roasted red peppers and feta cheese. 24 S. Plum St., Media, (610) 627-2077, sevenstonescafe.com.

BYOB → La Na  
La Na’s artful approach to French-Thai cuisine keeps patrons coming back. Think Cornish hen stuffed with Thai yellow rice and spiked with a Grand Marnier honey sauce, and perhaps the most authentic rendition of drunken noodles you’ll find anywhere. 33 W. State St., Media, (610) 892-7787, lanabyob.com.

Cheesesteak → Little Anthony’s  
A friendly staff and the ideal cheese-to-meat ratio have locals talking big about Little Anthony’s. 8 W. State St., Media, (610) 565-1117, littleanthonysmedia.com.

Ice Cream → Front Street Fountain  
This eats-and-treats joint serves all the old-style soda fountain favorites, including massive sundaes with rich hot fudge, creative milkshakes, soda floats and even egg creams. It’s no wonder kids love this place. 1 W. Front St., Media, (610) 565-4130, frontstreetfountain.com.

Pizza → Apollo Pizza  
A beacon of excellence among square-pie pretenders, Apollo’s Sicilian-style pizza has been a longtime staple in downtown Media. The buttery, boxy crust lures you in, and the subtly sweet signature sauce and Wisconsin Colby cheese keep you coming back. 40 E. State St., Media, (610) 565-3883, apollopizza.com.

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