Two local beers crack Playboy’s 10 Best Microbrews in America: Victory Pils came in at No. 2 and Tröegs Tröegenator Double Bock at No. 7. » Frazer’s Yamashiro is no more, but with Cosimo taking its place, I doubt anyone is grieving. The new place sounds more hip, with 40 wines by the glass, five craft beers, a bar menu ($9-$15), and upscale American dinner entrées priced at $25-$34. 209 Lancaster Ave., Malvern (but I’m still calling it Frazer); (610) 647-1233. » April 2-May 1, see the photographs of Spring Mill Café’s Michèle Haines on display at La Colombe Rittenhouse; a reception is scheduled for April 20 from 7 to 9 p.m. 130 S. 19th St., Philadelphia; (215) 565-0860. » Hoping to draw from local colleges, Milkboy Coffee has added a second location at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute. The format will be similar to the Ardmore spot, with live music five or six nights a week. » And why does Food Source in Bryn Mawr throw out its artisan bread at the end of the day? There’s probably a reason. But isn’t there a better use for it?