Restaurant Roundup: Manny's Place to Vic and Dean's
Patch reviews Manny's Place, Fellini's, Pizzi's Pizza, A Taste of Philly, Du Jour, Casey's, Upper Providence Grille, Golden Crust, Phoebe's BBQ and Vic and Dean's
Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?
Narberth-Bala Cynwyd Patch brought you the details of Manny’s Place Thursday. A fantastic crab cake, cinnamon scented sweet potatoes, a heavenly chicken pot pie and more are what await you at this carryout paradise. The food is well prepared and affordable considering that it’s restaurant quality. Click here for the review.
If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week:
An Italian native mans the stove and is the man behind the menu at Fellini Café Trattoria. Click here for the Meet the Chef/Owner.
Pizza, beer, fantastic gyro specials and plenty of seating are just some of the great perks of this place. The Greek style pizza is thicker and heartier and so delicious. Click here for the review.
An industry vet and nurse decide to go into business for themselves by opening up a Philly pretzel shop. They are an integral part of the community and are still going strong after seven years. Click here for the Meet the Chef.
Deliciousness in all forms at any time of the day. Stop in for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. There’s even a full bar if you’re in the mood for a cocktail. Click here for the review.
An abundant menu featuring creatures from the sea and land is a feature of this local spot. Friendly service with a smile and a respectable wine list are added perks. Click here for the review.
If you’re in the mood for a cocktail, a steak or a killer iceberg wedge salad, step into this old fashioned restaurant that calls to mind steakhouses of yesterday. Click here for the review.
Pizza, wings, seafood platters and even breakfast are available here. The large dining room and availability of freshly baked desserts make it an ideal locale for pizza night with the family. Click here for the review.
Good BBQ, delicious (though not always vegetarian) side dishes and a big open dining area are the pluses of this place. There’s an all you can eat BBQ night on Tuesdays and numerous lunch and dinner specials. Click here for the review.
No, it’s not the headline of a rat pack concert, it’s a neighborhood pizza shop that serves up so much more than just pizza. Check out the pizalads for something familiar yet completely different at the same time. Click here for the review.