Honeygrow Restaurant Opens on City Avenue

The business now has a Bala Cynwyd location and a Center City location.

The Center City Philadelphia restaurant Honeygrow opened a Bala Cynwyd location on Thursday, serving what a manager called "healthy fast food" and filling the last hole in the Bala Cynwyd Shopping Center's City Avenue-side expansion.

Next door in Honeygrow's building are AT&T and Corner Bakery, which opened last year, as did the Bryn Mawr Trust bank branch at a nearby standalone spot. All are next to City Avenue, whereas the rest of the shopping center is set back farther.

Honeygrow, debuting with a staff of roughly 25, will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., manager Wolf Williams told Patch. The restaurant's phone number is 610-667-2573 and it can be reached online at honeygrow.com and on Facebook. The address is 169 E. City Ave.

Williams said the focus is on stir-fry dishes, salads and other healthy fast food, made fresh while customers wait.

What's your impression of Honeygrow? Please tell us in the comments section below.

annette davis January 19, 2013 at 03:29 PM
The stir fry was not what I expected. It lacked favor and the portion for the price was ridiculous . I also purchased a build your own salad that was horrible bland and void of any flavor or dressing. It ended up costing me ten dollars. I could have just gone to McDonalds down the street and gotten a salad for half the price and double the flavor. I would never reccommend this place to anyone and will never step foot back into it again because the food is overpriced and horrible. In fact ,I am going go call now to find out about getting a refund for that crap I payed for last night.


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