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Heading to the Harleysville and Skippack areas?
Look for no further for delicious places to eat— Morning, Noon, and Night. This little section of Montco boasts a huge residential area, many businesses, and of course, great shopping and dining. Morning: Wander into Skippack Village for great shopping, people-watching, and food.
Most of the Skippack restaurants and shops are locally-owned and operated, and meeting the owners is always a real treat. Be sure to stop in many of the boutiques and eateries. Fuel up with Feine Coffee Roasters when you need to perk up and start your shopping in the Skippack Italian Market for an early lunch.
The sal, like Roasted Beet, are a crowd favorite too. Look no further than the fantastic breweries in the area!
Louis Ribs, or the Tuna Poke all over offer a great nosh. Just outside Skippack in Cedars, this funky BYOB restaurant serves up lunch and dinner tapas-style on cute plates you can even buy some of the fine and fun china you see. Be prepared for small plates where everyone can share and have a taste. Be sure to order several dishes for the table.
Save room for dessert! Have dinner, a nightcap and perhaps even stay over in Skippack Village. After dining in one of their three restaurants, why not stay at the sophisticated Hotel Fiesole? If you just desire a drink to finish the evening, the Trolley Bar right off the lobby is a great place to relax in the old restored trolley.
Brothers Kershner Brewing Co. Christine Tarlecki is a local food and lifestyle writer, seeking out the best bites in the area and writing about them.
Skippack: Morning, Noon, and Night. Fuel up with Feine Coffee Roasters. Noon: For lunch, you definitely have your pick. Author: Christine Tarlecki Christine Tarlecki is a local food and lifestyle writer, seeking out the best bites in the area and writing about them.Looking for noon or
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