Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant is a relaxed restaurant with an elegant decor and classic American dishes. No need to miss out on Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has plenty of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Those who enjoy a drink or two with dinner are advised to take advantage of Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant's BYOB policy. Order a bottle for the table if you like — Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more. Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join the table at Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant. Have a big celebration coming up? Consider the private room at Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant, perfect for large groups of revelers. Patio tables and chairs are ready for Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant diners who prefer their meals al fresco.
Wear what you like when you dine at Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. The restaurant also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant to your next party or event.
For diners who choose to drive to the restaurant, parking is readily available — the nearby lot offers optional valet, and street parking is also accessible.
Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant's moderately priced fare. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant, so come by whenever it fits your schedule.
Quickly ease your appetite at this laid-back American eatery — 1518 Bar and Grill serves sandwiches, salads and more to Philadelphia's Center City West patrons. Put the diet on pause when you visit 1518 Bar and Grill — there are no low-fat menu items. The drink list at 1518 Bar and Grill has everything you need to complete your meal (and your night out). Just around the workday bend are 1518 Bar and Grill's happy hour food and drink bargains. With its spacious interior, 1518 Bar and Grill is a great choice for big groups and celebrations.
If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit 1518 Bar and Grill during the slower weekday hours. Put the suit away when heading to 1518 Bar and Grill — dress is casual, as are the vibes. Or, take your grub to-go.
A meal at 1518 Bar and Grill will typically set you back about $30.
Two buffalos graze between hundreds of fruit-bearing trees. But it?s the grapes sprouting throughout Cassinelli Winery & Vineyards' 110 wooded and open acres that matter most. Each hand-selected and sustainably farmed grape emerges from the earth to take its first step toward becoming one of 12 wines produced at the vineyard. Those include a 2009 Barbera reserve and a 2009 Merlot, bronze- and gold-medal winners, respectively, at the Maryland Governor?s Cup, a cup always filled with wine or melted cheese. Seven total medals have distinguished Cassinelli wines, which the company?s owners share at their tasting room, events, and a quartet of outlets throughout the state.
Perched on a hill overlooking northern Baltimore County's scenic valleys, Royal Rabbit Vineyards typically provides guests pleasing views throughout the year. It isn't until late spring and summer, however, that the landscape begins to change: heavy green and purple orbs crop up along 4 acres of climbing grapevines. By fall, the heavy, ripened grapes are ready for harvest—later on they’ll be turned into the winery’s award-winning wines or used as low-impact marbles. The small winery lies along the Piedmont Wine Trail and Mason-Dixie Wine Trail, which connects more than 20 small, family-owned wineries in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
In keeping with the Royal Rabbit Vineyards motto—"Treat yourself royally"—many of the wines have royal titles, including a cabernet franc blend dubbed “the duke.” Wine labels display a kingly rabbit holding a golden chalice.
After graduating from Vassar College in 1997, vintner Tom Carroll Jr. continued his education in California, where he taught himself about viticulture and enology to achieve a lifelong dream of opening a winery. Three years later, he returned to his hometown to found Crossing Vineyards on a plot of land situated a short distance from George Washington’s Delaware River crossing. The winery mingles historic charm and pastoral surroundings with modern technologies, such as a sterile HVAC bottling system and solar-energy panels. Tom and his parents, also co-owners, built the facility around eco-friendly winemaking practices, such as composting waste and using cover crops, a technique that prevents topsoil erosion and helps vintners sing the young grapevines to sleep.
Crossing Vineyards' European-style wines have won more than 115 awards in both national and international competitions over the past 12 years. The winery offers tastings and wine-pairing classes in an onsite educational area and hosts an annual summer wine-and-music series on its sprawling, 15-acre property.