Duffer’s Pub appeases appetites with delectable bites from an eclectic menu of hearty comfort-food favorites. A lengthy list of sandwiches occupy fingers with bread-bound meat novellas such as the pretzel sandwich loaded with thinly sliced ham and bacon ($7.99) or the chicken avocado, featuring cool salsa avocado and pepper-jack cheese ($8.99). Carnivores can sate cravings with one of five different burgers or a full-size entree of dry-rubbed barbecue ribs that dole out a dollop of plate-bound comfort akin to freshly roasted footie pajamas ($15.99). Starters tempt tastebuds with promises of the town’s meatiest hot wings ($7.99 for a full order) and shareable tapas such as breaded green beans served with a wasabi-infused ranch sauce for dipping ($6.99).
• For $12, you get two games of bowling for two people (up to a $19 value) and two shoe rentals (up to a $5 value; up to a $24 total value). • For $24, you get two games of bowling for four people (up to a $38 value) and four shoe rentals (up to a $10 value; up to a $48 total value). • For $30, you get five admissions to Rock-N-Bowl (up to a $60 value), which takes place on Fridays from midnight to 3 a.m. and Saturdays from 10:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Rock-N-Bowl is open only to guests 18 and older.
Over the course of nearly 40 years, the close-knit Ruffini family have operated five restaurants throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, and Pronto Bistro Italiano is the latest testament to their love of traditional Italian cuisine. Visitors won't find over-processed food full of preservatives and genetically modified additives, but handmade, homey feasts of spaghetti carbonara made with local farm-raised eggs, salads made with organic greens, and sandwiches stuffed with slow-roasted pork and homemade meatballs. Diners can pair morsels of veal saltimbocca tenderloin or earthy eggplant parmigiana with flavorful Italian wines, handcrafted cocktails, or a beer from a list that changes with the seasons. Families gather around cloth-covered tables for dinners of paninis and pasta, while in the low-lit, woodsy bar area, revelers shoot pool, snack on chicken wings from the late-night menu, and pitch a tent for the night.
Every year, the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance offers a presentation of classic automobiles during a slew of engine-revving events, encouraging mingling between proud owners and spectators. In the past, auto enthusiasts have cried antifreeze tears while marveling at everything from pristine Henderson motorcycles to sleek, aerodynamic Ferraris.
TJ's gourmet a la carte menu features fresh-made fare, with everything prudently prepared to order. Wake up to a savory serving of crab hollandaise over poached eggs, a homemade biscuit, and steamed asparagus ($9.50) or keep your strength up for a long day of clown wrestling with a protein-packed breakfast sandwich ($7.25), which you can top with apple-wood-smoked bacon or maple sausage, scrambled eggs, and cheddar and jack cheeses—all encased in either a pub roll or a garlic-herb wrap. Patrons with sweetie-pie palates will be more pleased with a decadent plate of cinnamon-bun french toast topped with maple butter and pecan syrup ($8.25) or the banana-walnut pancakes ($8.25).