Food & Drink in Willow Grove

Wine Tasting of Six Wines and Glass of Wine for Two or Four at Kreutz Creek Vineyards (50% Off)

Kreutz Creek Vineyards

West Grove

$30 $15

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Taste wines from a vineyard that started with a homemade winemaking kit more than two decades ago

$11 for $20 Worth of Jewish Deli Food at Steve Stein's Famous Deli & Restaurant

Steve Stein's Famous Deli & Restaurant

Holland - Gateway Shopping Center

$20 $11

Diners dig into Jewish deli classics, such as corned-beef sandwiches, kippered salmon, and freshly baked rye bread and bagels

Pub Food for Two or Four Jerzee's Sports Bar & Pizzaria (Up to 52% Off)

Jerzee's Sports Bar & Pizzaria

Abington

$30 $16

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Nosh on pizzas, burgers, hoagies, and wraps while taking in the game on one of nine flat-screen TVs

Dine-In or Jewish Deli Food or Party Trays at Ben & Irvs Deli (Up to 50% Off)

Ben & Irvs Deli

Ben & Irvs Deli Restaurant

$20 $10

At deli opened in 1955, diners enjoy sandwiches piled high with pastrami and corned beef, as well as bagels spread with cream cheese and lox

Italian Cuisine for Two or Four or Catering Trays at TreVi (50% Off)

TreVi

Glenside

$30 $15

Traditional Italian entrées and thin-crust pizzas topped with fresh ingredients and a tomato sauce lauded by Philadelphia magazine

Barbecue for Takeout or Dine-In at Fat Jack's BBQ (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Fat Jack's BBQ

Multiple Locations

$25 $20

Barbecue flavors from across the country, such as Carolina pulled pork, Texas brisket, and Memphis dry-rub ribs

Wine and Cheese Tasting with Optional Winery Tour at Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars (Up to 54% Off)

Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars

Multiple Locations

$35 $17

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Sample five varietals of wines paired with Di Bruno Bros. cheeses and learn about the winemaking process

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The smell of chocolate-chip cookies baking in the oven has a tendency to unleash waves of childhood memories, especially when those cookies are iconic Nestlé Toll House creations. At Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip, passionate bakers coax out these memories by using Nestlé products to create decadent desserts that taste just as satisfying as they did years ago.

The bakery's signature Toll House cookies appear prominently on the menu, with oversized versions serving as customizable cookie cakes. However, there's also an indulgent selection of oven-fresh brownies, macaroons, cupcakes, chocolate-dipped fruit, and ice cream sundaes, as well as other homestyle treats. Beverages, meanwhile, run the gamut from milkshakes to piping-hot espresso drinks made using premium coffees and steam harvested from Old Faithful. Whatever they choose, Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip encourages visitors to settle in, relax, and treat themselves for just a little bit.

2500 W Moreland Rd.
Willow Grove,
PA
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Following Baja Fresh’s ethos set in 1990 as a healthy take on fast food, never-frozen meats sizzle atop the grill before they're tucked into made-to-order tacos and burritos. Grilled corn and flour tortillas embrace fish, carnitas, chicken, and steak, and smoky queso fundido sidles onto nachos and into burritos. Between bites, chips scoop up salsa made from farm-fresh produce rather than poured out of a can or fabricated in a space-age replicator. A complimentary salsa bar ensures no mouthful goes unspiced, and guests can scoop up their favorites as they await their dine-in, takeout, or catering orders.

10768 Venice Blvd
Culver City,
CA
US

The husband and wife team behind TheCookingCouple loved wining and dining. They cooked meals, party spreads, and hors d'ouevres to share, getting ever more adventurous. Soon, their love for cooking for friends turned into a love for cooking with friends, and they decided to start TheCookingCouple as a means to share what they had learned with others. They especially like teaching other pairs how to craft more exciting and delicious foods.

425 Asbury Avenue
Elkins Park,
PA
US

Lil Rizzo’s serves its homemade pizza dough two ways. The first is the slow way. The kitchen staff rolls it and bakes it to make traditional cheese pies, rectangular Sicilian-style pies, and upside-down pies that invert the sauce and cheese with help from the restaurant’s onsite physicist. The second way, which is the quicker way, allows customers to order the pizza dough itself, an option that is exclusive to the take-out menu. Regardless of how they’re prepared, the pizzas pair with homemade soups, baked pastas, and meatball sandwiches to create hearty Italian meals.

2773 Jenkintown Rd
Glenside,
PA
US

Lee's Hoagie House traces its origins back to 1953, when a small storefront at 19th Street and Cheltenham Avenue in Mount Airy, Philadelphia, began to lure in a dedicated clientele with its addictively delicious hoagies and cheesesteaks. Over the years, the popular sandwich shop has blossomed into a Philadelphia-area institution, spreading out to 17 locations throughout the region, all turning out tasty sandwiches with roast beef, turkey, chicken, and Italian meats, as well as veggies, fresh cheese, and the restaurant's secret oil recipe. Far more than a mere walk-in sandwich joint, Lee's can cater social gatherings and lunch meetings with delectable sandwich plates or fuel parties with spicy chicken wings and fresh salads.

1656 Old York Rd
Abington,
PA
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Stretched amidst pillows, berber rugs, and the glow of brass lamps, diners at Little Marakesh must balance their attention between feeding their own stomachs and watching those of the performers. Belly dancers twirl past tabletops on Friday and Saturday night, feeding the warm, ethereal ambiance of the Moroccan hideaway. Surrounded by red and gold decor, the diners dig into house specialties such as the Atlas Bastille—shredded chicken with herbs, spiced eggs, and almonds stuffed in a sugar-speckled filo-dough pastry. They can order dishes à la carte or as part of a prix fixe feast, which includes salad, chicken tagine, and couscous.

According to Philadelphia magazine, native Moroccan Terry Manfa founded the restaurant out of nostalgia for his country. Commissioning a team of chefs to craft authentic shish kebabs, grape leaves, and hummus was only one part of relieving his homesickness—he eventually added a hookah menu and a bazaar, where patrons can browse handmade pottery, bags, and other goods from Moroccan artisans. The captivating belly-dance shows and communal atmosphere lend themselves to dinner gatherings, whether groups are celebrating a birthday or showing coworkers how to dress on casual-midriff Fridays.

1825 Limekiln Pike
Dresher,
PA
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