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Tuesday, 25 April 2017 05:08

Food News / May

Written by  County Lines Magazine

Fresh is Best! Craving a slice of authentic Neapolitan pizza? Look no further than MidiCi, King of Prussia’s newest Italian destination. Located in KOP’s Town Center, MidiCi will take your taste buds on a journey to Naples with traditional dishes like Pizza Diavola, or—calling all dessert lovers—their signature Nutella Calzone. MidiCi flies in their non-GMO flour all the way from Naples. That’s a journey worth celebrating with a second serving. 201 Main St., Ste. 100, King of Prussia; MyMidiCi.com.

 

23rd Annual Buzz Off Homebrew Competition at Levante BrewingBest of the Beers. Head to the 23rd Annual Buzz Off Homebrew Competition at Levante Brewing. Mark your calendar for May 19–20 to watch as homebrewers submit handcrafted beers brewed using their own private equipment. This year Levante will choose one beer from the Best of Show table to be scaled up and brewed on their system for the taproom. That’s something to drink to! Awards Ceremony 4 p.m., free, Levante Brewing, 208 Carter Dr., Ste. 2, West Chester; BrewDrinkRepeat.com/Buzzoff.

 

Simply Crafted. Malvern’s newest watering hole—Locust Lane Craft Brewery—is bringing simplicity back to the search for craft beers. Four base beers make up the menu at Locust Lane, with no long lists to bog down your drink selection. Try simple favorites like IPA, ESB and stout and then visit the rotating lineup of food trucks. So, if you’re looking for a new place to grab a brew, take a stroll down Locust Lane. 50 Three Tun Rd., #4, Malvern; LocustLaneCraftBrewery.com.

 

Going Global - King of Prussia - Mistral Restaurant interiorCommunity-Crafted. Just in time for Memorial Day, The Creamery in Kennett Square reopens for a whole new season of family fun. This former 1902 creamery was refurbished in 2016 and now offers a pop-up beer garden, rotating food trucks and a community gathering space with a vintage twist. Marvel at the up-cycled renovations of this once industrial space, play lawn games and listen to local music all while sipping a cold craft beer. 401 Birch St., Kennett Square; KennettCreamery.com.

 

Going Global. King of Prussia Mall gets another taste of global cuisine with its newest eatery. At Mistral Restaurant, Chef Scott Anderson—2014 James Beard Foundation Award Semi-Finalist—blends international flavors and his trademark “interpretive-American” style to bring patrons tempting options like Lamb Belly, Thai Duck Salad and Crispy Maitake Mushrooms. Using the best that local farms have to offer, Mistral serves small, fast plates—perfect for a mid-shopping lunch break! 160 N. Gulph Rd., King of Prussia; MistralKOP.com.