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Food News / September 2018

Written by County Lines Magazine

A few of our favorite things to share this month about local food and drink.

A Liquid Lunch. Love smoothie bowls?

Liquid Eatery, soon to open in West Chester, is on trend with a twist. Inspired by the “tropics of Miami,” this refreshingly tasty spot will offer assorted liquid pairings and special bowls for a healthy bite. Made only with sustainably sourced and hearty ingredients, Liquid Eatery’s health-conscious options include goodies like the beach-to-bowl specialty and signature nice-cream milkshakes. Enjoy tropical food made fresh and local! 18 N. High St., West Chester.

Sweet Tooth

Watch talented local bakers in their small screen moment on Netflix’s new cooking series, Sugar Rush! Catch Phoenixville’s Brooklyn Girl Bakery owner, Peri Anderson, paired with former co-worker Jennifer Low as four teams of two bake sweet treats to impress top pastry chefs. After competing in three rounds—cupcakes, confections, cakes—the winners get the $10,000 prize. Check out the series to see Chester County’s contestants in episode 3 of the first season!

Taste of Sicily

Taste light and fresh Mediterranean cuisine at Malvern’s new Avola Kitchen + Bar. Using fresh ingredients from Chester County’s producers plus wild edibles foraged locally, Avola offers tapas-style dishes, wood-fired pizzas, homemade pastas and charcuterie meats cut table-side, along with craft cocktails, beer and wines. Co-owned by a team of four, it’s a sister restaurant to Twenty9 Restaurant & Bar, Stephens on State, Lariele Wood Fired Square Pie and Pizza Cruiser. 625 N. Morehall Rd., Malvern.

Got Chocolate?

Celebrate National Chocolate Milk Day on September 27th at Chester County Library’s class for adult chocolate lovers eager to learn the history of their guilty pleasure. Debunk common myths about cocoa beans, and test three different chocolates, comparing aromas and taste. Explore the sweet you’ll never get enough of with The Cocoa Exchange Independent Founding Curator, Arlene Adam. Class is free, from 7 to 8 p.m. 450 Exton Square Pkwy., Exton.

Great Wines & Grape Vines

Landowners Ben and Sarah Cody produce fine European and premium Mid-Atlantic wines at the new 1723 Vineyards in southern Chester County. Send your taste buds on one last vacation this summer as the fifth-generation farmers from the Midwest bring their grape-cultivating experience to McMaster farm in Landenberg. Host a special event at the beautiful venue or plan a visit for quality wines, vineyard views and unforgettable experiences! 5 McMaster Blvd., Landenberg;

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