We had a fine pizza here, but nothing special. The service left a little something to be desired. Seemed to be more of a place for adults than families -- small boothes, lots of TVs create distractions.
There was good variety of ice cream and sherbet choice, but we had some really good and just some fair ice cream. The signature flavor, razzleberry, was just plain interesting.
It gets a lot of foot traffic in the evening, and the couple times that we stopped in, there was only one person working the counter.
This grocery does not really seem to be doing anything wrong, but I really don't prefer shopping here. The offerings are average, although the prices are decent.
I always liked the Genuardi's chain, and am glad to see that the Safeway purchase didn't ruin them.
This store is smaller than some of the others, so the selection seems more limited, but still of a good quality. Genuardi prices tend to be a little more expensive than some other chains.
I particularly like the meat selection and the deli & bakery here. There is also a good variety of organic foods.
Although it seems to have a diverse clientalle, this is known as the place that grad students from Villanova eat.
It has a great menu, atmosphere, and service. Right off of Lancaster Avenue, it has a convenient location. In the same building as a Borders, you can stop in for dinner after spending some time book shopping.
Before we moved out of Bryn Mawr (and signed up for NetFlix), we used to go to the TLA and go through the racks. Sometimes it seemed like we spent more time hunting down movies than actually watching them. They have an amazing selection of movies, especially foreign flicks.
They also have new and used movie sales.
They offer several membership plans to make it really convenient to rent movies. Get the email newsletter just to keep up on what is going on in the movie world.
These bagels are great. They offer a great selection and make terrific sandwiches too.
They have quite the operation, and ship bagels out to many locations in the Philadelphia area.
Highly recommended. Stop by early on a weekend and get some while they are still warm.
We lived here in 2004 and were generally satisfied.
It is a great location, especially if you work in Philadelphia because there is a R-100 trolley stop behind the property and R-5 stops within easy walking distance. It is not far from the Blue Route too.
Bryn Mawr has a lot to offer -- restaurants, bookstores, etc. The property has laundry facilities and storage -- these were rather shoddy.
Our apartment was showing its age, and we were in the northernmost building, so it was loud -- we could hear a lot of traffic noise on County Line Road and the ambulances going to Bryn Mawr hospital.
The rent was reasonable and most utilities were included, but prices were going up as we left.
I loved going to this place during football season because we could watch a couple of games at the same time. The beer selection was terrific (who would have ever thought that you could get Rolling Rock in Kansas) and the pub food was top notch. The service was really good too.
We stayed here once because it was one of the only places in town that would accept pets. We had a decent stay, and we got what we paid for.
The reservation was kind of a strange experience though, talking with who we thought was an Indian-American on the phone, and then meeting the old white gentleman in person. We never did find out how he got that accent . . .