When Horizon's Restaurant was right next door, it was great to go from a natural food market to a vegan restaurant. I don't get to the store as often now, but I try to make it during fresh produce season. Glad they're still there!
I look through the shop all the time because it is housed in an old bank right next to my train station. The building alone is antique. LOTS of statuary.
I haven't found anything I want yet, but I love to look through this shop because there always is something unique displayed here. But I would need a bigger house to buy what I've liked here.
The menu here is a bit like family cooking/diner food - which means you get a lot for the money spent. The food is generally good, and we like the cozy rooms.
Not a very nice consignment shop, especially if you are the consignee. I was treated rudely by the proprietor, who didn't seem interested in even discussing what I had. No wonder they don't have much.
We've eaten here so many times that we've also gone through many management changes at the restaurant. Some management has been good, some bad. Current management is a little better than recent past, so the food and service is better. Has a good ethnic home cooking, and some American fare.
This is the tiniest kosher bakery ever, but only because the store is small. Rolings baked goods can be found all over the Philly area, and you'd better be prepared for long lines at high holidays!
Another one of the few local pharmacies left in business, even with Target so close by. Service is good, and this is another pharmacy that still carries everything, sundries, etc.
I have tried a number of framers in my area to try to find the least expensive place with high quality service. Every framing place is expensive. But Art of Framing does provide quality.
Kathy is a former teacher turned piano tuner. She has done wonders with our very old piano, keeping it playable. ANd she's always prepared with those little plastic pieces you need to keep the keys working (ours break a lot).