Cedars becoming quite the destination

Cedars Country Store complex now has del Prado, next to 19 Bella and Olce.

The dining lineup at the Cedars Country Store complex on Skippack Pike in Worcester Township has grown by a third.

Grant Langdon Brown has added del Prado - a country-elegant bruncherie/takeout - in a former eyeglass shop next to his Mediterranean small-plater, 19 Bella.

Kevin Carton's Olce Pizza Grille - also a destination - rounds out the development, which in the olden days housed a restaurant by Alison Barshak.

Del Prado opens at 7 a.m. with creative breakfasts and segues into lunch (sandwiches, panini and salads).

Brown makes his own bread and butter. There's also a sizable cheese and grocery selection, including homemade pastries and hand-held pies to go, pour over, brewed and espresso coffees (Brown roasts his own), cured meats, pastas, honey and homemade preserves and jams.

The location - at Bustard Road and just east of Skippack Village - confuses the heck out of many GPS units because the area goes by "Lansdale," "Worcester" or "Cedars." Google Maps uses Worcester.