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Harvest coming to North Wales

Dave Magrogan's grill and wine bar is pegged for a July opening in the Shoppes at English Village.

Harvest coming to North Wales

Harvest in North Wales. (Artist´s rendering.)
Harvest in North Wales. (Artist's rendering.)

Dave Magrogan (Doc Magrogan's, Kildare's) says he has signed a lease for his third Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar, and he hopes to open in the Shoppes at English Village on Bethlehem Pike in North Wales, Montgomery County, in July.

The spot formerly was Bensi, an Italian chain. It's down the row from an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant and a Trader Joe's.

Harvest - whose seasonal, farm-forward menu is aimed at the upmarket crowd - started in Glen Mills and more recently branched out to 40th and Walnut Streets in University City.

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