Thursday, August 28, 2014
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A new Miller's Ale House in Mount Laurel, a new bistro on South Street, and a revamped restaurant in Lahaska.


February 29: Miller's Ale House opens its Mount Laurel location at 554 Fellowship Rd.

March 1: Rex 1516, a spiffy little bistro at 1516 South St. from the owners of Jet Wine Bar across the street. Photos here.

March 5: Peddler's Village opens Buttonwood Grill, a bar-restaurant on the former site of the Spotted Hog and Sweet Lorraine’s at Route 202 and Street Road in Lahaska, Bucks County. Enviable beer program: 20 on draft (10 crafts, 10 macros) plus two nitro lines and 50 by the bottle. 

"March": Target for an "inland" branch of the Jersey Shore favorite Polish Water Ice, coming to 460 Hurffville-Crosskeys Rd., Turnersville, N.J.

"Mid-March": Forest & Main, the long-delayed brewpub in Ambler.

See a map of restaurant openings here.

Michael Klein
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