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Restaurant Roundup: Grape Leaves Grille to Chabaa Thai Bistro

Patch reviews Grape Leaves Grille, Pizza Palace, Chestnut 7, Janos Italian Pizza Kitchen, Weinrich’s Bakery, Ariano, Groben’s Seafood, Pescatore BYOB, The Lucky Dog Saloon and Grille, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Chabaa Thai Bistro.

Restaurant Roundup: Grape Leaves Grille to Chabaa Thai Bistro Restaurant Roundup: Grape Leaves Grille to Chabaa Thai Bistro

Looking for a good restaurant to go to this weekend?

Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch brought you the details of  Thursday. Tasty Mediterranean delights including delicious spanakopita and gyros are on the menu here as are surprisingly delicious hot wings. For something a bit lighter, the Greek salad delivers. Click  for the review.

If that restaurant isn’t to your liking, check out other area restaurants that Patch reviewed this week: 

Wonderful Greek style pizza and delicious cheesesteaks are the draw here. Be sure to specify with or without anchovies if you order the outstanding special pizza. Click for the review.

Chestnut 7, 8201 Germantown Ave., Chestnut Hill

Offering something for everyone, this new spot has some killer cheesesteak egg rolls and delicious bread pudding. Don’t be afraid to eat their pizzas with your hands, our reviewer wasn’t and enjoyed it that much more. Click for the review.

Janos Italian Pizza Kitchen, 31 Brookline Blvd., Havertown

The spinach calzone is massive and brimming with spinach, mozzarella and rich and creamy ricotta cheeses. The tub of warm sauce on the side was the cherry on top. The delicious crust has a nice crunch on the exterior and wonderfully doughy interior. Click for the review.

Cynthia Weinrich comes from a long line of bakers dating back to the 1880’s. This friendly and savvy lady can literally tell by smell when things are done baking. Find out more of her baking secrets by clicking .

A young guy comes to America and gets a job as a dishwasher, less than ten years later he is running the kitchen and even has a pizza named after his hometown in Mexico. Click to find out more about the chef of Ariano.

Take away service or a full service fish market are next door to each other at this neighborhood vendor. The broiled salmon was moist, delicious and came with a variety of sides. The New England clam chowder is no slouch either. Click for the review.

Daily fish specials, homemade pasta and pesto with your bread instead of butter, this restaurant has something for everyone. Don’t miss out on the spicy mussels. Click for the review.

If you’re a fan of dogs, you’ll love the décor of this canine-themed spot. While the food isn’t “anything to write home about”, the house salad and crab cakes are tasty and hit the spot. Click for the review.

Some of the best quality prime beef around is served up at this old school steakhouse. The forks are chilled and the steaks are sizzling hot. Just beware of sticker shock. Click for the review.

The best pad thai, poised and professional service and exotic ambiance converge at this Main St. restaurant. Remember to bring your favorite bottle of crisp white for these spicy and savory Thai specialties.  Click for the review.

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