Posted by Foobooz on April 26th, 2012
Mauro Daigle and Annie Baum-Stein of Milk & Honey Market in West Philadelphia are opening an offshoot of their popular spot on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The Milk & Honey Café, to be located in brand new Sister Cities Park right in front of the Cathedral, will serve locally grown and produced foods that fans of the market have come to enjoy.
The casual café is right in the heart of the museum district including the just about to open Barnes Foundation. Daigle and Baum-Stein are bringing some of Philadelphia’s favorite brands to the café, brewing La Colombe Coffee, scooping Bassett’s Ice Cream, and toasting South Street Philly Bagels. Sourcing from as close as the Italian market and as far as Lancaster County, the pair is bringing something for locals and tourists on the Parkway.
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