Posted by Aubrey Nagle on July 26th, 2012
Brian Freedman takes a look at Milk & Honey Cafe on the Parkway, the offshoot of the popular West Philly market, and finds that while the food is good in theory, the execution could use a little help.
The company’s website touts a mission as laudable as any: supporting the local farmers, purveyors and residents in an effort to benefit both the planet in general and the immediate community in particular. It’s impossible to argue with these goals; they are as important and beneficial as can be. But at the end of the day, the food, to paraphrase that same mission statement, speaks for itself. And in that regard, Milk & Honey’s new cafe has some work to do.
Milk & Honey’s New Cafe Strives to Balance Local Ingredients with Quick Presentation [Philadelphia Weekly]
Milk & Honey Parkway
18th and the Ben Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA
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