Posted by Maegan Cadet on October 15th, 2012
It’s a sure sign that fall has arrived when restaurants release revamped menus for our eating delight. More often than not, however, these menus seem to revolve around the over-glorified pumpkin spice. Thankfully, The Corner has defied this trend with its recent menu additions.
Staying true to American Cuisine, chef John Taus has provided a home-inspired, seasonally appropriate menu, sans the pumpkin. Old favorites like Tuesday’s Chicken Pot Pie return and are joined by a Saturday special of Roasted Lamb Leg served with fennel potato gratin, mint gremolata, and golden raisins.
102 S. 13th St, Philadelphia, PA
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