Monday, April 22, 2013
Opened in 1908 as a vaudeville theater, and hosted acts such as Buster Keaton, Abbott and Lou Costello, and Charlie Chaplin, and todays, hosts musical performances from all over.
Limerick Patch: When did you open your business? Chaplin's: Chaplin's Music Cafe opened in 2007. We have had just a few management changes until I took over as General Manager in January 2013. LP: Who is your ideal client or customer? C: Our ideal customers are performers. Local to regional performers. We book bands who have a local following to give them an opportunity to play in a premier listening room for their fans. Their fans are our guests. We treat our guest with the best hospitality a music venue could. We have a cafe that offers light fare, drinks, and desserts. We are also a live recording venue where any performer can come to Chaplin's and make their own "Live at Chaplin's" CD or DVD. In addition to being a cafe, music venue, …
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Railroad Street Bar and Grill in Linfield has a wide rare beer list and offers a unique food menu.
Limerick Patch: When did you open your business? Railroad St. Bar & Grill: The Rail opened 2006. LP: Who is your ideal client or customer? RSBG: All customers are ideal LP: What makes your business unique from others in your field? RSBG: There is no place like the Rail anywhere in the country (from what I have found) What makes us differ from everywhere else is the our extensive rare beer menu, and unique food menu. Also, the fact that we are a place for all, from kids to grown ups we have something for you! LP: What made you decide to open a business? RSBG: I really did not plan on ever opening a bar, when things got bad in the Real estate Market I needed to do something....this turned out to be it. LP: What’s your most popular item? RSBG…
Monday, April 15, 2013
Annamarie's Place, Iced by Betsy, Suzy-Jo Donuts and more inspected in March.
The Montgomery County Health Department in March conducted inspections of food-service establishments in Royersford. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Try the fluffernutter pancakes, a taco omelet, the funnel cake french toast and more at Annamarie's in Royersford.
Limerick Patch: When did you open your business? Annamarie's: Annamarie's opened in October of 1994. I had graduated from Spring-Ford the year before and started Culinary School. I came home for a break, and the business was for sale. I have been there ever since. LP: Who is your ideal client or customer? A: Our ideal customer is EVERYONE. That is what is great about the restaurant industry, everybody eats. Our restaurant has a strong hometown, family feel. We are lucky to have a loyal local customer base from Royersford and the surrounding areas. Over the last 18 years they have become like family. LP: What makes your business unique from others in your field? A: I think we are unique for a couple of reasons. First, I just plain LOVE food…
Monday, April 8, 2013
Oaks Stadium 24, Primo Hoagies, Fitzwater Station, Bob Evans, Cheeburger Cheeburger and more inspected in February and March.
The Montgomery County Health Department in February and March conducted inspections of food-service establishments in Upper Providence Township. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report. FEBRUARY MARCH
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Check out the top 10 restaurants according to TripAdvisor. Do you agree or did your favorite get missed?
With the increase of online review websites like TripAdvisor, anyone who is eating at a restaurant can be a food critic, praising food and service, or criticizing those same items. So what are your neighbors saying about the restaurants in Limerick on Trip Advisor? Here are the top 10 restaurants according to TripAdvisor in Limerick area: Do you agree with TripAdvisor's top 10 list? Let us know in the comment section, or tell us your favorite area restaurant.
Monday, April 1, 2013
Lucky Lab Tavern, Outback Steakhouse, Piazza Presto, Giant and more inspected during the month of March.
The Montgomery County Health Department in March conducted inspections of food-service establishments in Limerick Township. Click each facility's name to see its Patch directory listing and click the date of its inspection to read the health department's report.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
New hair salon, Shine opens on Ridge Pike.
After 25 years as a stylist, Kelli Angelo, owner of the new Shine Hair Salon in Limerick, has ventured out on her own to explore hair as an artistic and creative outlet. "It's time for me to shine," said Angelo. Angelo told Patch that the head is her canvas and she can change someone's entire look by changing the cut and or color of their hair. She continued that everyone is individual and that "we all have something that makes us shine." Angelo said customer service is very important to her. At Shine one stylist will stay with a client during the whole appointment, and do the shampoo, cut, color, everything. She told Patch that coloring and highlighting are definitely her specialties at Shine. Shine, at 327 Ridge Pike in Limerick, opened …
Monday, March 25, 2013
Sky Zone, an indoor trampoline park, opened Friday in Oaks.
With 19,000 sq. ft. of trampolines, one of the largest in the country, Sky Zone in Oaks, which opened on Friday, March 22, offers something for kids of all ages. Within the facility, located at 122 Mill Rd, next to the Philadelphia Rock Gym, there's a large court for open jump, a fan pit, the Sky Slam, four dodgeball courts, and space for a kids court for the smaller jumpers. Jumpers are separated by height, so children under 40 inches stay in the kids court. In the large court, jumpers are also separated by height. Events Manager, Pat Dobslaw, told Patch that the facility is certified by the State of Pennsylvania for safety, with court monitors - the trampoline lifeguards - at each court and three at the large court. Besides open jump …
CoreFit in Royersford has expanded the gym, and will be able to hold multiple classes at once.
CoreFit, located at 21 S. Limerick Rd. in Royersford, has grown so popular that they are expanding again. Liz Gilinger, said she began the business in a friend's backyard with four people, which grew into a small studio in Collegeville. CoreFit was in the Collegeville location for four months before moving into its current location in Royersford, a year and a half ago. Gilinger said the current location allows the classes privacy, and space to grow, as well as space to do workouts outside on nice days. She added that she tries to keep workouts fresh, fun, exciting and through in some non traditional workouts in there as well. The current expansion project will create space for Gilinger to hold multiple classes at a time, and have a …