Wowed by the service, the twist on classics like paella and cassoulet, and the bang for your buck, Stein-Novack describes a meal to remember.
Restaurants plan a to-do list before they open. Some fall short on ambience, noise level, service and, of course, the meal. It is obvious Lee and his staff excelled on all levels.
Read the full review here. Incidentally, we couldn’t agree more. Sophia’s is quickly becoming our favorite neighborhood spot. Now just don’t go jacking up those prices!
Zoning notices recently went up at the burned out warehouse, indicating that developers intend to tear it down and replace it with eleven new single-family homes.
Ten of the houses will have two-car parking, so expect these suckers to be big. The project is scheduled to be discussed April 10 at a Pennsport civic meeting, so we’ll keep you posted.