December 18, 2016
Philadelphia restaurateur Dave Magrogan is well known for successful concepts from Doc Magrogan's Oyster House and Red Star Craft House to the famous Kildare's Irish Pub chain, which closed the doors of its popular Manayunk location in September.
One of Magrogran's up-and-coming resturants will soon be making its way to Newtown in Bucks County, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The Dave Magrogran Group announced that Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar will open its first location on the Northeast Corridor — the seventh overall — in Feburary. There are existing locations in West Philadelphia, Radnor, Glenn Mills and North Wales.
"It was a challenge at first to expand outside of the Philadelphia area, but my team and our new staff in our Delray Beach location have surpassed my expectations, and we're looking forward to growing this brand in the South, the mid-Atlantic and New England over the next couple of years," Magrogan said.
Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar offers a changing menu of under-500 calorie options on a farm-to-table menu with steak, poultry, seafood and vegetarian items. The restaurant also serves more than 50 wines by the glass, seasonal cocktails and local beer.
The move marks part of an aggressive expansion that will up the total to 14 across the United States by 2018.