Feeding the Masses!

Huge Turnout for Cafē Lift Narberth

in Lower Merion/Narberth

Cafē Lift Narberth opened their doors to the public last night to showcase their new dinner menu. Their restaurant was packed with friends, loyal fans and those curious to see what this new comer to the area is all about. The idea originally for this location was for a coffee bar and bakery. The ownership team has come together to create a tremendous hit for Main Line diners. “We appreciate how everyone has received our food and the restaurant”, commented Jason, Co-Owner. Already leaving a mark with serving a fabulous brunch, breakfast and lunch. Now they are providing dinner to those looking for a city vibe without going into Philly.

Michael Pasquarello, Co-Owner, was inspired by his Grandmother who was from Calabria. He loved to watch her cook and was eager to help out when he could. He and his team from 13th Street Kitchens have been working hard to bring this dinner menu to Narberth. Chef Colin Mason shared, “We are offering the community a new style of food that has not been offered in the area”. Recently brought on, he brings his talents and experiences as a chef working at some of the top names in the city.

Cafē Lift highlighted a sample of their dinner menu items for hungry guests. Featuring their Beet Salad, Boudin Balls, Lift Burger, Everything Cured Salmon and Parmesan Truffle Fries. You will find many local and regional beers available in draft and bottles. Check out their cocktail menu as well. Nice to see BlueCoat Gin perched on the back of the bar. The staff was very welcoming and friendly. They made sure that everyone had a great time. Lo-Fi Spirits, of Napa, provided cocktails made from their Dry and Sweet Vermouth and Amaro. The open house was slated to go until 8:00. At 8:30 the restaurant was still bustling with people that were having a spectacular time and not ready to leave.

Cafē Lift is located at: 724 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth, PA. Check them out on the web: Cafē Lift

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