Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The restaurant, located in the Providence Town Center, is also giving away free food for a year.
Zoës Kitchen, a Mediterranean-inspired, fast-casual restaurant, is opening its first Pennsylvania location in the Providence Towne Center, and is holding a grand opening Thursday. To celebrate its opening in Collegeville, Zoës is giving away 500 meals to its Facebook fans. One grand prize winner will win free Zoës for one year. To enter, visit the store’s Facebook Page. The contest runs through March 11. “We are excited to open our Zoës in Collegeville and are eager to be part of the community,” said Brian Waghalter, regional operator of Zoës Kitchen in Collegeville. “We are thrilled to be a part of the local area and are ready to share our southern hospitality and made from scratch family recipes with everyone!” The restaurant, which …
Friday, March 1, 2013
Customers can pay $40 for one month of unlimited classes
The Collegeville Yoga Bar is offering half-price yoga for one month on LivingSocial.com. The offer is one month of unlimited classes, which includes vinyasa, restorative, prenatal, mother/daughter and kids’ yoga, and ballet barre classes to tone and strengthen. Collegeville Yoga Bar is a 2,000 square foot studio located at 222 East Main Street. The offer is available for five more days; 32 customers have already taken advantage. To purchase this deal, click here.
Friday, January 25, 2013
Officials were on hand to cut the ribbon - and an over-sized loaf of bread - on Friday afternoon.
Local officials joined Collegeville Italian Bakery staff and customers to celebrate the new dining room addition, which will now let fans of the bustling deli enjoy their sandwiches on site. Co-owners Patrizia and Steve Carcarey, a husband-and-wife team, started working to expand the deli in September, after Enterprise Rent-A-Car, formerly in the dining room space, moved across the Perkiomen Bridge into Collegeville. “From the painters, to the tile, to the contractors – Patrizia and I appreciate everybody’s help to make our dream happen,” said Steve Carcarey, addressing the crowd. State Senator John Rafferty and State Representative Mike Vereb were on hand to help cut the ribbon – and a loaf of bread – to celebrate the occasion. Trappe …