Sprig & Vine

New Hope, Pennsylvania

4.6 / 3 votes

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Vegan cafe from a Horizons sous chef

Upscale, contemporary American and international offerings from a Horizons alumnus.

Added by conde.kedar on Mar 18 10 (last updated Sep 26 11)

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We dined a week ago midweek as a family and the next weekend returned with 3 couples because the food was so amazing. I agree with all above comments regarding the lovely service at table and door. The ambience is lovely and peaceful with well-chosen background music. We started with appetizers- unbelievably smoky and well-seasoned grilled oyster mushrooms, edamame falafel, and a luscious corn, blueberry and frisée salad. Balanced, exciting favors were repeated with our entrees: paella, grilled Asian eggplant, seared tofu with bok choy. Great house made lemonade and tiramisu finished off a fantastic dinner.

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Horizons-style, upscale, savory, healthy food outside the city, hurray! Spring & Vine offers a zen-like environment that does not compete with the food but is very relaxing. It's in a newish brick shopping center on the edge of town. This is not a big place, so make a reservation.

There is excellent service at the table and front door; we were treated kindly when we called to say we were going to be late. I'd love to sit at the neat black tile bar sometime. All four of us plotted to get something different so we could all have a taste, and the coconut risotto cakes won as the best dish. We also had the tempeh (huge portion and very filling), the root vegetable pavé (a lasagne-like stack pressed together), and the grilled tofu. Great sauces! The African Peanut soup was sooooo good, too, even in hot weather.

I finally remembered to bring my own takeout dishes so I don't have to waste packaging or bother the staff. You might think this is geeky, but I think more people should do it. No more garlic sauce spilling out of styrafoam onto the car floor on the way home either.

The portions are huge all around, so we did not have room for dessert, which always happens, so maybe a late night dessert trip is warranted sometime. Our wine was handled well too, which included a cab that was a tad warm from sitting in the car and needed a few minutes in the fridge.

Oh please, vegan cuisine, creep just a little closer to my town so I don't have to drive so far for this wonderful affordable food.

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Non-Smoking

Prices

$$$ - expensive

Cuisines

  • Eclectic (Varied)

Features

  • Brunch

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Hours

closed
5pm - 9pm
11:30am - 2:30pm;
5pm - 9pm
11:30am - 2:30pm;
5pm - 10pm
11:30am - 2:30pm;
5pm - 9pm
10am - 2pm

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