Daily Archives: 09/19/2014
On a SEPTA Regional Rail map, the Cynwyd Station is the end of the line in Montgomery County not far from the Philadelphia city limits. But in reality, the Cynwyd Station is just the beginning, for those who seek to enjoy nature, good health, arts and entertainment and great taste.
JPM Catering is excited to be a small part of those pursuits starting on Monday, when our food will be available for purchase at the Cynwyd Station Cafe, a totally unique and well-appointed tea room that serves the finest and most curious foodstuffs and retail items. The cafe opened earlier this year and has quickly gained a foothold as one of the Main Line’s most interesting and delicious places.
Cafe customers can enjoy our soup, salads, quiche, kale chips and chocolate oat bars. The soups, salads and quiche will change seasonally.
There are plenty of reasons to stop by the Cynwyd Station Cafe. Proprietor Sadie Francis is always lining up a bevvy of events, including tarot readings, yoga, jazz performances, and nature education sessions. On Monday, the cafe will host a book signing with Cristin O’Keefe, author of a book uncovering the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia.
We enjoyed the cafe in August for a Motown Music Saturday fundraiser for the Friends of the Cynwyd Trail, which is charged with tending to the beautiful, grassy and tree-filled park adjacent to the cafe. We’ve also purchased some items from the cafe’s eclectic retail collection, including totally sustainable water bottles and awesome composition books.
If you haven’t already, we hope you’ll soon check out the Cynwyd Station Cafe. We think you’ll find it as delciious as we do.
JPM Catering’s food is also available at the Lulu’s Casita play cafe in Ardmore.