Upcoming Doylestown Restaurant Approved for Liquor License by Township

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A new restaurant in the Doylestown area was just approved for their liquor license, a major update in the eatery’s upcoming opening. Jeff Werner wrote about the update for the Doylestown Patch.

Terrain, a popular restaurant chain known for their cafe-garden center hybrid, is opening three latest location in Bucks County. One important part about the upcoming opening is the liquor license they were just approved for, thanks to representatives of their parent company, Urban Outfitters, working with local officials.

“We need this liquor license for us to continue with this project,” said Francis Sullivan, an attorney for Urban Outfitters.

“It’s critical to our business that we have a liquor license,” said Jennifer Calliagas, the North American planning director for Urban Outfitters.

Terrain at DelVal is located on Delaware Valley University’s campus, with the new location serving farm fresh food grown on site.

The latest project by Philadelphia-based Anthropologie, the new venue will feature a farmhouse-style environment, complete with an orchard overlooking the area. Those looking for a unique wedding destination can look no further than beautiful Bucks County and the pastoral aesthetic of the new cafe.

Read more about the new restaurant’s update at the Doylestown Patch.

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