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NORTH WALES- Located at 115 S Main Street in North Wales, The Green Fork and Local Roots Market is only 3 miles from North Penn.  With a comforting and clean interior, attentive staff, and delicious food, it is a prime location for students.

The Green Fork and Local Roots market opened about two years ago, and is family owned business. According to their website, the owners have been in the food industry for over 30 years.

When I walked in, I was greeted by a hostess and brought to a table by my waitress. All of the tables and chairs were different, and the decor gave a homey and charming feel. In the back of the restaurant features a small market, full of local snacks and items. The restaurant also has an art wall, where they feature a different artist each month. Additionally, every Saturday night at 7pm, there is live music. I was not aware of this when I decided to go on Saturday night, so it was a nice surprise as it added another element to the atmosphere of the restaurant.

The menu has many choices, and they serve breakfast lunch and dinner all day, making the decision very hard. They also cater to vegans, vegetarians, and gluten free or dairy allergies. Their food is made to order and can make accommodations for customers. For breakfast, they have options such as flatbreads, pancakes, wraps, and even waffles eggs benedict. For lunch or dinner, some meal choices include flatbreads, wraps, burgers, and more.

I tried the Avo-shrimp wrap, which included grilled shrimp, avocado, bacon, arugula, cucumber and lemon aioli, and my choice of a wheat, gluten free, spinach, or black bean wrap. I chose the black bean wrap, and it was delicious. The flavors complimented each other very well, and it came with a mixed green side salad. My friend tried the Vedder Veggie burger, a veggie and quinoa burger with tomato, cucumber, alfalfa sprouts, vegan cheddar, and avocado mayo on a pretzel roll. Her burger also came with a side salad, and she enjoyed it very much. We also both tried their dessert choices, which were on display next to the host stand. Both the peanut butter chocolate pie and the mint-wich were sweet and a nice way to end our meals.

I very much enjoyed my experience at The Green Fork, and would definitely go back. Check out their website https://thegreenforkandlocalrootsmarket.com/ for more information.

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