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Asian Fusion now Gracie's

Bacchus101 Aug 1, 2012 05:49 AM

Traveling between Blue Bell and Skippack on Rt. 73 I noticed that Asian Fusion( Center Point?) has been replaced by Gracie's. Have you been there? Have a scoop on this new establishment?

  1. JanR Aug 1, 2012 06:32 AM

    I think Fuzion is still there (at least they still have a website). From the photos, it looks like Gracie's may be in the old Alison's space. The menu looks all over the place.

    http://www.graciescafebyob.com/

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    1. re: JanR
      Bacchus101 Aug 1, 2012 06:50 AM

      Drove by and they had a sign on what was Asian Fusion (Valley Forge Road and 73) Grand Opening Gracie's. Worcester, yes I suppose it is. Quite sure of the place and sign.

      1. re: Bacchus101
        JanR Aug 1, 2012 06:54 AM

        I guess Fuzion closed and didn't take down their website yet. Alison used to be in the same shopping center.

        1. re: JanR
          Bacchus101 Aug 1, 2012 07:03 AM

          Really Alison: I recall she was in Cedars but I can not recall her ever being in the same location of which I speak.

          1. re: Bacchus101
            crazyspice Aug 1, 2012 01:36 PM

            Alison was definitely in the small Cedars center. My husband went past the other day and said there was a sign there for Gracie's, replacing the closed Fuzion. Their website is up and they are open.

            1. re: crazyspice
              Bacchus101 Aug 1, 2012 02:23 PM

              Quite right, thanks.

            2. re: Bacchus101
              JanR Aug 2, 2012 05:44 AM

              Sorry! I'm losing it. Not Alison. Ravenna. Oops.

              1. re: JanR
                Bacchus101 Aug 2, 2012 06:10 AM

                Yes Ravenna, in what is now Zacharias (ugh). Not a good trade at all. Loved Ravenna, was worth a drive.

                1. re: Bacchus101
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                  arepo Aug 5, 2012 06:50 PM

                  That menu is all over the place -- from Asian, Mediterranean, to Thai and Indian. They don't know who they are!
                  Too much for me thank you.

                  1. re: arepo
                    Bacchus101 Aug 6, 2012 04:46 AM

                    Meaningful observations, thanks. Does this also generally mean that there is a cook in the kitchen, as opposed to a chef with special refined skill is a specific cuisine?

      2. JanR Aug 1, 2012 06:27 AM

        Are you referring to Fuzion in Worcester?

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