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Marshallton's Four Dogs Tavern Creates Fetching Cuisine The restaurant livens up the sleepy town with elevated American cuisine. In the sleepy historic village of Marshallton—halfway between West Chester and Coatesville—sits a charming converted stable with a hand-painted sign that bears four bloodhounds. Here, owner David Cox chats...

January 2010 Remember how delicious your first potato skin was, way back at the beloved mall eatery of your youth? The melted orange cheddar, the cool sour cream, the Bac-o bits? Chef David Cox took that memory and made it over with apple-smoked bacon, creme fraiche,...

February 2004 The old stone inn sits in the hills above West Chester, puffing chimney smoke into a starry winter sky, much as it has since 1814. You'd be hard-pressed to find a place with more classic country allure than the Marshalton Inn, where plank-floored dining rooms...

March 2007 Hear ye! Hear ye! At the venerable Marshalton Inn, with roots going back to the days when town criers yelled their version of "listen up," a talented and passionate chef is serving superb seasonal fare with lots of French country charm. Cheese reigns supreme,...

February 2007 Marshalton Inn, 1300 Strasburg Rd. West Chester, 610-692-4367; contemporary French. Chef David Cox's cooking "always retains a solid French bent". His duck confit steeps in fat for 12 hours to an amazing, juniper scented tenderness. House-cured salt cod and potatoes make a fluffy brandade...