The picturesque college town of West Chester certainly isn’t lacking when it comes to restaurants, but about two months ago, it gained yet another option: Slow Hand. This upscale eatery serves up New American dinner cuisine every day of the week with a side of artisan cocktails, craft beer, and fine wine.

Start your meal with a few small plates like the charred carrots with yogurts and pine nuts or the Nashville hot chicken wings with pickles. Then devour a larger dish, perhaps the roast pork with arugula, chickpeas, and herbed Dijon mustard or the chorizo served alongside refried beans, pickled and charred onion, and some “green stuff,” as the menu puts it. You can also stop in for the weekend brunch and dig into a breakfast bowl loaded with scrambled eggs, home fries, sausage, and cheese or pancakes slathered with apple jam and PA maple syrup.