Modern American fare is the most prevalent dish you will find in this hip and trendy town outside of Philadelphia, named for the mechanics who lived in the community in the early 1800s. Enjoy brunch by creating your own omelet, or try some country-fried bacon with sausage biscuits and gravy in one of the comfortable diners. Italian food is another popular cuisine in the area, and you will find options like scallops, clams and shrimp with basil alfredo. This close to Philadelphia, you might enjoy cheesesteak stromboli made with provolone and mozzarella cheeses, peppers, onions and marinara sauce. You can also sample contemporary French dishes like veal scaloppini with wild mushrooms.