, in the corner of Old York and Woodland roads, appears to have closed permanently — at least that's what the makeshift printer-paper signs on the doors say.
Timber, which opened only in July 2010, replaced the aging Inn Flight Restaurant.
Another said that Timber's cuisine and philosophy were completely different than the restaurant it replaced.
From the March 15, 2011 article:
Delivering a full, diverse menu with consistent quality hasn’t been a challenge at all for Timber Wood, [Manager and business partner Michael] Dombkoski said. Instead, it’s been letting Abington residents and visitors know that the new restaurant has opened and is completely different from its old digs.
“People have been aware of (the) location for so long; there’s a lot of people who don’t know we’ve renovated it, and they haven’t been here yet,” Dombkoski said.
The owner could not immediately be reached.
According to a short Philly.com article, the restaurant's manager, Michael Dombkoski, left Timber in autumn for Paramour in Wayne.
The article also says that the restaurant’s liquor license is inactive and that the restaurant paid a $1,250 fine in March for selling booze with an expired license.
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