Edgewood Cafe opened five months ago in Havertown. This little-known gem is a small cozy BYOB hidden on a back street, off the beaten path. Had it not been at my mother in law's recommendation, I would not have learned of its existence. The bright red awning and dim lighting from within welcomed me. At 5:30 on a Tuesday night, the place had only a few customers inside. With the hardwood floors, plush throw cushions at the booths, stained glass walls, and warmly lit ambiance, it looked almost like a friend's living room. The booth needed some adjustment, though. We had to lean forward too much to be sitting up to the table. A minor inconvenience, however. Our waiter was very friendly, and came over to tell us the specials for the evening. I loved how everything was seasonal, and I knew we were in for a treat. Unable to resist, I started with the soup du jour, a Butternut Squash Soup. Drizzled with light ribbons of cream, this had just the right flavor, texture and overall finish. Delectable. Complementary little baskets of bread and butter were set out before us in anticipation of our meal.