Dig into delicious dining and support local eateries during Main Line Today's Restaurant Week from August 23 through September 5.
Core de Roma BYOB’s atmosphere and authentic cuisine deliver a true Italian experience to the Main Line area.
Be sure to check out Fox Barn at Twenty9 to see its complete redesign, which includes wonderful outdoor seating in time for summer.
What's better than an ice-cold beer in the summertime? These five new locally brewed beers will have you convinced you are in the tropics.
Ready to dine outside around the Main Line? These eateries offer sunshine-filled views with tempting menus to match.
Exton's Stolen Sun continues to grow in both size and popularity with their craft brewery, specialty coffee roasting and craft kitchen.
For the first time in five years, West Chester welcomes a new, fresh seafood place with a top-tier dining experience.
With all meat smoked in-house and homemade sauces, Sophie's BBQ serves a variety of American barbecue in a creative way.
A West Chester favorite multiplies in yet another booming borough, bringing with it a contemporary vibe and a New Orleans-inspired menu.
The Main Line-area restaurant’s mobile soup kitchen is providing food and gift bags to five women’s shelters in Delaware, Chester and Montgomery counties.
With a kitchen staff that's 90 percent women, Bloom is bringing staple dishes like Chicken and Waffles to Philadelphia's Western Suburbs.
Run by Dan Shar and Bob Bagonis, this new local brewing company offers more than a dozen artisanal beers made on-site in their 15-barrel facility.
If you're looking for healthy meals that still taste amazing, Conshohocken’s Jessica DeLuise has the perfect options for your recipe book.
You’re in luck! There are plenty of festive and fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day around Philadelphia's Western Suburbs.
Whether you like soft or hard shell, satisfy your Taco Tuesday cravings at one of these great Mexican restaurants around the Main Line.
Wherever the Wellness Kitchenista goes, her message is the same: With a little education and preparation, anyone can cook healthy meals that taste good.
Led by the Chester County Food Bank, this program prepares jobless and underemployed people for a start in the restaurant industry.
These Main Line area restaurants offer a variety of menu options that support a healthy and delicious plant-based lifestyle.