The Main Line Today Dining Guide is a selection of the area’s finest eateries curated by our editors. Advertisers are guaranteed placement. All others have been reviewed by our critics.
This eco-conscious breakfast-and-lunch spot serves an imaginative organic, gluten-free and grain-free menu. Signature items include a hearty breakfast burrito, and a delicious smoothie bowl, plus creative wraps and salads for lunch.
360 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (484) 318-7537, $
Chef Stephen Guiseppe of the Culinary Institute of America adds personal flair and imagination to a delectable menu of American Continental dishes. Daily chef’s specials are creative, unpredictable and inspired.
2455 Yellow Springs Road, Malvern, (610) 296- 9006, $$
An 1830 Chester County farmhouse sets the mood for a candlelit dining experience. The menu features rack of lamb, Chateaubriand for two, and seafood.
146 S. Whitford Road, Exton, (610) 524-1830, $$$
Chef Lee Krasley reclaims his culinary territory in the western suburbs with local farm-grown comfort food like poutine, burgers, cayenne-honey-dipped fried chicken and waffles, and his famous meatloaf.
570 Simpson Drive, Chester Springs, (610) 615-5189, $
This old favorite keeps the crowds coming with its well-executed comfort food and lively outdoor patio.
1300 W. Strasburg Road, West Chester, (610) 692-4367, $$
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An exceptional fine dining experience, this historic B&B also offers quaint lodging in elegant guest suites restored to their 18th-century charm. The General Warren also hosts weddings, private parties and corporate events.
9 Old Lancaster Road, Malvern, (610) 296-3637, $$$
Consistent, family-friendly American cuisine and award-winning beer are the calling cards of this growing regional chain.
Various locations, $$
Mouthwatering authentic barbecue.
309 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 879-8805, BYOB, $
Oysters of many varieties are among the offerings at this elegant mainstay. Also look for land-based fare like duck, prime sirloin steak and beef short rib.
2904 Conestoga Road, Glenmoore, (610) 458-5336, $$$
A unique eatery and coffeehouse combination, the Buttery offers rustic sandwiches, fresh salads, great coffee and more.
233 E. King St., Malvern, (610) 296-2534, $
This local brewery chain specializes in handcrafted beer, sassy American cuisine and a family-friendly atmosphere.
Various locations, $$
Great Valley High School graduate Nick Kline’s eatery ups the ante on quick-service cuisine, heaping fresh filet mignon onto an Amoroso Kaiser roll.
111 E. Lancaster Ave., Paoli, (484) 318-8545, $
The kitchen at this cozy cottage serves enticing all-day breakfast fare. Lunch specials range from barbecued pork to a buttery Monte Cristo.
847 Valley Forge Road, Phoenixville, (610) 933-5393, $
Classic dishes and a homey setting complement a refreshingly old-school approach to cookery.
108 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 925-4984, BYOB, $$
This unexpected gem offers a selection of well-executed bar fare with a decadent twist. Highlights include fish and chips, bacon-flecked
mac and cheese, tasty tacos, and hearty burgers.
1548 Shadyside Road, West Chester, (484) 593-0850, $$
Specialties include filet mignon, crab cakes, and slow-roasted beef and pork sandwiches. The bar offers an award-winning beer list.
74 E. Uwchlan Ave., Exton, (610) 594-9900, $
At this farm-sourced eatery, the food is as honest as the menu’s freshly sourced philosophy.
133 E. Gay St., West Chester, (610) 455-0100, BYOB $$
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A large patio, well-executed Southwest Arizona cuisine and over 250 beer options give this classy franchise an indie feel. You can’t lose with the bacon-wrapped, cheese-stuffed jalapeños, succulent burgers and superb tacos.
131 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 302-5714, $$
Retro vibes abound at this two-story gem, which serves an ever-revolving locally sourced selection of elevated bar food. Highlights include Nashville hot wings and slider-like Belly Bombers.
30 N. Church St., West Chester, (484) 999-8638, $$
This hip, welcoming gastro-pub is staffed by an eager young team serving carefully crafted cuisine and libations.
15 N. Walnut St., West Chester, (484) 999-8805, $$
This casual live-music hub excels at a creative selection of flatbreads.
203 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-8425, BYOB, $
This restored circa-1858 stayover destination has nine rooms and an enclosed private dining room. The kitchen offers a creative spin on chicken wings (charred), steaks, seafood, pan pizza and other comforting standbys.
3512 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, (484) 718-5121, $$
Two concepts find success at this busy spot. On one side, there’s a beer garden; on the other, creative upscale farm-to-table cuisine.
570 Wellington Square, Exton, (610) 458-2337, $$
Seasoned chef Scott Morozin’s cozy 36-seat eatery showcases his considerable talents in the kitchen. Starters like a creamless mushroom soup and vodka-cured Ora King salmon are punchy and flavorful, as are second-course options like the Bristol Bay scallops.
102 State St., (484) 732-7932, Kennett Square, BYOB $$
Chef Bualoy Phengmisouk serves authentic Laotian and Thai dishes that are as flavorful as they are affordable. Standouts include the tapioca noodles, satays, curries and stir-fries.
300 W. Lancaster Ave., Devon, (610) 341-8162, BYOB $$
Nui Kullana’s revamped Asian fusion eatery offers poke bowls, Pad Thai, curry dishes and standouts like General Tso’s Chilean sea bass.
301 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 302-5141, BYOB $
564 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (484) 318-7655, BYOB $$
Alfredo’s authentic Italian menu draws its inspiration from Naples and features fresh fish, hand-rolled pastas and more.
668 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 640-2962, BYOB $$
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Reservations are a must at this acclaimed spot, which has just 34 seats. An open kitchen gives diners a behind-the-scenes look at the sumptuous offerings—everything from guinea hen to decadent pastas to a delicate Pocono trout.
106 W. Gay St., West Chester, (484) 887-0919, BYOB $$$
Chef Danilo Angelucci and his wife, Katherine, preside over a welcoming trattoria that serves delicious antipasto, tempting meat-and-cheese boards, handmade pizza, build-your-own pastas, and hearty entrées like veal, filet mignon and baked salmon.
78 W. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, (610) 873-5544, $$
Highlights from Avola’s well-crafted menu include the undeniably Greek Shrimp Saganaki and gnocchetti with tender braised lamb in a rich red-wine-and-caper sauce.
625 N. Morehall Road, Malvern, (484) 328-8584, $
Pastas are the real standout here. Especially good are the angel hair and tonnarelli, with hearty sauces like ragu, Bolognese, bacon-flecked carbonara and jalapeño-infused puttanesca.
134 E. Gay St., West Chester, (484) 887-0760, BYOB $$
Bryan Sikora’s latest stellar contribution to the suburban culinary scene boasts playfully upscale standouts like ricotta gnocchi and chopped-clam-and-bacon toast.
847 E. Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square, (484) 732-8320, $$
One of Glen Mills’ more recent culinary entrants offers a menu of authentic Mediterranean-accented dishes like chargrilled Spanish octopus tendrils, grilled langostino and some of the best pastas around.
1102 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, (484) 840-8603, $$
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Among the menu standouts at this Kennett favorite are antipasti classics like bruschetta and mussels marinara, along with escargot and other French staples. The house-made pastas are exemplary—in particular, the spinach-and-mushroom ravioli with sun-dried tomato pesto.
114 State St., Kennett Square, (610) 444-2244, $$
Both popular locations specialize in rustic and rich Southern Italian cuisine, with a vast and diverse menu and a lively bar scene.
499 E. Uwchlan Ave., Chester Springs, (610) 524-3112, 9 N. Walnut St., West Chester, (610) 436-6230; $$
At this prime corner spot in downtown West Chester, the Mediterranean coastline is evoked in everything from the citrusy hummus to the ample gyro platters. The lamb chops also shine, as does the fish—much of it flown in from Greece.
40 E. Gay St., (610) 696-4100, BYOB, $
This low-key 65-seat eatery delivers Roman-Jewish cuisine with a twist.
720 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 906-3299, $$
192 E. Welsh Pool Road (at Gordon Drive), Exton, (610) 363-7998, $$
Ahmed and Christine Chraga wow diners with traditional paella, fragrant chicken tagine, seafood linguini, cavatelli and lamb. The restaurant has a full liquor license, but offers BYOB with no corkage fee.
128 Glen Mills Road, Glen Mills, (610) 444-3277, $$
Louette’s international array of creative small plates are the centerpiece of a menu that changes almost daily—save for delicious constants like charred broccolini with marcona almonds and goat cheese.
106 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-9906, BYOB $$
Mexican favorites dominate the menu at this vast corner eatery, with an expansive rooftop dining-and-drinking area in warm months.
102 E. Market St., West Chester, (610) 918-6280, $
With Ripplewood Whiskey & Craft’s Biff Gottehrer now overseeing the kitchen, this popular live music venue has upgraded its menu with poutine-inspired fries, savory burgers, grilled swordfish and more.
118 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, (610) 971-2628, $$
Carlo deMarco’s seasonal, sophisticated New American cuisine is made with the best local products and ingredients.
333 Belrose Lane, Radnor, (610) 293-1000, $$
The menu at this hip eatery trends toward simpler fare and uncomplicated ingredients, yet it still delivers a polished, chic ambiance.
509 Wilmington West Chester Pike, Glen Mills, (484) 800-8070, $
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Offering quality ingredients and an upscale bar scene, this Marty Grims creation succeeds equally in celebrating pop culture and
503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 964-2588, $$$
The handiwork of Havertownie Tom Kane and beer-and-spirits aficionado Mike Grubb, Brick & Brew doesn’t skimp on its impressively executed pub fare.
Various locations, $
With its well-executed Italian-American cuisine and friendly service, this surprising mom-and-pop sleeper has earned a devoted following.
1304 Edgewood Road, Havertown, (484) 453-8851, BYOB, $$
Showcasing an open kitchen with a wood-fired grill, Firepoint offers an eclectic menu filled with rich, natural flavors, fresh cocktails, seasonal craft beers and a diverse wine selection—all in a warm, inviting atmosphere.
3739 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, (484) 428-3093, $$
The Gables’ redesigned menu spotlights fresh, local, seasonal ingredients. Stop by for happy hour and try the award-winning sangria.
423 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (610) 388-7700, $$
Located in the Radnor Hotel, Glenmorgan has a contemporary atmosphere perfect for enjoying classic cocktails, spirited American cuisine and monthly chef’s specials.
593 E. Lancaster Ave., St. Davids, (610) 341-3188, $$
Prolific restaurateur Dave Magrogan’s farm-to-table concept features an organic seasonal menu, with most items under 500 calories.
Various locations, $$
With its citified feel and inventive menu tailored for shareable dining, the Local is a foodie favorite.
39 W. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 896-4740, $$
Just a stone’s throw from Villanova University, this Northern California-style bistro is no student hangout—but it should impress discerning parents. Chef Charles Vogt excels at tuna tataki, truffled Camembert, bucatini with baby clams, and other sumptuous fare.
789 E. Lancaster Ave., Villanova, (484) 380-3688, $$$
All salads—including the egg, tuna, and popular chicken salad—are made on the premises. Pies, cakes and muffins are baked fresh daily, and omelets and sandwiches are made to order.
1117 Smithbridge Road, (610) 459-3022, $
Celebrating its 63rd year in business, the family-owned Thunderbird offers an extensive menu, including cheesesteak egg rolls, stromboli bites, chicken piccata, hoagies, wraps, breakfast pizzas and sandwiches, and more.
2323 West Chester Pike, Broomall, (610) 356-8869, $
Recognized as the first pizzeria in Delaware County, this family-owned restaurant sets the standard for fresh homemade pies.
131 E. Baltimore Ave., Media, (610) 566-7767, $
This speakeasy-inspired tavern is equal parts hippie nostalgia and hipster flair. Impeccably crafted comfort fare includes pretzeled Parker House rolls with truffle butter, fries awash in a decadently cheesy sea of fontina-cheddar and brisket chunks, and a heavenly charred octopus.
29 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 486-7477, $$
Celebrating 10 years, Ryan Christopher’s offers American bistro fare, from pasta, steaks and veal to fresh seafood.
245 Woodbine Ave., Narberth, (610) 664-9282, BYOB $$
This open, airy spot with two locations offers wood-fired pizzas, hearty signature barbecue and eight rotating taps.
609 W. State St., Media, (484) 444-2526; 113 W. Market St., West Chester, (484) 999-8026; $$
Gastro-pub cuisine, 24 rotating craft beers, craft cocktails and more make this a great place to get together with friends and family.
36 W. State St., Media, (484) 442-8839, $$
Springfield Country Club’s stylish American eatery is open to the public seven days a week. It offers a spacious dining room and an outdoor patio with a fire pit. 400 W. Sproul Road, Springfield, (610) 543-2100, $$
The focus may be on award-winning beer, but the sandwiches, cheeses and charcuterie are also noteworthy at Tired Hands. Fermentaria expands the brand and elevates the menu.
16 Ardmore Ave., Ardmore, (610) 896-7621; 35 Cricket Terrace, Ardmore, (484) 413-2983; $$
Various locations, $$
Exceptional Thai cuisine prepared by experienced chefs.
232 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne, (610) 293-7500, BYOB $
Pan-Asian favorites get an upscale twist in Azie’s modern setting.
Kevin and Catherina Huang bring their Center City concept to the suburbs, offering authentic Szechuan-Taiwanese cuisine.
214 Sugartown Road, (484) 580-8558, $
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This family-owned spot offers authentic Japanese groceries and home-style cuisine.
5 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (484) 417-6745, $
This Main Line mainstay has long been known for its exceptional Chinese and Japanese cusine and first-rate service.
Various locations, $
Enjoy simple ingredients with artful, flavorful flair. Standouts include the dim sum, kung pao squid.
190 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 647-5488, BYOB $$
Delicious street food that takes its inspiration from the Nam Dinh markets of Vietnam, served in a no-frills atmosphere.
1001 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 527-1413; 204 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, (610) 544-3934; BYOB $
This intimate Rittenhouse Place nook has just 12 tables, where diners can prepare their own combo platters of marinated center-cut short ribs or spicy chicken, thinly sliced pork belly or tender beef brisket on an electric grill.
66 Rittenhouse Place, Ardmore, (610) 642-3184. BYOB $$
This rustic yet elegant spot transports diners to the European countryside.
53 W. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (484) 412-8009, BYOB $$
Enjoy afternoon tea, served all day. Or choose from a selection of homemade sandwiches, desserts and more.
503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 971-0390, BYOB $
Affordable and authentic, Antica brings regional Italian flair to the Brandywine Valley.
1623 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (484) 770-8631, BYOB $$
True to its mission of bringing simple, inspiring food to diners, Ardé is an ideal spot for lunch, a Neapolitan pie or a full dinner.
133 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, (484) 580-6786, $$
Christine and Nick Kondra’s market offers local cheeses, gift baskets and hard-to-find beers and wines. The restaurant, with its 14-seat chef’s counter, offers finesse from start to finish.
1 West Ave., (610) 688-1888, $$$
Estia impresses with two dining rooms, a relaxing bar and exceptional updates of traditional Greek fare.
222 N. Radnor-Chester Road, Radnor, (484) 581-7124 $$
Gourmet Italian food in a relaxed, casual environment can be found at this restaurant.
Enjoy specialties like French onion soup, crêpes and seasonal entrées. The restaurant bar offers craft cocktails and a great selection of wines by the glass.
38 W. State St., Media, (610) 566-6808, $$
Nick and Kayla Amoroso’s welcoming neighborhood restaurant and bar specializes in modernized Italian-American classics like thick-cut veal Parmesan and bone-in Marsala. The seafood is top-notch, too.
100 State Road, Media, (484) 445-4445, $$
This charming spot offers Italian favorites like fried ravioli and chicken Parmesan, plus sumptuous seafood dishes.
25 S. Eagle Road, Havertown, (484) 454-5995, BYOB $$
This Delaware County version of the downtown West Chester favorite specializes in Neapolitan pizzas and hand-spun pastas, plus an international wine selection.
The diverse menu at this sophisticated local chain offers an authentic and flavorful take on the cuisine of India.
The well-executed traditional dishes at this low-key gem of a restaurant include creamy guacamole, octopus ceviche, tacos, enchiladas and burritos.
1620 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (484) 770-8345, BYOB $$
A Tex-Mex-style eatery featuring lunch specials and a late-night menu Friday and Saturday, plus drink specials, a great beer selection and over 60 tequilas.
214 W. State St., Media, (484) 442-8741, $
Tasty basics like enchiladas and tacos are standouts at this restaurant, along with grilled ahi tuna, tilapia, Mexican-inspired pork chops and more.
113 S. Olive St., Media, (610) 565-7794, BYOB $
A contemporary American restaurant known for its wood-fired cuisine, J. Alexander’s offers a wide selection of classics, including prime rib, steaks, fresh seafood, sandwiches, and entrée salads. The full-service bar offers an outstanding selection of wines.
256 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia, (484) 322-2000, $$$
Dan Popernack’s new venture excels at wood-fired eats like brisket, baby-back ribs and wings, all of which pair perfectly with La Cabra’s rotating selection of unique brews.
810 Glenbrook Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 526-2337, $
Opulence abounds at Eddie V’s restaurant, as does high-quality food like USDA prime steaks and fresh seafood. Pricey highlights include black cod steeped in miso and twin South African lobster tails. Daily happy hour features live jazz.
670 W. Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, (610) 337-7823, $$$
This popular bar and restaurant features high-quality food and an extensive wine, liquor and beer selection.
863 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 527-5870, $
The second iteration of Jasper’s Backyard offers the same cool neighborhood vibe and elevated American bar food. Small plates at the restaurant include crispy pork-belly bites and signature sandwiches. A flatiron steak and herb-roasted chicken are among the standout dinner classics.
101 Ford St., West Conshocken, (484) 368-3529, $$
This tiny eatery dishes up simple breakfast and lunch items like pancakes and chicken salad. The real draw, though, is its monthly six-course “Tide to Table” dinners, featuring an array of fresh seafood.
951 Youngs Ford Road, Gladwyne, (610) 642-9608. BYOB $
Contemporary American offerings at this restaurant include creamy white-button-mushroom and four-cheese onion soups and an extensive appetizer selection.
39 Morris Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 526-9500, $$
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This cool neighborhood joint features multi-ethnic classics like beer-soaked mussels, pierogies and excellent wood-fired pizzas, along with 35 beers on tap and a killer patio.
266 E. 4th St., Bridgeport, (610) 277-2323, $$
A two-story barbecue joint and microbrewery offering small-batch brews and smokehouse specialties like tender carved brisket.
At Coco, orchids, philodendron, lavender and daisies abound. The menu at this restaurant is equally colorful, thanks to standout dishes like Coco Turkey Dumplings and spicy quinoa, shrimp and crab served with a side of fragrant Massaman curry.
Joe Monnich and Justin Weathers’ vivacious French-style brasserie makes the most of an Ardmore landmark. The restaurant’s approachable bistro menu includes tuna tartare Napoleon and a Duroc pork chop.
7 Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 589-0500, $$$
Glatt kosher meets gourmet at this sleek spot, which puts a modern spin on Eastern European Jewish classics.
261 Montgomery Ave., Bala Cynwyd, (610) 257-7577, $$
The consistently excellent fare at this family-owned institution includes classic Greek dishes like gyros, moussaka, souvlaki, fresh seafood and more.
50 N. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 520-0288, BYOB $$
This well-heeled establishment continues to excel at classic Riviera-inspired dining. Signature dishes include the deliciously seasoned chicken under a brick and Scottish salmon.
Blended spices are the true stars at Saffron, which offers an exceptional array of nouveau and traditional Indian cuisine.
This Conshy institution features authentic Mexican food and the best mezcal bar in Philadelphia.
800 Spring Mill Ave., (610) 825-3000, $$
11 Louella Court, Wayne, (610) 964-9700
1403 Hollow Road, Birchrunville, (610) 827-9002
248 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 935-5988
119 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 397-0888
521 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 832-5708
1701 W. Doe Run Road, Kennett Square, (610) 347-2227
352 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 725-0515; 16 E. Gay St., West Chester, (484) 947-0809
1304 Edgewood Road, Havertown, (484) 453-8851
814 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 644-8275
135 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, (610) 964-0300.
308 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 567-0366.
322 S. High St., West Chester, (610) 696-7435.
110-114 S. Jackson St., Media, (610) 566-2505.
309 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 879-8805.
1805 Unionville-Wawaset Road, West Chester, (610) 793-1210.
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130 S. Lloyd Ave., Downingtown, (484) 401-5554.
767 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (484) 580-8454.
245 Woodbine Ave., Narberth, (610) 664-9282.
50 E. Wynnewood Road, Wynnewood, (484) 412-8790.
66 E. Street Road, West Chester, (484) 315-8431.
503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 688-7646.
131 N. High St., West Chester, (610) 918-1272.
1300 Hares Hill Road, Kimberton, (610) 933-1147.
102 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 444-8255.
914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, (610) 459-6030.
10 Exchange Place, West Grove, (610) 869-4020.
102 State St., Kennett Square, (484) 732-7932.
1383 N. Chatham Road, Coatesville, (610) 383-0600.
550 Kimberton Road, Phoenixville, (610) 933-2227.
232 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne, (610) 293-7500.
1502 West Chester Pike, West Chester, (610) 738-8888.
217 W. State St., Media, (610) 566-4750.
789 E. Lancaster Ave., Villanova, (610) 527-5700.
401 E. City Ave., Bala Cynwyd, (610) 227-1507.
704 W. Nields St., West Chester, (610) 696-0800.
245 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 296-7711.
2820 Dekalb Pike, East Norriton, (610) 277-3917.
555 Wellington Square, Exton, (610) 458-3234.
300 W. Lancaster Ave., Devon, (610) 341-8162.
152 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 651-2836.
4343 Main St., Manayunk, (215) 483-1979.
108 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 397-1757.
131 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 917-8888.
231 Haverford Ave., Narberth, (610) 667-7634.
705 Pothouse Road, Phoenixville, (610) 933-4800.
1107 West Chester Pike, West Chester, (610) 429-9999.
801 Montgomery Ave., Penn Valley, (610) 668-9959.
33 Rittenhouse Place, Ardmore, (610) 649-3382.
200 W. Ridge Pike, Conshohocken, (610) 828-2190.
569 W. Uwchlan Ave., Exton, (610) 524-7178.
260 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, (610) 524-4002; 4356 Main St., Manayunk, (215) 508-2066; 70 Buckwalter Road, Royersford, (610) 792-9600.
200 W. Ridge Pike, Conshohocken, (484) 351-8629.
2371 Haverford Road, Ardmore, (610) 649-7192.
1156 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, (484) 625-7777.
500 West Chester Pike, Havertown, (484) 455-7633.
81 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 644-4550.
47 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 642-3050.
180 E. Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, (610) 878-9203.
20 E. Eagle Road, Havertown, (610) 449-4414.
33 W. State St., Media, (610) 892-7787.
243 Schuylkill Road, Phoenixville, (610) 983-9960.
104 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 925-3700.
268 Eagleview Blvd., Exton, (484) 713-8888.
3120 Ridge Pike, Eagleville, (610) 631-0969.
190 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 647-5488.
4-6 W. State St., Media, (610) 892-0115.
1260 Township Line Road, Drexel Hill, (610) 789-3222.
1810 Wilmington Pike, Glen Mills, (610) 358-5538.
64 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 642-5591.
475 E. Uwchlan Ave., Chester Springs, (484) 341-8362.
364 Wilmington-West Chester Pike, Glen Mills, (610) 361-8086; 42 E. State St., Media, (610) 892-8710.
301 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 935-8613.
1550 Paoli Pike, West Chester, (610) 692-5888.
3911 W. Lincoln Hwy., Downingtown, (484) 237-8010.
1001 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 527-1413, 204 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, (610) 544-3934.
100 Ridge Road, Chadds Ford, (610) 358-2665.
273 E. Swedesford Road, Wayne, (610) 254-0281.
1375 West Chester Pike, Havertown, (610) 853-3939.
36 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 896-2755.
654 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 520-2470.
861 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 527-5527.
81 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 651-8886.
1238 Township Line Road, Drexel Hill, (610) 789-9209.
19 S. Olive St., Media, (610) 566-5363.
556 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 651-7840.
700 Nutt Road, Phoenixville, (610) 917-9943.
13 E. State St., Media, (610) 566-6688.
10 W. Market St., West Chester, (610) 430-3300.
150 Eagleview Blvd., Exton, (610) 594-1510.
564 W. Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (484) 318-7655; 333 N. 10th Ave., Royersford, (610) 948-5433.
686 Downingtown Pike, West Chester, (610) 738-8878.
106 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 825-9485.
1017 Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting, (610) 272-2869.
4345 Main St., Manayunk, (267) 297-8151.
10 Marchwood Road, Exton, (610) 524-8110.
212 S. Newtown Street Road, Newtown Square, (610) 359-8418.
163 W. Lincoln Highway, Exton, (610) 363-1850.
53 W. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (484) 412-8009.
503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 971-0390.
668 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 640-2962.
8 E. Welsh Pool Road, Exton, (610) 524-6060.
105 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, (484) 237-8179.
106 W. Gay St., West Chester, (484) 887-0919.
410 W. Lincoln Hwy., Exton, (610) 524-6666.
27 W. King St., Malvern, (610) 647-7400.
1623 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (484) 770-8631.
133 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, (484) 580-6786.
26 E. Eagle Road, Havertown, (610) 808-9933.
128 Glen Mills Road, Glen Mills, (610) 558-4700; 127 E. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 444-5050.
235 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (856) 272-6339.
180 Little Conestoga Road, Chester Springs, (610) 458-8200.
801 W. Sproul Road, Springfield, (610) 690-5430.
327 E. Gay St., West Chester, (610) 701-8485.
31 W. Gay St., West Chester, (484) 887-0241.
872 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 525-7300.
305 W. State St., Media, (484) 442-8012.
1400 Wilmington Pike, West Chester, (610) 399-3500.
182 E. Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (484) 568-4465.
106 W. State St., Media, (610) 892-7616.
826 E. Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square, (610) 444-6500.
678 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 647-1737.
816 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 525-1007.
228 S. Newtown Street Road, Newtown Square, (610) 356-4171.
4600 Pennell Road, Aston, (610) 497-3393.
1254 West Chester Pike, Havertown, (610) 853-9330.
2401 W. Main St., Norristown, (610) 539-0155.
711 Concord Road, Glen Mills, (610) 459-8469.
149 W. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 896-6100; 114 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (484) 580-8003.
4989 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, (610) 353-7033.
114 E. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 444-2244.
499 E. Uwchlan Ave., Chester Springs, (610) 524-3112; 9 N. Walnut St., West Chester, (610) 436-6230.
50 N. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 520-0288.
54 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 658-6246.
150 W. Gay St., West Chester, (610) 431-7074.
821 W. Main St., Lansdale, (215) 368-9230.
379 W. Uwchlan Ave., Downingtown, (610) 873-7911.
40 E. Gay St., West Chester, (610) 696-4100.
824 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 940-0722.
134 Bala Ave., Bala Cynwyd, (610) 660-9400.
25 S. Eagle Road, Havertown, (484) 454-5995.
200 Chestnut St., Downingtown, (610) 873-0405.
108 E. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 925-4984.
790 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, (484) 840-8912.
7 W. King St., Malvern, (610) 644-4009.
213 N. Broad St., Lansdale, (215) 362-8002.
150 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 927-4168.
152 Eagleview Blvd., Exton, (610) 363-4900.
26 N. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr, (484) 222-6216.
3072 West Chester Pike, Broomall, (610) 359-9355.
164 Barren Hill Road, Conshohocken, (610) 828-2550.
720 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 906-3299.
4799 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, (610) 353-4871.
249 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 933-1355.
277 Schuylkill Road, Phoenixville, (484) 924-8387.
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889 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, (610) 269-9600.
1003 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 581-7070.
260 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, (610) 363-9500.
145 Montgomery Ave., Bala Cynwyd, (484) 278-4112; 522 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 254-9100.
4843 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, (610) 356-5262.
155 W. Gay St., West Chester, (610) 429-0125.
297 E. Swedesford Road, Wayne, (610) 293-9779.
115 E. Swedesford Road, Exton, (484) 872-8840.
113 S. Olive St., Media, (610) 565-7794.
2 N. Five Points Road, West Chester, (610) 701-6456.
2 Wallace Ave., Downingtown, (610) 518-3210.
30 W. State St., Media, (484) 443-8945.
609 W. Cypress St., Kennett Square, (610) 925-2651.
323 E. Gay St., West Chester, (610) 918-6221.
201 Gay St., Phoenixville, (610) 935-2659.
55 Jenners Pond Road, West Grove, (610) 450-6125.
477 Lancaster Ave., Malvern, (610) 251-0956.
165 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 225-8226.
5 Brookline Blvd., Havertown, (610) 446-8200.
* BYOB on certain nights only. Call for details.
Opened in 2015, this Delaware County brewery has produced over 140 varieties of beer, including last year’s limited-edition coffee stout, created in partnership with Wawa. Look for food trucks and events at the taproom.
120 Concord Road, Aston, (484) 483-7860.
Head brewer Chuck McKenna opened his nano-brewery in 2017. It specializes in Belgian-style beers.
340 Turner Industrial Way, Aston (610) 245-2178.
Joe and Abby Feerrar debuted Bald Birds in 2018. The taproom features picnic-style and high-top seating, TVs, board games, and videogames.
970 Rittenhouse Road, Audubon, (484) 392-7068.
With its Kennett Brown Ale and Blue Hen Gold IPA, Braeloch has embraced its local roots. The 4,000-square-foot taproom features lots of seating, live music and a dog-friendly outdoor beer garden.
225 Birch St., Kennett Square, (610) 612-9242.
Small-batch brews include the Conshohocken IPA and award-winning Puddlers Row ESB. In addition to a flagship taproom and production facility in Conshy, there are four other locations throughout the suburbs.
You’ll find nine types of beer—from the Castlecade IPA to Lord Whipperfurth’s Stout—at this taproom, which also offers locally produced ciders, wine and craft liqueurs.
242 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 252-0077.
Housed inside a historic firehouse in Downingtown, East Branch produces 11 different brews. The taproom offers a full-service restaurant and bar.
202 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, (484) 593-0815.
A trailblazing, award-winning regional mainstay known for its New American menu and on-site brewing.
This funky microbrewery and pub regularly hosts local bands and open-mic nights.
109 S. Broad St., Kennett Square (610) 444-0440.
An industrial-chic two-story brewery and restaurant featuring 14 rotating taps and a Latin-inspired menu. Check out the new Bodega location in Bryn Mawr.
642 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 240-7908; 810 Glenbrook Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 526-2337.
Known for its Cloudy & Cumbersome IPA, Levante also offers a bevy of other unique options. Rotating food trucks station themselves outside the taproom.
208 Carter Drive, West Chester, (484) 999- 8761.
Named after the street where the owners met, Locust Lane offers four original beers, plus a selection of seasonal and experimental brews.
50 Three Tun Road, Malvern, (484) 324-4141.
Located on the banks of the Schuylkill River, Manayunk Brewing Company has a massive alfresco dining area, multiple bars and a state-of-the-art brewing facility.
4120 Main St., Manayunk, (215) 482-8220.
With locations in Chadds Ford, Devon and Malvern, McKenzie offers award-winning brews and a New American menu.
This seven-barrel brewpub specializes in small-batch ales. The IPAs, saison and stout brews pair well with shareable plates, sandwiches and salads.
420 Schuylkill Road, Phoenixville, (484) 924-8044.
Graffiti-adorned walls, classic arcade games and ample beer-hall-style seating make this 13,000-square-foot brewpub an exceptionally cool option.
1 N. Main St., Phoenixville, (484) 393-2337.
Since debuting in 1995, the pioneering Sly Fox has produced more than 100 craft brews and earned numerous awards.
520 Kimberton Road, Phoenixville, (610) 935-4540; 331 Circle of Progress Drive, Pottstown, (484) 300-4644.
Started by three high schools friends, this small-batch brewery offers 10 beers and tasty pub fare.
368 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 715-2665.
This popular local brewery runs the gamut from IPAs and porters to stouts and pilsners.
609 W. State St., Media, (484) 444-2526; 113 W. Market St., West Chester, (484) 999-8026.
Stickman’s small-batch brews include the award-winning Cousin Stoopid Grand Cru.
861 Kimberton Road, Chester Springs, (484) 202-8576, 326 N. Lewis Road, Royersford, (484) 938- 5900.
This family-run operation brews beer and small-batch Colombian coffee to accompany its light pub fare.
342 Pottstown Pike, Exton, (484) 879-4161.
A two-story barbecue joint and microbrewery offering nine rotating beers, all brewed on-site.
1000 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 525- 1100.
This internationally ranked, six-barrel brewery specializes in American hop-forward, Belgian and French ales. Its Ardmore locations include the Fermentaria, a general store and the original Brew CafeÌ.
A newish nano-brewery with a taproom that features a rotating lineup of IPAs, stouts and ales, plus open-mic nights and live music.
135 N. Main St., Spring City, (484) 374-2671.
With taprooms in Downingtown, Kennett Square and Parkesburg, this Chester County brewery has a stellar national reputation. Victory crafts 17 brews, including staples like Prima Pils, HopDevil and Summer Love.
At this vast new brewery, guests can sip beers, nosh on grub from a rotating lineup of food trucks, and partake in weekly Quizzo sessions.
250 King Manor Drive, King of Prussia, (484) 997-8278.
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Founded by Jared Adkins, with the help from his dad and a friend, Bluebird produces just about every spirit imaginable, including single malt, wheat, rye and white rye whiskeys, dark and sugarcane rums, bourbon, gin, and vodka. Sip them straight, try them in a number of creative cocktails at its Phoenixville location, or pick up bottles at two locations in Philadelphia.
100 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 933-7827.
Opened in 2016, Boardroom Spirits has gained a following thanks to extraordinary creations like its funky “periodic table” spirits (classified as brandies) made with fruits and vegetables. Flavors include apple, beet and carrot. You’ll also find more traditional options like vodka, rum, gin and triple sec. Try them at the tasting room (open Thursday-Sunday), or take a tour on select days to witness the distilling process.
575 W. Third St., Lansdale, (267) 642-9961.
Situated in a converted barn near French Creek State Park, this craft distiller (and eatery) is known for its botanical gins and bourbons and recently introduced a seasonal apple brandy. Grains are fermented on-site in wooden Hall-Woolford old-growth douglas fir fermenters. Grab a bottle during bistro hours, or have a seat for a summer gimlet or negroni.
350 Warwick Road, Elverson, (610) 901-3668.
Five Saints runs the gamut, from vodka to white whiskey, but the distillers’ talents really shine in its award-winning Tuscan-style gin and blood-orange liqueur. Other unique bottles include raspberry-lavender absinthe and rum flavored with maple, bourbon and butter pecan. Tours are available most Saturdays. Look for open-mic nights, karaoke and more.
129 E. Main St., Norristown, (610) 279-5364.
Manatawny offers award-winning aged, unaged and seasonal spirits, including whiskey, rum, gin and vodka. Specialty collaborations with local food purveyors include Swarmbustin’ Honey Whiskey and a maple whiskey. Distillery tours are available on weekends; the tasting room is open Thursday-Sunday.
320 Circle of Progress Drive, Pottstown, (484) 624-8271.
Founded by a trained research scientist with a degree in food biochemistry, Mermaid produces vodka, white and aged rums, and bourbons. All are available to sample Tuesday-Sunday.
2052 County Line Road, Huntingdon Valley, (215) 355-5304.
Harkening back to colonial days, Pennsylvania Distilling Company produces rye whiskies, vodka, white and gold rum, and gin. Bottles are emblazoned with Pennsylvania symbols like the keystone, the Liberty Bell and the original Betsy Ross flag. The tasting room offers flights, cocktails, bottle sales and tours (by reservation) Wednesday-Saturday.
50 Three Run Road, Malvern, (484) 568-4920.
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Established by fifth-generation farmers, this 11-acre vineyard is on historic land once owned by Benjamin Franklin. Open to the public on the weekends, the winery also hosts food truck events every Saturday afternoon April-October.
5 McMaster Blvd., Landenberg, (888) 330-0526
The reds, whites, semi-sweets and fruity varieties at A’Dello are produced from a family recipe passed down to the owners from their Italian ancestors. The tasting room is open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. on weekends.
21 Simmons Road, Perkiomenville, (610) 754-0006.
The winery’s original location and tasting room is a charming renovated 200-year-old bank barn. At its second location in downtown Phoenixville, a tasting room and wine bar are open Wednesday-Sunday and often showcases live music. Both locations hold paint nights each month.
3000 Lincoln Hwy., Coatesville, (610) 857-5566; 260 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-8740.
Part of the expansive 66-acre Fall Line Farm, Borderland primarily grows grapes for merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, sauvignon blanc, malbec and syrah. Try them at the tasting room, which is open most Saturday afternoons.
332 Indiantown Road, Landenberg, (215) 436-9154.
Visitors will likely find something they’ve never tasted before at Cardinal Hallow, thanks to unique options like spicy strawberry, blueberry, jalapeño, and agave nectar. More traditional red and white varieties are also available. The tasting room is open daily. Be sure to try the mead wines and ports, too.
1830 West Point Pike, West Point, Lansdale, (215) 801-2227.
With a focus on dry reds and whites, along with sweet wines that pair well with meals, this popular spot produces up to 30,000 cases a year. The property offers tastings and flights daily, plus barbecues, movie screenings and more—and there’s no shortage of food trucks at select events.
632 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (610) 388-6221.
Established in 2000, this winery’s creations are inspired by the owners’ passion for rock ’n’ roll. Open Tuesday-Sunday, its wine bar offers a selection of 30 whites, reds, blushes and specialty sweet wines.
33 S. Third St., Oxford, (610) 932-9498.
This Kennett Square staple is committed to local production, and over 70 percent of the grapes used in its wines come from its vineyards. The arty tasting room is open on weekends, and the estate also features overnight cottage accommodations.
700 Folly Hill Road, Kennett Square, (484) 899-8013.
Located in a transformed circa-1750s barn, Grace boasts a charming historic atmosphere. The tasting room is open daily, and the winery hosts supper series throughout the year. Couples can tie the knot not far from the vines.
50 Sweetwater Road, Glen Mills, (610) 459-4711.
The only winery in the U.S. to win a prestigious Vinalies Internationales gold medal for champagne, this rural Chester County vineyard grows grapes for whites, reds, champagne and ice wines. The tasting room is open Thursday-Sunday.
200 Grove Road, Elverson, (610) 286-7754.
With vineyards spread across 27 acres of historic farmland, Karamoor Estate produces cabernet franc, chardonnay, meritage, merlot, and sauvignon blanc varieties. The tasting room is open by appointment only.
40 E. Skippack Pike, Fort Washington, (215) 641-0233.
On Saturdays from May through October, you can enjoy live music while sipping a glass at this vineyard, which specializes in dry and semi-dry red and whites. Look for evening concerts and other events during the summer.
553 S. Guernsey Road, West Grove, (610) 869-4412.
With its locally grown grapes, the Italian-style Patone offers wines inspired by European blends. The Chester County winery holds regular events on its grounds, from yoga to brunch to tastings.
1051 Wickerton Road, Landenberg, (302) 545-7388.
Every weekend, Paradocx offers wine flights in a tasting room with expansive views of its 100 acres. Run by four physicians, it offers red, white, rosé and sweet wines. There’s also an outpost in Kennett Square.
148 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 255-5684; 1833 Flint Hill Road, Landenberg, (610) 255-5684.
Family-run and Italian-inspired, Penns Woods features more than 20 white, red and rosé varieties. Open to visitors daily, the tasting room has an outdoor patio with views of the property’s 30 acres. And there’s no shortage of events, whether it’s live music, food-and-wine pairings, or yoga.
124 Beaver Valley Road, Chadds Ford, (610) 459-0808.
Overlooking Brandywine Creek, Stargazers welcomes guests to explore the vineyards where its owners have been planting grapes for their traditional-style wines since 1979. Open on weekends, the tasting room offers red, white and sparkling wines.
1024 Wheatland Drive, Coatesville, (610) 486-0422.
Guests at Stone & Key can create their own wines by choosing and crushing grapes and designing and filling bottles. There’s also a tasting room open daily. It features wines made from grapes grown in California, Washington and Chile. Try the ciders, too.
435 Doylestown Road, Montgomeryville, (215) 855-4567.
This solar-powered, environmentally friendly winery in a 100-year-old bank barn features an indoor tasting room and an outdoor deck, both open daily. Try over 20 dry and sweet wines. In the summer months, sip on peach and strawberry wine slushies.
3050 Pottstown Pike, Spring City, (484) 985-8077.
Specializing in four signature wines made from a blend of Northern Italian- and French-inspired grapes grown in its vineyard, this Chester County winery is housed in a 19th-century barn. The tasting room is open Friday-Sunday.
8820 Gap Newport Pike, Avondale, (610) 268-2702.
With their over 12,000 grape vines in 11 different varieties, these family farmers have been developing their own batches since 2011. Sip red, white and rosé vintages in the tasting room, open Friday evenings and Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
4374 Forge Road, Nottingham, (610) 220-0128.
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