The Main Line has seen its fair share of recent restaurant openings lately, and there are more on tap. Find new bacon-centric eats in Phoenixville and Mexican cuisine in Wayne. Later this year, Downingtown will have a new Italian eatery and Kennett Square will welcome a new made-to-order sandwiches concept.
This bacon-tastic Phoenixville establishment is hitting its with breakfast and lunch, served from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily. Tantalizing options include the “Flying Saucer” of pan-fried hash potatoes topped with caramelized cheddar, three strips of bacon and a sunny-side up egg; a BLT; and any number of bacon-packed eats: omelets, pancakes, cheesesteaks, cinnamon rolls and more. Those looking for a quick coffee, baked goods or specialty bacon can check out the lounge, open until 6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.
119 Main St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-8324.
If you’re craving Mexican, then Wayne’s Lumbrada Cocina Mexicana is the place for you. Its unique, colorful and flavorful dishes are inspired by the ancient Aztec and Mayans, combined with ingredients and techniques from around the world. The menu is extensive, with varieties of nachos, tacos, burritos, enchiladas and quesadillas. Plus, there are vegetarian and vegan options, as well as fresh salads and fish entrees. We’ve got our eye on the Philly steak burrito, the enchiladas de chipotle and the vegan burrito bowl.
821 W. Lancaster Ave., Suite 100, Wayne, (484) 580-6369.
After Milito’s closed in Downingtown, many of us wondered what was to become of the historic paper mill that overlooks the East Branch of the Brandywine River. Enoteca Tredici will take up the spot. Restaurateur Greg Dodge purchased the property and intends to make major renovations, including live indoor trees and an expansive bar, plus design elements borrowed from the popular Bryn Mawr location. Expect the restaurant to open later this year with menu items like bacon-wrapped dates, lobster ravioli, squid ink tonarelli and truffle flatbread.
20 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown.
The Market at Liberty Place in Kennett Square will soon welcome Rump Roasters and its made-to-order gourmet sandwiches. Anticipate 10 sandwich offerings, including carved-to-order, slow-roasted pork, turkey, beef, chicken and local mushrooms. Enjoy proteins served on freshly baked bread or over salad, mac and cheese, tater tots or as a “meat and three” platter. No sandwich is complete without sides like homemade coleslaw, potato salad, pasta salad and stuffing.
148 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 291-7764.