The Main Line Area Dining News to Note in May

Read up on your May dining news. Featured courtesy Davio’s

A steakhouse in King of Prussia, a foodie update in Phoenixville and more make the month delicious around the Main Line.

The Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse concept is 100% the domain of Steve DiFillippo and his wife, with 11 restaurants emanating from its Boston homebase all the way to Texas. All provide an elegant setting for a Northern Italian menu. Prime steaks and house-made pasta are key to the success of the King of Prussia location, where the massive contemporary building sits among a variety of other KOP Town Center restaurants.

An eight-ounce center-cut filet from Davio’s. Photo courtesy of Davio’s

The filets, short ribs and pork chops are standouts, with a diverse selection of seafood close behind. Favorites include the Atlantic salmon, George’s Bank Sea Scallops and the Chilean sea bass. Plenty of gluten-free options are available, and the signature “popovers” are a must. 200 Main St., King of Prussia, (610) 337-4810,

Glimmers of life in Coatesville: Plans are underway for a historic bank building on East Lincoln Highway to serve as the home of 30 Prime, a new steak and seafood restaurant from Phil Ferro (Chadds Ford Tavern, Kings Tavern). Ferro is also at the helm of Steel City Brewing (not to be confused with Steel City Coffeehouse & Brewery in Phoenixville), which opens this spring in downtown Coatesville’s former YMCA building.

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More Nibbles: Phoenixville’s iconic Mansion House is now Mansion House 37, featuring food, drinks and live music. … And after a 23-year run, owner Carlo DeMarco has sold Radnor’s 333 Belrose Bar & Grill to Delaware Restaurant Exchange Cap LLC.

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