Wine Spectator Gives Kuddos to Main Line Restaurants

More than a dozen eateries are noted for their high-quality wine programs.

More than a dozen Main Line restaurants earned honors in Wine Spectator’s 2014 Restaurant Awards.

The award features top restaurants around the world with the best wine selections. Wine Spectator ranks the restaurants by their strengths by wine region. Each year, more than 15,000 wines from around the world are blind-tasted by their editors.

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The winners on the Main Line include Savona in Gulph Mills (Italy, California, France), Brandywine Prime in Chadds Ford (California), Creed’s Seafood and Steaks in King of Prussia (California, France), Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar in Radnor (California), Legal Sea Foods in King of Prussia (California), Margaret Kuo’s Restaurants in Wayne (California), Nectar in Berwyn (California, France), Paramour in Wayne (International), Ruth’s Chris Steak House in King of Prussia (California, France), Season’s 52 in King of Prussia (International), Sovana Bistro in Kennett Square (California), Sullivan’s Steakhouse in King of Prussia (California), The Capital Grille in King of Prussia (California), and Yangming in Bryn Mawr (California).

They join 3,740 award winners from 80 countries. Clos Maggiore in London, La Toque in Napa, Nice Matin in New York, Saison in San Francisco, The Stonehouse in Santa Barbara and Studio in Laguna Beach—have earned Grand Award honors for the first time.

“Wine Spectator congratulates each and every one of this year’s Restaurant Award winners,” says editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken. “The commitment of this year’s winning restaurateurs to building high-quality wine programs has been extraordinary. There has never been a more exciting time to be a wine lover.”
This is true, especially on the Main Line. See all the winners at

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