A Taste of 19010 is exemplified by a diverse variety of restaurants and merchants offering the finest and most popular food, from traditional festival fare to ethnic flavors. This year, Bryn Mawr Day has attracted more food vendors than in previous years, offering a wide array of samples. Below are just a few restaurants signed up for Bryn Mawr Day. We’re sure there is something for everyone.
- Restaurant Cerise offers contemporary European cuisine and BYOB in the heart of Bryn Mawr. Stop by to try one of their signature sandwiches.
- Jenny and Frank’s Artisan provides authentic Italian gelato to those who appreciate quality and flavor. They’ll have three different flavors to try.
- The Jerk Pit Caribbean eatery featuring jerk meats, curries and patties. The home of the best Jamaican cuisine on the Main Line is bringing back its jerk chicken.
- Bertucci’s makes the world’s best pizza in its signature brick ovens, with a genuine handcrafted approach to food. Grab a slice while you can.
- Say Cheese’s award-winning chefs serve fresh, hand-made gourmet meltiness.
- Abuelita’s Empanadas creates a variety of hot, delicious, savory and sweet empanadas, plus fried churros.
- Mompops is a local all-natural gourmet, vegan, allergen-friendly ice-pop company.
- Tango specializes in contemporary American cuisine. The menu features the comfortable dishes you always love and seasonal specialties with some cultural flare.
- Recognized as the “Best Chinese Restaurant in America,” Yangming promises to deliver, with its award-winning spring rolls, pork dumplings and vegetable lo mein.
- Boy Scout Troop 19 and Eldernet will sell carnival-type food items to raise donations for their organizations. Stop by their booths for a hot dog, pretzel or water ice.
For a complete listing of shops and restaurants, visit www.BrynMawrDay.com.