Our hope is to provide diners with updated versions of classic regional dishes, contemporary sauces, and an enticing marriage of taste, texture and color. Since 1746, the building that houses this tavern has played a part in the establishment of our nation; first as a respite for stagecoach travelers expanding westward and later as a covert rendezvous point for George Washington, Marquis de Lafayette, and other leaders of the American revolution.
At The Table is a New American Restaurant, located in the heart of the Main Line, offering a relaxed setting for those who love to dine. Owners/Chefs Tara and Alexander Hardy prepare modern, seasonal cuisine with a delightful presentation and outstanding simplicity.
The White Dog Café is known for its unusual blend of award-winning contemporary American cuisine, civic engagement and environmental sustainability. Vespucci’s restaurants are firing-up brick ovens from New England to Virginia, each reflecting the distinct character and local charm of its community.
Like the original Vespucci’s, every kitchen is open, making our brick oven part of the restaurant experience. Located in the heart of downtown Wayne, PA, Cornerstone is a husband and wife chef-owned restaurant and artisanal market.
The Black Cat Café is owned and run by PALS, a nonprofit animal rescue organization. Although every dime we make goes directly to the 600 homeless animals we save every year, we also know that our café succeeds because it is an awesome place to eat.
“Just visited for the second time and would wholeheartedly recommend to all foodies on the Main Line, or elsewhere for that matter.” In 8 reviews. “Close your eyes and enjoy the stuffed peppers, gnocchi with Marinara sauce or the eggplant Venetian (eggplant stack high with spinach, cheese, roasted peppers).” In 2 reviews.
“They have local art on the wall for sale and other artisan goods, like chocolates and protein bars.” In 7 reviews. “The entire staff was very attentive and assisted us in setting up our little bar area (this is a BYOB).” In 28 reviews.
321 E Lancaster Ave, Unit F, Wayne, PA “I personally love the granny smith pita pocket or the banana walnut pancakes (just ask, and they'll add chocolate chips).” In 5 reviews.
821 W Lancaster Ave, Ste 100, Wayne, PA “The taco salads and burritos were very fresh, not greasy, and came in large portions--for a good value, especially for the Main Line.” In 4 reviews.
“I typically get a normal coffee because I love it so much but their lattes are very good as well.” In 7 reviews. “Finally someone who sources SMALL sizes in deep cups, full of brine and serves them COLD, with traditional mignonette.
155 Main St, Ste 120, King of Prussia, PA “I'd also totally recommend the Pay Bhaji- used to be my favorite snack growing up- and Hookah does a decent job.” In 23 reviews.
201 Main St, Unit 160, King of Prussia, PA “Located in the King of Prussia Town Center, this location is surrounded by shops, restaurants and plenty of seating to just sit back and relax.” In 5 reviews.
120 Village Dr, King of Prussia, PA “I got a say, I've had a lot of cheese steaks in my day, but Vic's definitely ranks up at the very top of my list.” In 10 reviews.
“Sushi Name in Pauli has long been our go-to spot for excellent, high quality, super fresh sushi.” In 3 reviews. The area was originally settled back in the late 1600s, and to this day, it remains a bubble of hospitality and a favorite among visitors coming from the city of Philadelphia.
White Dog Café has been committed to serving the finest organic ingredients to local diners for decades. Promoting healthy eating and sustainability within the community, the stylish menu serves dishes ranging from antipasti, sandwiches and salads for lunch, as well as warm entrées to cater to both meat eaters and vegetarians.
For the latter, options such as the kale fusible stands out, as does the butternut squash bisque paired with cinnamon mascarpone, roasted gala apples and candied walnuts. Predict is a wonderful little spot to pick up delicious Italian specialty foods, offering everything from a huge selection of fine cheeses, cured meats, olive oils and pastas to prepared meals.
Pick from a large menu of made to order specialty sandwiches such as one filled to the brim with prosciutto, Gorgonzola, arugula and walnut pesto. Alternatively, go for the parmigiana specials, smothered in homemade marinara sauce and cooked to perfection with a blend of provolone, mozzarella and Pocatello cheeses.
Enjoy the premier al fresco dining in the bistro or the veranda, sampling carefully crafted dishes such as caramelized diver scallops, red wine braised short ribs or the mustard-glazed Scottish salmon. If you’re up for something a bit more low-key, there is a selection of breads and crossing on offer, the one with whipped phone gas mousse and huckleberry jam is for the adventurous.
Alongside the daily lunch specials, hungry diners can pick from a wide range of delicious starters, from veggie quesadillas to potato skins, to mains comprised of salads, brick oven pizzas, succulent burgers, sandwiches and wraps. For those following a gluten free diet, take note that the restaurant offers specialty breads from a local Philadelphia based bakery.
Often buzzing with friendly local folk, this smashing joint is a lovely place to visit for a brief bite to eat or to while away the hours getting work done. Existing since 1746, it has served as a stop off point for travelers heading west, playing host to a slew of remarkable characters over the centuries including George Washington and Marquis de Lafayette.
Sample many delectable small plates, soups, pastas, burgers and sandwiches, as well as entrées of chicken Marsala, cedar plank salmon and char-grilled marinated flank steak. From creative options such as game burgers, goat tacos, beer-braised tender beef and cactus slaw, diner’s taste buds will certainly be in for a surprise here.
Otherwise, grab a couple of sharing platters to go with your on tap beverages and sample the very best of French, Italian and American cheeses and meats. Finally, leave room for dessert as you certainly won’t be able to pass up options such as the mascarpone Anna gotta or the heavenly chocolate chip bread pudding.
Started by a couple with a mutual love for sweets, today Crêperie Béchamel shares the same passion with Wayne’s local community. Here, delicate crêpes are created right on the premises, giving diners a fantastic opportunity to witness the entire process.
In a casual atmosphere flooded with sunlight, the kitchen serves up top quality dishes all throughout the day, starting off with a large brunch menu. If dinner is what you’re after, the choices are similarly tantalizing with the Lancaster County beef short ribs, the pan-seared sea scallops and the butternut fettuccine immediately standing out.
The name pays homage to the later matriarch of the Watermills, who inspired the family’s love of fine dining and their culinary prowess. In particular, the pork loin, the assault Au pollute and the Rohan duck breast with local greens and mustard are wonderful options, especially when paired with a side of the mouthwatering macaroni and cheese.