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From Saturday-Night Brews to Sunday-Morning Bagels, Here's What Has Main Liners Talking This Month

By Marni Manko | March 11, 2020 | Food & Drink


Roasted Colorado rack of lamb from Savona


There’s nothing quite like enjoying a fabulous meal for less, but throw in the fact that a portion of the proceeds from that meal support kids at CHOP’s King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center, and dining out has never been so delicious. Now in its sixth year, King of Prussia’s Restaurant Week (March 9 to 15) features some of the area’s most acclaimed restaurants, including steakhouses like Eddie V’s, Capital Grill, Sullivan’s and Morton’s, and contemporary dining restaurants like Savona, Seasons 52 and Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar—all of which are offering exclusive lunch menus priced at $10, $15 or $20 and dinner menus at $20, $30 or $40. The campaign has raised over $112,500 for CHOP over the past five years. Even sweeter? Many of the restaurants also host CHOP Ambassador Families for dinners, giving them the special gift of amemorable meal.


Bagels are baked fresh at Spread


Main Liners are known for being a discerning crew, and that doesn’t stop when it comes to their bagels. Spread, the cultish bagelry that has already convinced half of Center City to eschew their love of New York-style bagels for Montreal-style—hand-rolled, boiled in honey water and then baked to perfection in a wood-fired brick oven—is now turning Main Liners into converts as well. Since recently opening in tony Bryn Mawr Village, carb-loaders have been flocking to the train station-themed eatery—the decor is an homage to the history of the Main Line railroad—for the ultimate in breakfast decadence. 915 Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr,


A variety of pours from Workhorse Brewing Co.


Workhorse Brewing Co. has quickly established itself as one of the Main Line’s most beloved breweries, but this spring, it’s taking things to the next level with a bevy of new offerings. On the tail of the winter debut of Workhorse Pure, a sake-inspired ale with a light and healthy profile, comes the mid-March rerelease of its Rosé Ale, a 5% ABV elixir that’s fruity yet dry, effervescent and full of tart raspberry notes. And where else to drink this new ale than in the new beer garden that’ll offer comfy seating and fire pits for lounging while imbibers sample their luxe suds? To round off their season of new offerings, Workhorse Pizza and Kitchen is scheduled to open this spring with a menu featuring standard taproom fare such as wood-fired pizzas, artisanal salads and creative handhelds, plus homemade dips and snacks. 250 King Manor Drive, King of Prussia,