CRAVE DINING GUIDE
King of Prussia Town Center
In just three short months, the King of Prussia Town Center has a become a dining hotspot. Four restaurants are now open, with five more scheduled to be open by spring. Here's what you can look for, and what you can look forward to:
FOGO DE CHÃO
The first restaurant to open at the King of Prussia Town Center is a good one. Fogo de Chão is not a place for a light meal; it's a carnivore's paradise with all-you-can-eat steaks, chops and more, delivered right to your table.
DAVIO'S NORTHERN ITALIAN STEAKHOUSE
Philadelphia is already familiar with Davio's. Though the restaurant won't look like the unique 17th and Chestnut location, you can expect the same fine steaks, burgers and more. Added bonus: Davio's is opening an adjacent café for fresh baked goods, grab-and-go lunches and homemade gelato.
PALADAR LATIN KITCHEN & RUM BAR
Paladar may not be the most familiar name to locals, but it is sure to be a memorable one after you try. The restaurant has five locations - in Maryland, Virginia and Ohio - where they are serving favorites like craft-your-own guacamole, slow-roasted meats and more than 75 varieties of rum.
CITY WORKS RESTAURANT & POUR HOUSE
Every town needs a neighborhood bar, and City Works is that and more for the King of Prussia Town Center. With more than 90 craft brews on draft, kicked-up bar food (filet mignon sliders) and a vibrant atmosphere, it's sure to be one of the area's most popular gathering spots.
B.Good advertises itself as "Real. Food. Fast." You may have had a chance to try its kale and grain bowls, seasonal salads, all-natural burgers and hand-cut fries at the Wyneewood location that opened in 2015. If not, you're in for a treat when it opens in King of Prussia.
The Philadelphia-based Honeygrow is scheduled to bring its quick-service stir fries and salads to King of Prussia this autumn. The made-to-order meals use locally sourced ingredients. And don't miss out on crafting your own guilt-free honeybar snack or a delicious smoothie.
NAF NAF GRILL
If you've never heard of Naf Naf Grill, you could be forgiven. The KOP location is the first on the east coast for the Chicago-based Mediterranean restaurant chain. We can't wait to try their shawarmas, falafels and signature Naf fries.
Mission BBQ has already made a name for itself in our region (its four PA locations include one in the city on Roosevelt Boulevard) with its barbecue classics like brisket, pork, chicken and ribs. The restaurant is also dedicated to giving back to the military and local first responders through charitable organizations.
Who says good things never happen in Washington, D.C.? Founding Farmers is a true farm-to-table concept, and their original D.C. location is among the city's best casual restaurants.