Montco's Newest Restaurants
Valley Forge & Montgomery County, Pa. | Updated June 7, 2018
The dining scene in Valley Forge and Montgomery County, Pa. continues to grow as nationally recognized restaurants and local gems open up in towns across the county. Here's a look at some our favorites that have opened recently and a few more that are coming soon.
350 Mall Boulevard, Suite 1000C
North Italia puts their all into every detail to create crave-worthy Italian favorites like hand-stretch pizzas and fresh pasta every day. They invite you to sit back and savor every bite, sip, and moment.
JALSA INDIAN CUISINE
The newly opened Jalsa Indian Cuisine has quickly become one of the area's most popular new restaurants. Located in the former Chateau Granieri in Jeffersonville, the restaurant serves upscale Indian cuisine daily at lunch and dinner.
The King of Prussia location for J. Alexander's, now open along Mall Boulevard, is the first in the northeast for the upscale steak and seafood restaurant. The menu offers hearty, well-executed American foods such as barbecue baby back ribs, miso-glazed Atlantic cod and Carolina crab cakes.
KILWIN’S KING OF PRUSSIA TOWN CENTER
King of Prussia
For the first time, the "Kilwins Experience" is now available in the Philadelphia area. Come see your favorite treats made, fresh in the store "theatre-style," including Sea Salt Caramel Fudge, Pecan Caramel Apples, Cashew Brittle and “Original Recipe” Ice Cream.
Cafe Lift is well-known as one of Philadelphia's best brunch spots and Montco has claimed one for the suburbs. The restaurant is located inside the former Royal Bank building in Narberth, and will be offering the same style menu as the Philly location with the added benefit of boozy brunch.
King of Prussia
The King of Prussia Town Center gets one more dining spot with the opening of Vitality Bowls. Acai bowls, panini, juices, smoothies and salads all prepared fresh make up the menu at this health-conscious restaurant. The location will be the first in Pennsylvania for the superfood fast casual chain.
Featured on FYI Philly, The Bercy adds to Ardmore's impressive list of international flavors. The Bercy is described as a modern take on the classic French brasserie and is open for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.
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MAIN & VINE
MAIN & VINE is a Northern California-inspired bistro serving up thin, Napa-style sourdough pizzas, stellar vegetable dishes and some of the finest wines in the world.
RIPPLEWOOD WHISKEY & CRAFT
Ripplewood opened in late April and is the Main Line's newest destination for craft spirits, wines, and beers. The restaurant also offers fantastic food, including a lunch menu during the week and weekend brunch.
After celebrating a grand opening on June 1, Buutchiis Grille brings authentic West African and Caribbean food to downtown Ambler. Montco locals may know Buutchiis from the mobile food cart that started making the rounds in 2017.
CERISE CRAFT STEAKHOUSE
On August 24, Cerise opened as the first independent byob steakhouse on the Main Line. Voted best chef of the Main Line from 2015-2017, Chef Ben Thomas serves personally curated prime steaks, the freshest seafood and pasta dishes, signature starters and inventive vegetable dishes.
RICE & CURRY
Rice & Curry is a Thai and Asian fusion restaurant offering everything from sushi and poke bowls to dumplings and Pad Thai. With such a diverse and delicious menu, the BYOB gem is already a local favorite.