Montco's Newest Restaurants

Valley Forge & Montgomery County, Pa.

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. 

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VILLAGE TREATS

236 Haverford Ave
Narberth

The Narberth ice cream and pastry shop is now open under new ownership. The store re-opened on March 9 and features Basset's Ice Cream and Little Baby's non-dairy vegan ice cream. Did we mention the fresh-baked cookies, brownies, and baked goods?

DISHEZ

545 Germantown Pk
Lafayette Hill

Opened March 5, Dishez hypes itself as offering "American styled cuisine with a European flair in a BYOB atmosphere." Sounds like a winning combination to us. The short rib burgers are making us want to visit even more.

ARUSUVAI

2641 Ridge Pk
Norristown

Opened in February, Arusuvai offers Indian and Pakistani food for lunch and dinner. A lunch buffet is available and features a wide range of Arusuvai's menu options.

BOMBAY DHABBA

615 S. Trooper Rd
Audubon

Montco's newest destination for Indian food, Bombay Dhabba opened in early February in the Audubon Square shopping center. The menu includes Indo Chinese specialties and their signature Kati rolls.

FRIDA'S MEXICAN FOOD

196 W. Ridge Pk
Limerick

Opened in January, Frida's Mexican Food in Limerick has all of your south-of-the-border favorites, including street tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and authentic entrees. You can also enjoy a glass of homemade horchata with your meal.

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WORKHORSE BREWING COMPANY

King of Prussia

In King of Prussia's recent restaurant boom, it's been missing just one thing: a craft brewery. Workhorse Brewing Company will change that when it opens in spring 2018. And we can't wait to try it.

THE VAULT

Pottstown

Chef Kaz is in the process of transforming the former Brick House restaurant in Pottstown into his new venture: The Vault. The building on High Street is a former bank, and The Vault takes its name from the bank vault that's still prominently featured in the dining area.

POTTSTOWN UNITED BREWING CO.

Pottstown

Pottstown United Brewing Company was announced in early 2017 and we have anxiously been awaiting the arrival of this new brewpub, due to arrive in late fall. 

J. ALEXANDER

King of Prussia

Driving along Mall Boulevard, the coming soon sign for J. Alexander teases the 2018 arrival of the Nashville-based chain. The King of Prussia location, scheduled to open April 30, will be the first in the northeast for the upscale steak and seafood restaurant.

FROM THE BOOT

Lansdale

One of Montco's favorite Italian restaurants is coming to Lansdale. From the Boot, which already has locations in Ambler, Blue Bell, Lafayette Hill and Wayne, will open in Lansdale's downtown sometime in 2018.

EDDIE V'S PRIME SEAFOOD

King of Prussia

Eddie V's Prime Seafood is coming this summer to the King of Prussia Mall, and we can't wait to get a taste. This will be the second Pennsylvania location (the other is in Pittsburgh) and the first in the region. 

CAFE LIFT

Narberth

Cafe Lift is well-known as one of Philadelphia's best brunch spots and soon Montco will get a taste. The restaurant is scheduled to open inside the former Royal Bank building in Narberth this spring.

VITALITY BOWLS

King of Prussia

The King of Prussia Town Center gets one more dining spot when Vitality Bowls opens in March. Acai bowls, panini, juices, smoothies and salads make up the menu at this health-conscious restaurant. The location will be the first in Pennsylvania for the fast casual chain.

IMBIBE FOOD AND DRINK

West Conshohocken

Coming soon to the former Stella Blu in West Conshohocken, Imbibe Food and Drink will specialize in small plates, wines, and cocktails. Sounds like a good combination to us.

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