8 New Spots for Eating and Drinking Around the Main Line

Hey Main Line foodies: Get ready for an amazing year in our region with these great new restaurants, breweries and more.

New year means new eats! Add dining local to your list of resolutions and try these new spots around the Main Line region in 2022.

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Suburban Brewing Company’s Eric Yost and Corey Ross recently debuted their 322 Taproom, a 10-barrel brewhouse with an outdoor patio. The food menu includes burgers, nachos, egg rolls and a selection of vegan options. 3041 Horseshoe Pike, Honeybrook.

Named after his dad, chef Erin Morrison’s Peter Clark Kitchen offers a plethora of savory grab-and-go entrees, soups, salads and more. Morrison’s fine-tuned private dining experiences are also getting rave reviews. 698 E. Market St., Unit 3, West Chester.

Fudi Fast Food is a plant-based rebranding effort by Bryn Davis of Bryn & Dane fame. The vegan menu focuses on wraps, bowls and smoothies. 115 Plymouth Road, Plymouth Meeting.

Issho Sushi and Steakhouse has been wowing Asian cuisine aficionados at bustling Exton Crossroads. Highlights include sushi, sashimi, soups and hibachi dinners. Save room for the fried cheesecake. 216 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton.

A new concept by James Beard Award finalist and Top Chef winner Nicholas Elmi, Larkspotlights sustainable seafood, handmade pastas, heritage meats, local vegetables, craft cocktails and a thoughtfully curated wine list. Ironworks at Pencoyd Landing, 611 Righters Ferry Road, Bala Cynwyd.

Von C Brewing Co.’s Rick, Eric and Jay von Czoernig are sixth-generation brewers, dating back to 1860 when great, great, great grandfather Christian Schmidt founded Schmidt’s Brewery in Philadelphia. These days, the focus is on IPAs. Food trucks are also onsite. 1210 Stanbridge St., Suite 300, Norristown.

With R5 Wines, Kieran and Kristie Sheppard Robinson have created a oenophile’s tasting oasis to showcase their Sonoma, Calif.-produced label. Online ordering options are available, as well. 206 E Lancaster Ave., Downingtown.

The Philly-based Thirsty Dice Board Game Café is expanding soon to Ardmore. The old-school interactive gaming concept is matched with menu items like Par-Cheesey Nachos and a Battleship Flatbread, plus its infamous boozy milkshakes. One Ardmore Place, Ardmore.

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