Dining news: Love & Honey to open in University City; At the Table partners with Imprint Beer Co. for new Wayne location

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Philadelphia restaurants turned up the heat this week, with new locations and expansion plans in the works, including a Wayne BYOB partnering with a local brewery for its beverage program and a popular Northern Liberties fried chicken concept selecting its first franchisee.

The foie gras at At the Table in Wayne
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Radnor Restaurant On The Move

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RADNOR, PA —At The Table, a fine-dining restaurant in downtown Wayne, plans to relocate in September to 118 West Lancaster Ave., to quadruple seating capacity.

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At The Table, a fine dining restaurant in Wayne, is moving to a bigger location

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At The Table BYOB in Wayne is moving into a larger location down the road, dropping the 'BYOB' from its name, and adopting a new drinks menu.

Husband and wife chefs Alex and Tara Buzan-Hardy
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At The Table is moving to an expansive new space on Lancaster Ave, tripling in seating to 75 indoors, plus a street-facing patio to fit 25 more. The upscale, West Coast-inspired BYOB will work with Imprint Beer Co. to feature a robust beverage program with crafted cocktails and beer while still allowing guests to BYO—the best of both worlds. With the addition of a raw bar, fresh, new oceanic vibe, and dishes like wild mushroom toast and pan-scared foie gras.

60 newrestaurants coming to the Philly area this fall

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Restaurants will include a steakhouse from a celebrity chef, bistros, bagel shops, taquerias, and New Haven-style pizza.

— Michael Klein

At The Table Gets a Major Foodie Upgrade in Wayne

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At The Table now has expanded kitchen, dining room and further upgrades at its new location at 118 W Lancaster Ave.

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‘Really excited’: At The Table reopens at new Wayne spot with owners eager to please palates

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RADNOR – A restaurant with a familiar name and owners has reopened this week in Wayne. This week, the husband and wife chefs and owners of At The Table opened in a new and larger location, 118 W. Lancaster Ave. in Wayne.

Alex and Tara Hardy of Wayne, owners of At The Table in Wayne
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Fall dining at Walnut Gardens and At the Table; the show goes on at Cirque Du Soleil BAZZAR

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At The Table expands its menu, seating with new Wayne location.At The Table has relocated in Wayne, just a few blocks from its original location.The new space tripled the size of the dining room and gave married owners Alex Hardy and Tara Buzan-Hardy the chance to expand the menu.They added a raw bar to the new space to go along with a six-course tasting menu and a la carte items.

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The October Hit List: Le Cavalier, Mission Taqueria, Spice Finch, and More

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Fall is officially underway and October is that great time of year where holidays don’t yet overtake our calendars. It’s the season of festivals and ideal weather that usually suits either indoor or outdoor dining.

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The Hottest New Restaurants in Philly, November 2023

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The best new palces to get freshest seafood, dazzling vegan dishes, incredible Italian, and impressive ramen

— Ernest Owens

Thanksgiving Dinners with Corinne's Place, Urban Farmer and At the Table

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Urban Farmer on Ben Franklin Parkway, At the Table in Wayne, Pa, and Corinne's Place in Camden, NJ bring the most delicious Thanksgiving dishes perfect for take out!

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Where to Dine in Every Town Around the Main Line

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Look no further for your guide to Main Line area’s finest restaurants, breweries, distilleries and wineries, curated by our editors.

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