There’s 26 New Restaurants in the Suburbs, Including 4 From Delco

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Customers enjoying the rustic beer hall Bierhaul in Thornton.
Image via Bierhaul.
The interior of Bierhaul in Thornton.

The suburban restaurant scene is bouncing back vibrantly as more than two dozen noteworthy restaurants open in Philadelphia’s suburbs, including four in Delaware County, writes Michael Klein for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Autana at 4 Station Road in Ardmore is an expanded experience from the Ardmore Station Café pop-up restaurant and ghost kitchen run by chef Levi Hernandez and daughter Maria Jose.

There are three menus featuring Venezuelan food—a coffee, lunch menu and reservation-only Thursday to Sunday dinner menu, featuring  costillitas, salmon skewers and patacon.

Bierhaul at 341 Thornton Rd., Thornton is a rustic beer hall in the old Stables at Yellow House in the Glenn-Mills Concordville area.  Bierhaul has 26 Belgian, French, Irish, and German beers on tap and a cocktail list.

Co-owner James Mullally describes the made-from-scratch cuisine as “new American.”

Dom & Mia’s at 145 Saxer Ave. in Springfield is in a former bank building with a full bar and a something-for-everyone menu.  It is open most of the week from lunch through date night.

Tous Les Jours

Tous Les Jours, at Haverford Station Road and Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, is the second area location of this South Korean bakery and coffee shop.

Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer about these “hot” restaurants in Delaware County.

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