Al Pastor Mexican Restaurant to Replace Town Tap in Havertown

A sampling of Mexican dishes from Al Pastor.
Image via Stove and Co. Restaurant Group
A sampling of Mexican dishes from Al Pastor.

A successor has been found to replace the closed Town Tap brewpub at 13 W. Benedict Ave. in Havertown, writes Vince Carey for the Pottstown Mercury.

The popular Mexican cantina Al Pastor is expected to open there in late June or early July.

“Hot on the heels of the grand opening of Joey Chops in Malvern, we are ready to share that Al Pastor is coming to Havertown,” stated Stove and Co. Restaurant Group owner Justin Weathers.

Weathers said there have been requests for years about another Al Pastor coming after the original restaurant in Exton, so when the opportunity came along, they decided to open up in Havertown.

“We love the community, the building, and the outdoor space,” he stated.

The Haverford restaurant will accommodate 200 customers, including a 100-seat outdoor margarita garden.

The food menu offers 15 kinds of tacos, plus burritos, enchiladas, nachos, street corn, three kinds of guacamole, salads, soups, empanadas, and other street food.

Signature dishes include Mexican fried rice, Mexican ramen (winter), tuna ceviche tostada, Al Pastor wings with pineapple glaze, and Dragon tots.

A wide variety of margaritas will also be available, along with other signature cocktails.

There will be 12 beers on tap, a mix of Mexican and craft favorites.

Read more about a Havertown Al Pastor in The Mercury.

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