Monday, April 20th—Sunday, April 26th



Main Line Restaurant Week, Philly’s best suburban dining event, returns with great restaurants from the Main Line and western suburbs. The event kicks off Monday, April 20th and runs through Sunday, April 26th.

Participating restaurants will offer special, prix fixe lunch and dinner menus showcasing their chefs’ greatest dishes. Menus will feature lunch for $15 and under (two or three courses) and discounted, three-, four-, or five-course dinners priced at $20, $30 or $50 per person. All menus are currently available on MainLineRestaurantWeek.com.

“Main Line Restaurant Week can be summed up in two words-TASTY VALUES. Our restaurants and their talented chefs work hard on strong menu development and discounts each season so local diners can be assured they are being treated to not only exquisite seasonal cuisine, but incredible values. This spring participating restaurants are offering lunch and dinner menus that are anywhere from a 15% to 50% savings. It’s the most delicious celebration of the suburbs bustling dining scene to date and not to be missed,” said Lockard.

Official Spring Sponsor: Title Boxing Club, Malvern


This spring the official sponsor of Main Line Restaurant Week is Title Boxing Club in Malvern. The successful national boutique boxing franchise opened in February 2013 thanks to owner and Main Line resident Tim Connors. Title Boxing Club has a growing community membership and has embraced the western burbs focus on health and wellness with events and promotions with AroundMainLine.com. “Main Line Restaurant Week builds community and a sense of celebration and belonging and so does the atmosphere and environment that Title Boxing represents. Having Title support our growing event and give back by being our sponsor is an honor,” enthused Lockard.


Kickoff Party at 30 Main in Berwyn April 16th


Main Line Restaurant Week will host itsofficial spring kickoff party at 30 Main restaurant.

On Thursday, April 16th, 2015 from 6pm to 9pm, hundreds of local foodies and Main Line Restaurant Week patrons will gather at 30 Main on Lancaster Avenue in downtown Berwyn to celebrate the tenth Main Line Restaurant Week season.

“We absolutely loved working with the 30 Main team last fall to coordinate an outstanding restaurant week kickoff party so we are excited to return this spring. 30 Main is the consummate party space in Chester County and they are seasoned experts at large events and custom parties. Working with the talents of Executive Chef Steve Zurla and his staff and the wonderful owners of 30 Main, the DiDomenico family, it is going to be a great evening and team effort. I hope our patrons are hungry because we have a terrific spread planned” said Lockard.

No cover charge and complimentary food will be served from 6pm to 8pm.

Partygoers will take over the entire restaurant and the event is cash bar.
Recommended attire is “Dress to Impress.”


Dig In and Win with Main Line Restaurant Week!


Main Line Restaurant Week brings back its exciting photo challenge called ‘Dig In and Win.’ Local foodies are encouraged to dine out at participating Main Line Restaurant Week restaurants BEFORE and during Main Line Restaurant Week and take great Instagram photos of their experience. The best photos, as judged by AroundMainLine.com, will be awarded restaurant gift certificates.

“Using the hashtags #MLRW #MainLineRestaurantWeek #CarpeEatEm will allow all local foodies who are celebrating our participants to share each others’ dining experiences and awesome Instagram images. Instagram is one great way we are driving awareness, enthusiasm and revenue to the local restaurant community and this season of Main Line Restaurant Week it is more exciting than ever. We are looking forward to building great content and celebrating the suburban culinary scene like never before with our loyal followers and fans,” explained Lockard.

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