Montco Restaurant Scene Shows Signs of Post-Shutdown Recovery

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Montgomery County restaurant scene is showings signs of post-shutdown recovery, with several restaurateurs expressing their confidence in the future of the industry by getting ready to open new establishments amid the ongoing pandemic, writes Michael Klein for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Di Bruno Bros new Wayne location.

Two new eateries are coming to Suburban Square in Ardmore. Avram Hornik is preparing to open an indoor/outdoor bar-restaurant called Lola’s Garden, while Kevin and Cat Huang are working on getting a branch of their Chinese restaurant, DanDan, which should be ready to open sometime this spring.

Both groups had made plans for their eateries and signed deals for the locations before the pandemic hit, but neither considered canceling their plans despite the COVID-19-related complications.


Meanwhile, Di Bruno Bros. has opened its largest location to date in Strafford Shopping Center in Wayne this past weekend. The food retailer also signed its deal for the store before the pandemic, which delayed construction on the project. Over a year later, the store is now ready to start welcoming customers.

Read more about the restaurant scene in The Philadelphia Inquirer.


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