COVID-19 cases are trending down, restrictions are being lifted in Pennsylvania in the coming weeks, and Montgomery County residents are ready to get out and shop and eat! Where’s the best place to go for Great Eats—the King of Prussia Mall, of course!
King of Prussia is home to world-class shopping and also world-class dining. Here’s where to go for the best King of Prussia eats.
You’ve got an incredible place to shop and dine at the King of Prussia Mall and the King of Prussia Town Center.
Read on to find the best places to nosh in between bouts of shopping.
The King of Prussia Mall (located at 160 North Gulph Road in King of Prussia) was always big, and now with the addition of the connector that added more retail shops, this makes the King of Prussia Mall the largest mall in the United States with approximately 3 million square feet of retail space!
Obviously, shopping all those stores is going to work up an appetite, so let’s get started on where to find some of the best place to eat around the mall.
This list has some of our favorites, but there’s so much to see, shop, and dine at the King of Prussia Mall, so I suggest you work up that appetite and go shopping! Or eating then shopping?
Want to shop til you drop then head home? Dine-in, curbside pickup, and takeout are all options for dining at the mall. Be sure to check with each restaurant for current hours and menus.*
Get a jump on the summer heat and shop early. Head to the Corner Bakery on the perimeter of the mall (across from Primark), which offers a café experience with seasonal flavors, breakfast sandwiches and wraps, muffins, desserts, and of course, coffee.
Shake Shack, a modern-day hamburger stand offers the best burgers, frozen custards, fries, shakes, and chicken sandwiches around. Their delicious food and customer service make their food more than just a quick stopping point- it’s an experience.
Need an in-between snack or a quick sandwich?
Auntie Anne’s Pretzels are a mall favorite, along with California Tortilla, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chick-fil-A, Chipotle, Asian Bento Café, Sushi & Sushi, Subway, Chop & Toss Salad Company, Fox & Hound, Cinnabon, Tony Luke’s, Cold Stone Creamery, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Pink’s Hot Dogs, Mr. Wish, Qu Japan, The Marketplace Eatery, Starbuck’s, Popeyes, Pizzeria Vetri, E Ice Cream, Thai Kitchen, Café Nordstrom, and more!
Many of the mall’s restaurants offer lunch and dinner, plus cocktails, ice cream, specialty items, and more.
Don’t miss Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue. Coming this month, their menu includes Prime Brisket, Pork Ribs, Chicken Wings, and Turkey all smoked low & slow over white oak.
Menu highlights include the Ginormous Rib — an outsize, 8-hour-smoked bone-in beef plate rib, the largest butcher cut available (and a challenge to find above the Mason Dixon line!).
Special to KoP will also be “BB-Bow” an array of regional barbecue sauces served alongside naked smoked wings: (Carolina Mustard) Yellow, (Alabama) White, (Kentucky) Black and (Kansas City Molasses) Red.
Classic and unexpected sides like Mac `n Cheese, Frito Pie, and Smoked Queso Dip are sure you delight you before or after shopping.
Want a pizza-my-mind? NoRTH Italia offers a quick stop of pasta, cheesy pizza goodness, and fresh salads to fuel up on the way to Neiman Marcus.
Craving Italian? Maggiano’s Little Italy offers traditional Italian cuisine that will satisfy your carb craving and taste delicious. How about seafood? Try Bonefish Grill’s Bang Bang Shrimp, fresh wood-fired fish, or fresh salads tonight and you’ll go home happy.
The Grand Lux Café offers apps, dinners, and desserts (beignets with signature sauces, anyone?), fresh from the chef’s imagination.
The Cheesecake Factory is a long-time favorite of KoP mall shoppers, if not for dinner, then just for dessert! Fresh items made from scratch with palate-pleasing flavors along with craft cocktails and of course, amazing desserts like the Snickers cheesecake, mango key lime cheesecake, or salted caramel cheesecake.
Try their Superfoods if you are saving room for dessert! Visit for lunch, dinner, or brunch.
If you’ve got a little time, I suggest The Melting Pot. Fondue in all its cheesy or chocolatey glory is just what you need after a day of shopping. Check out their new vegan options and their Fall flavors menu.
The Yard House serves lunch and dinner and offers a place where hot food and cool brews like imported and American beers make the perfect combination.
True Food Kitchen offers lunch and dinner, so don’t miss their seasonal nutrient-rich menu and cocktails made from scratch, plus local wine and beer, and pressed juice. Healthy has never been more delicious!
Legal Sea Foods is coming soon! The Massachusetts restaurant is back in King of Prussia and I’m happy as a clam! (see what I did there!?) Famous for their chowder and fresh seafood, you can’t go wrong with any of the items of their flavorful menu.
Seasons 52 also offers healthy and fun—and seasonal—menus. The menu changes each quarter with weekly specials that truly capture the flavors of each season.
So, you’ve shopped the King of Prussia Mall…but that’s not all there is to do in King of Prussia!
Stay and Play, too! Make a weekend of it with hotel packages and stay for a while. In addition to dining and shopping, there’s so much to do, like visit nearby Valley Forge Park, Valley Forge Casino, Escape Rooms, Axe-throwing, plus check out other Montco eateries, and more.
Check out the King of Prussia Mall Town Center (at 155 Village Drive Suite 100 in King of Prussia) with even more retail shops and restaurants* like Davio’s Steakhouse, Founding Farmers, Mission BBQ, Habitat Burger Grill, Duck Donuts, Kilwin’s Ice Cream and Chocolates, Fogo de Chao, Kooma, Starbucks, honeygrow, Paladar Latin Kitchen, Vitality Bowls, Williams Sonoma and more!
Spring and Summer are here, so get yourself to the King of Prussia Mall and enjoy yourself What is your favorite KOP restaurant? Great Eats are here again! Don’t miss KoP Mall’s Military Discount Program.
*Please check with each restaurant regarding food and beverage availability, takeout and delivery, current spring and summer indoor dining hours and rules, any remaining mask requirements, social distancing, and other COVID-19 protocols. Please respect the establishments that you visit.