It’s time to make your Main Line Restaurant Week reservations!

-Brenda Hillegas

Reserve tables! Save dates! Main Line Restaurant Week, from Main Line Today Magazine and Today Media, returns from February 21st through March 6th! The 14-day celebration will highlight the chefs and restaurants in Montgomery, Delaware and Chester counties. Participating restaurants will be offering three-course prix fixe menus for lunch ($26.95, plus tax, beverage and gratuity) and dinner ($39.95, plus tax, beverage and gratuity).

Last night, I stopped by two participating restaurants located in the King of Prussia Town Center. If you haven’t been here yet, this is an awesome one-stop shop with restaurants, stores and a Wegmans! This is actually where I do my main grocery shopping haul each month and I always grab lunch in the Town Center first. Pizzaria Vetri just opened up a location here, so if you haven’t tried it yet now is the time…

Pizzeria Vetri is a great, low-key space. Pizza is cooked fresh in the wood burning ovens just steps away from your table. The menu includes lots of cocktail, beer and wine options, salads, a long list of antipasti, calzones, plenty of pizza combinations, and even take home pizza kits. In the summer, you’ll be able to have some pizza and cocktails outside as you enjoy music in the Town Center’s courtyard. The happy hour looks amazing too, so come back after Restaurant Week is over for discounted drink options and select Neapolitan Pizzas for $10. Weekly specials include Tuesday yappy hours with water and treats for your doggo friends, and paint and sip Wednesdays!

Yum! Margherita pie! Other restaurant week menu options include pepperoni, spinach (with ricotta and mozzarella!), and ‘shroom.

For Restaurant Week, you can choose between a lunch option and a dinner option. Both include an antipasti, pizza and dessert- with delicious choices in each category! Dinner includes a draft beer, house wine or one of the restaurant’s amazing spritz cocktails. I had the orangecello! This is a walk-in only spot. No reservations are needed.

Good luck choosing an antipasti for Restaurant Week! They all pair so well with a pizza! I’d say the roasted cauliflower or arugula salad would be best! But how can you not choose meatballs too?

Cheers!

Then over to Davio’s! This is a beautiful steakhouse that specializes in Italian food. Though it originated in Boston, Davio’s has a handful of locations throughout the US. King of Prussia’s is the only one in Pennsylvania. You’re in for a wonderful dining experience here and reservations should be made!

Davio’s Restaurant Week special is for lunch only, perfect for break from a shopping day with friends. You’ll get three dishes, with a couple choices in each course- an antipasti, caserecci, and dolce! For an additional $10, you can add on the blackened branzino (and you should, it was delicious). Pictured below, that must-try branzino and the comforting pasta fagioli soup.

The grilled romaine with roasted red peppers is also a great antipasti option. For your second course, you can choose between the meatball panini and the free range crispy chicken. A soup and sandwich combo is always a win, especially for lunch. So I’d go with that! But the chicken had a creamy risotto and if you don’t order it for Restaurant Week, you definitely need to return and try it. Of course you have to save room for the key lime pie.

Many thanks to Pizzeria Vetri and Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse for a fun night out trying your new menus. For more restaurants participating in Main Line Restaurant, take a look at the map here and plan a date! Additional details can be found here.

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