Wayne is an unincorporated community centered in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, on the Main Line, a series of highly affluent Philadelphia suburban villages located along the railroad tracks of the Pennsylvania Railroad. While the center of Wayne is in Radnor Township, Wayne extends into both Tredyffrin Township in Chester County and Upper Merion Township in Montgomery County. The center of Wayne was designated the Downtown Wayne Historic District in 2012. Considering the large area served by the Wayne post office, the community may extend slightly into Easttown Township, Chester County, as well.
Things to do in Wayne
4 based on 498 reviews
White Dog Cafe is committed to serving the finest ingredients from local farms promoting sustainable, healthy dining and a strong community. Our contemporary American cuisine is prepared from our heart, blending seasonal ingredients and bold flavors with a refined presentation. Our three locations in Wayne, Haverford and University City provide unique and comfortable dining rooms paying tribute to everyone's beloved best friend. Open for Lunch, Brunch and Dinner with Happy Hour specials.
Delicious food and beverage. Service good but can slow up when busy. The dog portrait decor makes for good conversation...especially if you are a dog/animal lover!. Parking is limited but they do have valet. Gets busy quickly so make reservations if you can. Definitely worth going.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
I stopped here before business meetings in the area. Great, friendly service with excellent coffee selection and a few choices for very light food. Great place to meet up or just relax to start your day. The entrance is a bit small so look closely so you don't walk right by.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Carlo deMarco is recognized as a local culinary gem. A Villanova native, driven by his passion for food and cooking, opening a hometown restaurant was his dream come true. deMarco earned a Hotel & Restaurant degree from The University of Massachusetts, before studying at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America. For over 17 years Chef deMarco has remained dedicated to a contemporary American fare, layered with worldly flavors, and a commitment to quality and freshness. His changing menu consistently promises exciting new selections, often influenced by seasonal ingredients, as well as customer demand. The menu at 333 Belrose Bar & Grill changes with the seasons, so you can enjoy the best of local and seasonal foods, when they are at their most flavorful. Together at 333 Belrose, Carlo and Rob have created an inviting, lively and gracious spot with a relaxed yet sophisticated environment, come in and see why 333 Belrose is the Main Line’s best cuisine.
Only after ordering did I realise the Belgian theme to my meal. I had selected Brussels Sprouts (stir-fried Asian style with peanuts - delicious) followed by Moules Frites. The wine we selected however was an American Cabernet Sauvignon and came with the added bonus of...MoreWe appreciate the great review and will be sure to share with our team. The 1/2 price wines, under $100, is good on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We hope to see you again soon.
4.5 based on 398 reviews
Feb 17 2018 -- Took my wife to Capital Grille for a surprise anniversary, Valentines Day and early birthday.
Staff was very polite and easy to deal with. Made reservations over the phone very easy. Arrived a little early staff was very nice wishing us happy anniversary and birthday sat us right away.
Waitress was great very pleasant. Cocktails are a little expensive $14 for a Manhattan 46 (it was very good) We ordered that bone in Filet with a side of mashed potato's and it was absolutely amazing highly recommend.
over all every one was very nice and accommodating food was amazing, only issue for us it was very expensive $200 including tip for 2 bone in filet, mash potato's and 2 cocktails.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
This Ice Cream stand off the highway is always crowded with waiting lines at windows. Good Ice cream and "very limited" seating available but heat and few tables keep most "diners" in their cars eating. Must be some mystical attraction because Ice Cream is good but not GREAT. Nostalgia must be the draw.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
Paramour features seasonally inspired modern American cuisine in a setting that combines distinctive classical architecture with elegant contemporary furnishings. This inviting, energetic restaurant is the perfect place for a special occasion meal, but also a fun spot for a cocktail or a glass of wine and a quick bite. For an experience you can truly fall in love with, feed your passions at Paramour.
While looking for a nice restaurant open on Thanksgiving, Paramour came up. I was able to use OpenTable to get a decently timed reservation for 3 and this was the day before surprisingly. I cannot speak to their normal menu but the food they server for the Thanksgiving pre-fixe dinner was very good. It covered all the traditional dishes - Turkey, stuffing, etc. - and was very tasty. The portions were a small-moderate size which I personally found appealing. The dessert was exceptional. I choose an inexpensive red wine to accompany the meal and it was still quite good.
Service was rather good with the minor point of having to find the waiter to get the check but they were naturally busy with the holiday. The atmosphere is upscale but comfortable with "smart casual" or "business casual" dress suggested.
4 based on 174 reviews
Fleming's Radnor, PA is an ongoing celebration of exceptional steak and wine. We are located in the Radnor Financial Center in Delaware County, near King of Prussia and outside Philadelphia.
I decided to give this restaurant another chance after a less than stellar experience the previous month. We got Oscar as our server. We have had him as our server in the past, and he is very good. He is amiable and attentive. So this time, the food (my wife and I split a Bone-In Ribeye) was very good, as was the service. I tried one of the wines on the menu that was selected for the Radnor location--a cab from Monticello Vineyards. It was an excellent pairing with the steak. This visit, there was no interaction with management. No one stopped by the table to chat, which was not typical. But we had no problems.
4 based on 142 reviews
The Neighborhood Place since 2001!Open lunch, dinner and late night. Casual, family friendly, late night bar specials and food until 1 am.
when Christopher's opened it claimed to be "family friendly_ a wise move in a family oriented community. It has consistently served good, straight ahead food at reasonable prices, with pleasant and efficient servers. The noise level is occasionally a bit loud, and prices at the separate bar are not "family friendly" - but that is a different, night scene. Christopher's will survive long after other Wayne restaurants come and go, and there is good reason for this. very satisfying...
4.5 based on 782 reviews
Restaurant Week in KOP and we decided to meet at Seasons 52 for dinner. They offered a prix-fixe menu but you could also order off the menu. The parking lot was really full and we found the complimentary valet at the front door - really nice feature. We were seated immediately and our server was great. We selected our meal and everything was served as ordered and very enjoyable. We were given plenty of time to enjoy the company of our friends never feeling rushed. Make sure you have reservations this place is very busy.
4 based on 149 reviews
The food (fagri/prawns) were excellent although $100 for both. Large gluten free menu
The atmosphere and decor were modern and attractive
The service- was brought and charged for a dessert we didn't ask for. Had to fight through the servers attitude to take it off the bill. We also were being pressured into buying more expensive Greek wine despite communicating we wanted something different.
Too many good restaurants in Wayne/radnor/Villanova to warrant a trip back
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