Ardmore Restaurant Week returns May 6 through May 16, 2021. Join participating Ardmore establishments for $20, $25, or $30 prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. Diners can expect a wide variety of cuisines and will have an opportunity to try menus created especially for this week by award-winning Ardmore chefs.
After taking a year off in 2020 due to the pandemic, Ardmore Restaurant Week returns to the top kitchens and restaurants of Ardmore’s award-winning dining scene. The program is timed to support restaurants in Ardmore and Lower Merion Township that were hit the hardest during the pandemic last year. Many restaurants in Downtown Ardmore are recently back opened, and offering options that include outdoor dining, indoor dining, take-out, delivery and cocktails to go.
Each participating restaurant will offer specially priced menus or participate with a special dining program. Restaurants have the option to offer inside dining, outside dining, take-out and/or delivery. Parking is available throughout Ardmore and is FREE after 6pm and on Sundays. Tax and gratuity are not included. Menu items may change.
“Ardmore Restaurant Week is one of our most anticipated events of the year, and we are thrilled to coincide this year’s event with the thoughtful re-opening of Ardmore” said Ardmore Initiative Executive Director Nancy Scarlato. “Ardmore businesses have survived this past year using their creativity, curating delicious dining options, and with the continued support of the Ardmore community. Ardmore Restaurant Week is a true celebration of our restaurants!”
The list of restaurants for Ardmore Restaurant Week features a who’s who of the top restaurants on the Main Street of the Main Line.
Restaurants Ardmore Restaurant Week include:
Autana – NEW
6 Station Road
Authentic, Venezuelan cuisine.
Blue Pearl Café – NEW
44 Rittenhouse Place
Ardmore’s new plant-based cafe and juice bar featuring the Juice Dr. juices will debut in Ardmore Restaurant Week and bring the first major restaurant and eatery with plant-based, vegan and vegetarian options to the dining program.
Buena Vista Mexican
5 W. Lancaster Ave.
Authentic Mexican restaurant in the heart of downtown Ardmore.
Delice et Chocolat
9 Lancaster Ave.
A taste of France in the heart of Ardmore.
DePaul’s Table – NEW
7 E. Lancaster Ave.
While they prepare for their grand opening, DePaul’s will offer a special Ardmore Restaurant Week Happy Hour to whet your appetite for their full menu to come!
47 E. Lancaster Ave.
Long-running BYOB dining place offers classic Chinese dishes in a serene setting.
35 E. Lancaster Ave.
Local Irish pub serving traditional fare.
John Henry’s Pub
98 Cricket Ave.
Local pub serving classic and traditional fare.
Local Wine and Kitchen
39 Lancaster Ave.
Laid-back restaurant & wine bar serving seasonal New American fare & charcuterie in a hip setting.
Lola’s Garden – NEW
Suburban Square – 51 St. Georges
Modern American cuisine and handcrafted cocktails. Featuring the culinary talents of Executive Chef Andrew Wood. The largest outdoor footprint for Ardmore Restaurant Week including the 2,500 square feet outdoor trellis in the center of Suburban Square.
54 E. Lancaster Ave.
Fine-dining menu of authentic Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine, served in a traditional setting, including outdoor seating area.
Parlour – NEW
18 W. Lancaster Ave.
Gourmet ice cream shop that joins the line-up this year with a special sweet treat for families to enjoy during Restaurant Week. Come and support this small business during the week with your family, or stop after your dinner for a sweet treat to shop and stroll with!
Sophie’s BBQ – NEW
64 Rittenhouse Place
Elevated and chef-inspired BBQ fare.
Tired Hands Fermentaria
35 Cricket Terrace
Small batch microbrews and locally-sourced menu.
A full list of participants, what price points they will offer and their menus will go live by April 23, 2021 at http://ardmorerestaurantweek.com/