Harvest Seasonal Grill To Replace Susanna Foo in Radnor


Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar is replacing Susanna Foo in Radnor.

Dave Magrogan’s rapidly expanding restaurant empire will soon be adding a sixth Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar to the Main Line. This Radnor location will replace Susanna Foo’s Gourmet Kitchen that closed in June.

Harvest is a farm-to-table concept that promises organic, local and sustainable ingredients sourced locally. This location will have seating for 200 in its main dining room plus a 50-seat bar, 60-seat private dining room and three patios.

The Radnor Harvest Seasonal Grill will open in the spring of 2016.

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Suburban Eats: Lobster Dinner at Susanna Foo


Although news of Susanna Foo’s return to Center City was released yesterday, things are still up in the air as to when exactly that will be. And if you can’t handle the suspense, well…we can’t do anything about that. But what we can do is give you the scoop on Susanna Foo’s Weekend of Lobster Dinners in Radnor.

Starting Friday, July 25, and going until Sunday, July 27, head out to the Main Line for some good eats and cheap prices (when it comes to lobster). For $39, each guest can enjoy 3 courses – 2 courses of Asian Fusion lobster-style meals, plus 1 course to satisfy your sweet tooth. Dishes include Lobster Claw Tempura with Pei Mussels, Roasted Maine Lobster & Diver Scallop, and Jersey Peach Cobbler.

Make your reservations by calling 610-688-8808 or by clicking here.

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Honeygrow’s Radnor Location Now Open


Honeygrow’s newest location is officially open for business, people. The third outpost of the popular salad and stir-fry spot opened over the weekend at 230 North Radnor Chester Road, in Radnor, between the Radnor Financial Center and Radnor High School.

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End-of-Week Jaw-Dropper: Radnor’s Car-Alan Estate

Photo copyright TREND via BHHS Fox & Roach - Wayne.

Photo copyright TREND via BHHS Fox & Roach – Wayne.

This estate was built in 1898 for Alan Reed, of the successful Jacob Reed’s Sons clothing store chain in Philadelphia (about which you can read much more here). As he would do a few years later for his store at 1424 Chestnut, Reed hired William Lightfoot Price to design his home, which shows a range of influences, from Frank Furness (with whom Price briefly worked) to Arts and Crafts elements. The estate was named Car-Alan (Reed’s wife was named Carrie).

Some of the home’s standout features: a butterflied staircase with turned spindles; Arts & Crafts wallpaper; eight fireplaces; original leaded glass windows; and those ceilings! Dear lord, those ceilings.

But really, these photos speak for themselves.

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Radnor Township Announces $11.6M Ardrossan Deal

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Photo from The Philadelphia Story via Stand By for Mind Control

The famous “Philadelphia Story” land — represented on behalf of two family trusts by Edgar Scott III — has been the subject of ongoing neighborhood debate until developer Scott and Radnor Township commissioners brokered a compromise: The township’s planning commission would okay Scott’s plans for between 62 and 75 houses as long as the township had an opportunity to buy a tract or three to serve as green space.

And that’s exactly what’s happened: According to the Main Line Times’ Linda Stein:

Radnor Township has announced an $11.6 million deal to buy 71.03 acres of Ardrossan Farm at Darby Paoli and Newtown roads. If approved by the Board of Commissioners, the township plans to purchase the 27.65-acre Wheeler field, the 16.3-acre quarry tract and the 27.04-acre Rye field. The township land will be used for trails, wetlands and woodland preservation and protection of the viewshed.

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