The summer into mid-October saw a bunch of restaurants open in Conshohocken. This has included Morning Talk Cafe, Our Daily Bagel, Daniel’s, Conshohocken Pizza, Fayette Street Oyster House & Grill, The Couch Tomato, and finally Hook & Ladder Skybar & Kitchen and 1874 Social located within the historic firehouse connected to the Hotel West & Main (itself new).
So what is coming next? Here is the latest:
Meranda Box (website)
The pastry shop with “Brazilian soul” from the owner of ‘feine should be open sometime in November/December. It will be located in the former home of Pete’s Deli at 801 East Hector Street in Conshohocken.
Mochi Ring Donut (website)
The regional chain recently started work on its location in Conshohocken. It will be located within the space that was once home to Jimmy John’s at 101 Fayette Street.
Mezeh Mediterranean Grill (website)
Mezeh, an east-coast chain, is opening in the new portion of the Whitemarsh Shopping Center in Conshohocken. It is listed as “coming soon” on its website.
Café du Coeur (Instagram)
Café du Coeur is opening within the Shoppers World Shopping Center at 535 Germantown Avenue in Lafayette Hill. It is expected to open in the fall of 2022. It has been announced that the cafe will be featuring Necessary Coffee, which is based in Lancaster.
The owners of Jasper’s Backyard plan to open a seafood restaurant in the space that was the longtime home of Stella Blu, and more recently Jasper’s WestSide at 31 Front Street in West Conshohocken. The sign is up, but there hasn’t been word on a projected opening date.
Westside Bar & Grill
The owners of Jasper’s Backyard bought the longtime home of Baggataway Tavern at 31 Front Street in West Conshohocken. Originally this was expected to open in September, however, no it hasn’t opened and no updated timeline has been provided.
While Honeygrow has not yet announced that it will be opening at the Plymouth Meeting Mall, the mall’s owner recently shared that a lease had been signed in a press release. No details on where it will be specifically located or when it is projected to open.
Unnamed Replacement of the Old Mansion House
Evan Lambert, one of the people originally behind Savona in Gulph Mills, plans to renovate the Old Mansion House building at 641 Old Elm Street in Conshohocken (Plymouth Township) and open an upscale restaurant. It does not appear any work has yet been done.
This is really a move from inside the Plymouth Meeting Mall to an out parcel that was previously home to a bank. It will take orders online and have a pickup window. It doesn’t appear any work has been done yet.
Hotel West & Main | 46 Fayette Street, Conshohocken
There still may be another restaurant connected to the new hotel. An approximately 4,000-square-foot space is being marketed for lease at the base of the hotel at the corner of Fayette and West Elm Streets. If interested, call (610)-980-7000.
The former Byrn & Dane’s/Fudi | 15 Plymouth Road, #1, Plymouth Meeting
Fudi officially closed in 2022 and the space is now for lease. You can find the listing here.
Spring Mill Campus (former Spring Mill Corporate Center) | 1100 East Hector Street, Conshohocken
There is a plan for a new restaurant to fill what used to be a pizza shop/cafe that mainly served the corporate tenants on the campus. Note that this plan mainly shows what is possible and does not show an actual tenant.
Plymouth Square Shopping Center | Ridge Pike at Butler Pike, Conshohocken
There are several spaces available within the shopping center.
The former Whitemarsh Valley Inn | 474 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill
In August, MoreThanTheCurve.com reported that the Whitemarsh Valley Inn building at 474 Germantown Pike in Lafayette Hill had been purchased by the owners of the nearby Persian Grill. At the time, the new owners had planned to open a second restaurant, but now they are seeking to lease the building (view listing).
The Plymouth Meeting Mall | 500 West Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting
There are a few restaurant spaces available within and along the exterior of the Plymouth Meeting Mall. The most notable spots are the former Elevation Burger, along with a pad site next to Shake Shack. One of these spaces may have been taken by Honeygrow (see above).
Not Going to be a Restaurant
The General Lafayette Inn in Lafayette Hill was purchased by someone who plans to use it for office space. It was most recently home to a restaurant named The General.