Brick & Brew, the restaurant brand from Delaware County, is expanding into the Chester County market, writes Kenneth Hilario for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The Prohibition Era brand founded by restaurateur and managing partner Tom Kane currently has locations in Havertown and Media, and is now planning to open one in Malvern.
The company has already broken ground at 400 East King Street, and is planning to open early next year, according to marketing director, Marcus Dent.
The new location, which is the brand’s first ground-up project, will be its largest yet at 5,500 square feet.
According to Dent, diners will be able to enjoy a Center City-quality experience at the new location without paying Center City prices.
The restaurant will have the brand’s common theme of the Prohibition Era, but will be designed to fit with the local history of the community.
“When you look at the uniforms of our bartenders or waitstaff, they take you back to that time in some fashion. Malvern will have those characteristics and local themes,” said Dent.
Read more about Brick & Brew in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.