With the new extension of the King of Prussia mall, plus the new addition of the King of Prussia Town Center, the western suburb of Philadelphia is in the beginning stages of its restaurant-chain-influx of both the local and national variety.
And it starts today:
King of Prussia Town Center
Today, July 21, the Town Center's first restaurant opens: Fogo de Chão, the Brazilian steakhouse with locations all over the country. Following close behind, Davio's will launch its first Philly-suburb foray sometime next month (there's a job fair happening on July 28). Founding Farmers will open its first outpost outside of the DC-area. Fast-casual-wise, Honeygrow will open its first KOP venture alongside b.good and Naf Naf Grill.
King of Prussia Mall
Despite having dealt with some unfortunate circumstances down south, Sbraga Dining is still scheduled to open The Fat Ham's second location in the mall's newest extension, Savor King of Prussia. and Hai Street Kitchen Co. will join them. According to Philly.com, a second Shake Shack, a Sweetgreen, and Philly-outposts of NYC's Nicoletta Pizza and grilled cheese experts, Melt Shop will also be joining the fun.