Chef Jose Garces Brings Amada to the Main Line

Chef Jose Garces Brings Amada to the Main Line

Chef Jose Garces Brings Amada to the Main Line

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Chef Jose GarcesPhiladelphia, PA - James Beard Award Winning Iron Chef Jose Garces announces plans to expand one of his most beloved restaurant concepts to the Philadelphia suburbs.

Chef Jose Garces to Bring Amada to the Main Line with New Location in Radnor

Named after his grandmother, who ignited Garces’ love for the kitchen at a young age, Amada was Garces’ first solo venture, which won him the James Beard Award for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic. Now, 15 years later, Garces brings Amada to the Philadelphia suburbs.
Amada will open a new outpost on the Main Line at 555 E. Lancaster Avenue, Radnor, PA 19087, in early 2023. Chef's modern take on Spanish tapas began in 2005 as one of Chef's first restaurants when he went out on his own. 
The forthcoming third outpost in Radnor will feature 7,000 square feet of space for indoor and outdoor dining, with seating for an estimated 200+ guests, two outdoor patios, a private dining room for 45 people, and a newly renovated bar that will seat around 25. 
Amada will feature an expanded selection of Amada's signature Spanish tapas ((Tortilla Española, Wagyu Brochettes, Amada's Empanadas), Cochinillo Asado (a whole roasted suckling pig), and Paella Valenciana (rabbit and chorizo paella),  plus new dishes exclusive to Radnor developed for the on-site wood fired oven. 
From the bar, Amada’s wine program exclusively features wines from Spain with over 100 selections from both popular and emerging regions in the country, plus cocktails inspired by Spanish ingredients and Red and White Sangria.

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