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New Korean Barbecue Eatery Now Open In Ardmore

in Ardmore/Lower Merion

Source: Patch

ARDMORE, PA — If you think the Main Line’s food scene will ever stop growing, you’re in the wrong, as another new spot is serving up authentic Korean barbecue food in Ardmore now.

Songsan officially opened its doors to the public on March 26, offering all kinds of Korean BBQ favorites to hungry guests.

Located at 66 Rittenhouse Place in Ardmore, Songsan offers dishes ranging from edamame to bulgogi, kimchi fries to ramen, Korean BBQ tacos to bibimbop. It also offers tabletop barbecuing for the authentic KBBQ experience.

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Professional Networking on the Mainline Live

We invite you to an evening out with other local business owners, entrepreneurs, executives, and career-minded professionals on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at Iron Hill Brewery in Ardmore from 6-9PM.

It’s a great chance to get out of your office (home or otherwise), step away from the computer, and meet new people who are the mainline’s professionals that are ready to connect, in a cocktail party atmosphere, for an outstanding business networking experience.

Sponsored by Steam Powered Marketing a full service digital marketing agency proud to be a Certified Partner of Digital Marketer, one of the world’s leading digital marketing training and certification organizations. They have a vast amount of experience working with many different businesses including engineering and technology, insurance, training and education, oil, gas and nuclear, health and wellness and local government.

Tickets start at $15 in advanced or $20 at the door, so reserve your spot now to ensure entrance and save money.

What’s Included:

Chance to win prizes and gift cards (want to donate, contact us!)
Networking at Mainline’s newest and chicest event location
Admission to event
Complimentary glass of Beer or Wine
Light appetizers
Happy Hour Pricing on cash bar

$15 in advanced, $20 at the door!

In addition to the event, we’re always looking to make connecting with other industry professionals as easy as possible for you. It’s with great enthusiasm that I announce our new partnership with Contap Social, the most versatile networking app on the market today.

All attendees are asked to use Contap Social to network at our events. We recommend you download Contap Social now and setup the app prior to our event:
1) Download Contap Social: From your mobile phone, click this link, contap.io/download or head to the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and search for and download “Contap Social.”
2) Setup your profile: Open the app, click on the bottom-right icon, and tap “EDIT DETAILS” to add your contact information, and tap “EDIT PROFILE” to create your bio.
3) Join the event: Head to the app’s home screen (center-bottom icon), and tap on the calendar icon in the top-left corner. Then, find and tap on the desired event and click “ATTEND EVENT.”
4) Start networking: Tap on anyone’s profile to swap socials, contact information, and documents!


Main Line Craft Steakhouse Closing

in Bryn Mawr/Lower Merion
Photo Credit: Patch

Source: Patch

MAIN LINE, PA – A Main Line steakhouse is closing its doors this weekend after five years.

Cerise Craft Steakhouse on Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr will serve its last meals on Saturday Jan. 12, the restaurant announced on social media.

However, chef and owner Ben Thomas said this isn’t the true end of Cerise.

“This is the last week of normal operation, and then we will have several classic Cerise tasting menu Saturdays,” Thomas posted on the restaurant’s Facebook page. He also said he will continue to cater cook for private events.

There are two special prix fixe dinner events planned for January. See details on those below.

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Bala Cynwyd’s Dairy Cafe Closes, Kosher Pizzeria Coming: Report

in Bala Cynwyd/Lower Merion
Photos source from Patch.com

Source: Patch

It was a good run for the Montgomery Avenue cafe, as it has closed after three and a half years of serving Main Liners.

BALA CYNWYD, PA – After three and a half years of serving Main Line residents, Bala Cynwyd’s The Dairy Cafe has closed.

According to Philly.com, the Montgomery Avenue cafe has closed, but its owners have plans to open another eatery nearby.

Read more on Patch.

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