Best Hotel Restaurant 2017: The Tudor Revival-style Wayne Hotel is one of the Main Line’s most iconic structures. Within it is Paramour—the modern, casually refined dining room offering lunch, dinner and brunch. Try the scallop crudo, the rack of lamb, or a Maine-inspired lobster roll.
Best Ambiance in Wayne 2015: With its richly decorated interior and inviting atmosphere, this culinary destination in the Wayne Hotel exudes charm and sophistication. Sip wine poured tableside by a sommelier, and take in the eye-catching aesthetics, whether you’re in the chic dining room or enjoying the weather on the veranda.
Best Martinis 2014: Armed with a fruity assortment of infused vodkas, Paramour bartenders craft intriguing martinis, often with humorous twists. The Muddy Pothole’s black-olive “tires” made patrons smile during our long winter, and the Peeptini (with limoncello and toasted marshmallow syrup) was an Easter ode to Peeps. Punchline or no, all martinis are half-price during Liquid Therapy Happy Hour.
Spend a lazy Sunday at the historic Wayne Hotel's elegant yet contemporary in-house restaurant, where you can build your own bloody Mary (with house-made heirloom-tomato mix, a choice of hot sauces, fresh horseradish, pickled veggies and Gulf shrimp skewers) and savor the chef's complimentary appetizer bar. Brunch entrées range from cinnamon-swirl brioche French toast to chicken and waffles.
Best of the Main Line
Best Main Line Restaurant (Readers', 2018)
Best Wine List (Readers', 2017)
Best Hotel Restaurant (Critics', 2017)
Best Ambiance in Wayne (Critics', 2015)
Best Appetizers (Readers', 2014)
Best Martinis (Critics', 2014)
Best Brunch (Critics', 2013)
Best Appetizers (Readers', 2013)
Best Chef: Michael Giampa (Readers', 2012)
Best New Restaurant (Readers', 2012);
Best Drink for Girls' Night Out (Critics', 2012)
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