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Area Highlights

User reviews and recommendations of top nearby restaurants.

Thai Square Restaurant


Distance: 0.06 Miles

Rating 76 reviews
Devil's Pocket Food & Spirits

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Distance: 0.16 Miles

Rating 58 reviews
Aprons Soul Food Restaurant

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Distance: 0.21 Miles

Rating 44 reviews
The Sidecar Bar & Grille

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Distance: 0.37 Miles

Rating 532 reviews
Los Camaradas


Distance: 0.38 Miles

Rating 75 reviews
Café Lutecia

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Distance: 0.43 Miles

Rating 145 reviews
Tria Cafe Fitler Square

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Distance: 0.47 Miles

Rating 67 reviews
Ti Penso

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Distance: 0.49 Miles

Rating 35 reviews
Honey's Sit N Eat

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Distance: 0.5 Miles

Rating 406 reviews
Cafe Ynez

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Distance: 0.54 Miles

Rating 138 reviews

Malvern is a quaint borough and a member of Philadelphia's Main Line suburb. Like Bala Cynwyd, the area was founded by Welsh immigrants who purchased land from William Penn. The area continues to evolve. From a small town built around an inn into the modern, engaging borough that exists today, Malvern is moving forward.


As a member of the Main Line, Malvern enjoys the accessibility that SEPTA regional rail provides. Riders can enjoy 45 minute rides into Center City, Philadelphia. With plenty of parking, Malvern Station sees quite a few commuters on weekdays. Though, not all residents need to commute to work. With employers such as Vanguard Group, Liberty Property Trust, Siemens Healthcare and more in the area, there are quality employment options available locally.


The borough is also close to some major highways including the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Lancaster Avenue and Route 202. However, the borough itself is spared from major roadways. With safely paced traffic and a concentrated shop and restaurant district, Malvern is a walkable town. Walk to coffee shops, saloons, boutiques, a saddlery, furniture and other shops.


There are many options when purchasing a home in Malvern. There are new construction apartments with modern accoutrements, stone homes from the early 1800s and everything in between. Find the commercial center of the town on King Street and residential spaces branching off from there. The town is also home to Malvern Preparatory school and the Phelps School.

The Malvern Community Arts Project honor the past by arranging for murals to be painted around the town. See our photos for a few samples of these public pieces.

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