Two more restaurants, and a paint and wine bar brand have signed on to open their first outposts in the Philadelphia region at the King of Prussia Town Center, where current tenants are already reporting early success since their openings.
The King of Prussia Town Center, developed by Maryland-based JBG Cos., over the past year has become a retail destination in the Montgomery County area with stores like Ulta, Nordstrom Rack and REI.
The center — which was put up for sale recently — also created, in the suburbs, a dining destination with a "downtown" quality to it. Restaurants that have called the center home over the past year include Philadelphia's Honeygrow, and national players like Fogo de Chao and Naf Naf Grill.
JBG Cos. said it has signed on three more food and beverage-focused tenants to open at the 263,423-square-foot development: MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company, Choolaah Indian BBQ and Muse Paintbar.
MidiCi is slated for an early May opening; Choolaah and Muse Paintbar have not shared a timeframe yet. It will be each brand's first-to-market locations in the region.
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