Paramour, the swanky upgrade to the century-plus old Wayne Hotel’s dining room and bar, opens tomorrow. As Grub Street previously mentioned, the sprawling space will house several different concepts under one roof. There’s a cozy lobby lounge for drinks and small bites in the afternoon and evening, and coffee and tea during the day. The Bistro Bar will serve an all-day menu of bar bites, sharable plates and sandwiches. The dining room, which features a counter overlooking the open kitchen, will serve a more sophisticated bill of fare from Chef Maurice Kim deRamus. Peep the slideshow for a look at Paramour, and keep reading for more on its menus.
Click here for Paramour’s cocktail book, here for the Bistro Bar’s menu, here for the all-day menu and here for the main dining room’s menu.
Paramour, 139 East Lancaster Avenue, (610) 977-0600
Earlier: Paramour Will House Several Different Concepts Under One Roof
Weather permitting, the restaurant will seat guests outside for coffee, tea and cocktails.
Inside, guest can relax with cocktails, coffee or afternoon tea, which will be served daily.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served daily in this casual bar area. The bar itself seats up to 16.
In addition to the bar, the space offers cozy banquettes and tables for guests.
The communal table, which is also located in the Bar Bistro, seats parties of six or more.
Guests flying solo or in small groups may enjoy the crudo selections and other a la mintue creations Paramour’s chefs prepare before their eyes while seated at this counter that faces the open kitchen.
The back wall of the dining room flaunts Paramour’s wine selection.
The dining room will serve a more sophisticated menu, including dishes for two, steak house staples and seafood.