5 recently opened or soon-to-be eateries in greater Ambler feat. by the Inquirer

The Philadelphia Inquirer announced today that 60 new restaurants are coming to the greater Philadelphia area, several of which will be (or already are) in the Ambler area.

From their “Pennsylvania suburbs” list:

Cantina Feliz at 111 E. Butler Ave., Ambler:

Fort Washington’s longtime upmarket Mexican restaurant moves into Lucky Well’s space in downtown Ambler.

Expected to open in August.

Chewy’s at 924 N. Bethlehem Pike, Spring House:

Food trucker Charlie Sokowski brings his barbecue and street fare indoors to the former Rich’s Other Place.

The Fort at 325 Pennsylvania Ave., Fort Washington:

The crew from Jasper’s Backyard in Conshohocken is branching into the former Friendly’s in Fort Washington with a similarly family-friendly bar-restaurant with a something-for-everyone menu.

Expected to open in August.

La Baja at 9 N. Main St., Ambler:

James Beard nominee Dionicio Jiménez of Kensington’s Cantina La Martina, and his wife, Mariangeli Alicea Saez, are behind this 30-seat, moderately upscale BYOB, where the cooking will fuse the northern Mexican border cuisine of Baja with Mediterranean and Asian ingredients.

Mary at 47 E. Butler Ave., Ambler:

Chad Rosenthal (Lucky Well Incubator) is readying what he calls a “dark, sexy, intimate” cocktail bar in downtown Ambler, complementing his new Rosey’s Banh Mi.