Local businesses among the first round recipients of Montgomery County’s restaurant grant program

Montgomery County has announced the first round recipients of its MontcoStrong 2021 Restuarant Grant Program. The $5 million fund was established by the county to support restaurants during the pandemic. Through January 27th, 194 grants were approved with each receiving $10,000 ($1.94 million total to all recipients). The county received 866 applications and there is still $3,060,000 to award.

The local recipients are:

  • KC’s Alley/Bridget’s (Borough of Ambler)
  • Maple Glen Tavern (Upper Dublin)
  • Blue Bell Inn (Whitpain Township)
  • Phở Việt Hoa (Upper Dublin Township)
  • Po Le Cucina (Lower Gwynedd Township)
  • Nekter Juice Bar (Whitpain Township)
  • Radice (Whitpain Township)
  • Primo Hoagies (Upper Dublin Township)
  • Spring House Tavern (Lower Gwynedd Township)
  • Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant (Whitpain Township)
  • Fireside Grille (Upper Dublin Township)
  • Sushi Hatsu (Borough of Ambler)
  • Sweet Briar Cafe (Borough of Ambler)
  • Tannery Run Brew Works (Borough of Ambler)
  • Jade Garden (Upper Dublin Township)
  • La Provence (Borough of Ambler)
  • Lee’s Hoagie House (Whitpain Township)
  • El Sarape (Whitpain Township)
  • William Penn Inn (Lower Gwynedd Township)
  • Melody’s Grillhouse (Borough of Ambler)