One of the fun aspects of the KSQ Restaurant Bingo program is that it includes restaurants from different parts of Kennett—and it’s intentionally designed to help you discover some great new places in addition to your regular favorites!
Restaurant hours and takeout information are all a little different right now. So, to make planning out your winning row for bingo a little easier, here are links to all of the participating restaurants (organized left to right as they appear on the bingo card), as well a little more information about those not on State Street that might be new to you:
Café de Thai—420 West Cypress Street
Carniceria Camargo—This popular corner shop and deli at 207 Magnolia Street is one of Kennett Square’s “hidden gems.” In addition to a great selection of meats as well as some produce and Mexican grocery items, Carniceria Camargo serves delicious “Mexican sandwiches” including huaraches (literally, “sandal”—masa dough filled with your choice of meat, cheese, and other fillings), tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and more. On a recent visit we chatted (in English) with Marta, who was so delighted to explain their lunch options to us!
Café Americana —350 Scarlett Road, in the Giant plaza. Cafe Americana serves home-style comfort food and is open for both dine-in and takeout.
Taqueria El Amigo II—This food truck has served amazing Mexican food at The Creamery and other locations. As soon as we have an updated location with hours and times, we will let you know! In the meantime, please feel free to fill this square with a sticker from a restaurant of your choice.
Braeloch Brewing—The taproom and garden at 225 Birch Street are open regular hours again and takeout is also available.
Evergreen Café—Evergreen Cafe, at 216 S Mill Rd Suite 111 in Cannery Row, is another “hidden gem” and is open Wednesday through Sunday, 7am to 3pm. Read more about Evergreen here (and note we’ll have to update this story, as Chef Valerie just had a healthy baby boy!).
Panaderia Azteca—Find this bakery and Mexican restaurant at 629 East Cypress Street (in the plaza at the corner of Cope Road). Gerardo and his staff serve delicious baked goods, tamales, gorditas, enchiladas, and more.
Philter Coffee—Philter has just expanded their hours so you can get your afternoon coffee there, too!
La Peña Mexicana—Find the Mexican restaurant Craig La Ban described as his “absolute favorite” at 609 W Cypress Street (now with a more muted exterior). Read more about La Peña here.
*In the Market at Liberty Place.
A big thank you to our KSQ Restaurant Week and Restaurant Bingo sponsor, Core Family Practice!
If you need a bingo card, you can download and print one here.
Don’t forget to take a photo of your card when you get “bingo” and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org to be entered into a drawing to win one of three $50 restaurant gift cards!
We’re already looking forward to adding two new restaurants to next year’s Restaurant Week! Letty’s Tavern (opening March 15 where the Kennett Inn used to be) and The Naked Olive at 759 West Cypress Street!