Carmine’s Eatery Reopens at Regency’s Newtown Square After Renovations

Following a two-and-a-half-month hiatus, Carmine’s Eatery has officially reopened at Regency’s Newtown Square Shopping Center in Newtown Square, PA. Formerly known as Carmine’s Pizzeria, the restaurant rebranded and closed for renovations earlier this year, leaving behind its casual menu and design in favor of a more refined atmosphere.

Kosta and Christos Nikolos, the father-son duo behind Carmine’s, spared no expense in the eatery’s remodel, importing furnishings from Greece to create a more authentic ambiance. Improvements include a renovated interior with floor-to-ceiling windows, an open kitchen, and a cocktail bar. The pièce de résistance is a top-of-the-line brick oven, replacing the establishment’s conveyor oven.

Photo: Carmine’s Eatery / Facebook 

Under the culinary direction of new head chef Imed Grami, the revamped menu boasts a fusion of modern American and Mediterranean flavors. Chef Grami, who was most recently the head chef at Brick & Brew Havertown, brings a Tunisian flair to classic Greek and Italian cooking.

Signature dishes include shareables like Dakos, Grilled Octopus, and Greco Wings, as well as entrees like Souvlaki and Seafood Risotto. But that’s not to say you can’t still grab a great slice of pizza. While continuing to offer classics like Margherita and Pepperoni, the lineup now includes flavors like Gyro and Fig & Bacon. In addition, Carmine’s has elevated old favorites with The Carmine’s Burger, Cheesesteak, and Italian Heat Hoagie.

Photo: Carmine’s Eatery / Facebook

DavidSherinThe Carmine's reopening not only signals a fresh start for the eatery, but a revitalization of the local dining scene,” said David Sherin, Senior Leasing Agent. “We’re excited to welcome back old friends and introduce newcomers to the culinary offerings that await them in Newtown Square.

Newtown Square is a leading shopping center in Newtown Square, PA, with a retail footprint spanning 142,220 SF. Its merchandising mix includes supermarket chain Acme Markets and premier arts-and-crafts store Michael’s. Ideally situated amidst a well-established and densely populated area, it boasts approximately 1.2 million annual visits. Its prime location places it near over 200,000 office spaces, hotel accommodations like the Hilton Garden Inn and AC Marriott Hotel, and a wave of new residential developments, such as Madison Ellis Preserve, that are contributing to the area's dynamic growth.

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