This year brought the opening of a number of new stores and restaurants in Radnor. Check out some of the new businesses that came to Radnor in 2012.
Kembrel: A boutique for small, independent fashion designers opened in the Suburban Building.
Dunkin Donuts: The chain takes the place of Saxby's in Wayne.
Eaves: A serene, Montauk-inspired shopping space has opened in Wayne in April.
Countryview Barbeque: The new stand in the Lancaster County Farmer's Market features Rotisserie Chicken, Turkey Crispy Fried Chicken and Smoked Baby Back Ribs.
Asiana Garden: This Thai and Asian fusion restaurant opened at the corner of Conestoga Road and West Wayne Avenue.
Beethoven Wraps Too: The new store features self-serve bulk candy, children's toys and gifts and greeting cards. The original Beethoven Wraps houses the housewares, table top and wedding registry items.
O-toro: Located inside the Landmark Americana restaurant, this wine-sushi-tapas bar and restaurant bar features a full sushi menu, dozens of wine options and a tapas menu
Coco Blu: This women's clothing and accessories boutique sells dresses and shirts, outerwear, handbags, jewelry and scarves.
Feetures Head to Toe: Feetures takes the place of the Blue Horse Boutique in Wayne. It sells shoes and clothing to teens, tweens and women.
The Wayne Market: The Wayne Market serves fresh fish and prepared foods, including Salmon in Puff Pastry and Chicken Pot Pie.
Crêperie Béchamel: Located in Louella Court, Crêperie Béchamel serves crepes for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Red Mango: Red Mango specializes in non-fat yogurt and smoothies.
Jules Thin Crust: With 34 different pizza options, Jules Thin Crust offers pizzas with organic ingredients, including organic flour, and offers a gluten-free option.
So Fun Frozen Yogurt: So Fun opened up in Wayne Court and features a variety of flavors of frozen yogurt.
Five Guys: The burgers and fries chain opened in Wayne Court.
What do you think is the best business to open in Radnor in 2012? Tell us in the comments below.