After a summer of extensive renovation, the space at the Eagle Village Shops that was georges', Le Mas Perrier and Le Mas will be reborn Sept. 3 as Peppercorn (503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, 610-964-2588).
Concept is billed as refined American, and chef David Murray - one of a few holdovers from the previous incarnation - seemingly will offer something for everyone, from lamb burgers and herb-roasted chicken wings up to USDA Prime Center Cut 12-ounce New York strip steak and USDA Prime 8-ounce filet mignon (prices run the board from $7 to $48).
Running the front of the house is Aaron Kavulich, who ran restaurants in Pittsburgh.
Just as the menu will be all over the map, so will the rustic-elegant decor in the many dining areas. In a nod to the name, a wall of artisan-crafted pepper mills is set up by the front door.