Tredici's Main Line location is a stunner

Enoteca Tredici Bryn Mawr, 915 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.

Tredici, Greg Dodge’s stylish Italian/Mediterranean wine bar at 13th and Sansom Streets, has gone over the top for its Bryn Mawr location, opening Friday, June 16 in the new Bryn Mawr Village (915 W. Lancaster Ave., 484-381-0268).

The center, just west of Merion Avenue, is home of branch locations of La Colombe, Bryn & Dane’s, and Turning Point.

It’s one of the most glamorous Main Line newcomers in memory.

For Enoteca Tredici, Boxwood Architects worked with skylighted 25-foot ceilings, installing globe lights, two live 16-foot ficus trees, Carrara marble counter tops, charcuterie and raw counter up front, and touches of black and gold, all set on herringbone hardwood floors.

Enoteca Tredici Bryn Mawr, 915 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.   MICHAEL KLEIN / Staff

The 18-seat bar is ringed by casual standing space for cocktails, and assorted dining areas, including one glassed-in room with a high-top table that can seat 30.

Enoteca Tredici Bryn Mawr, 915 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.   MICHAEL KLEIN / Staff

The menu builds on those served in Washington Square West and in Washington, D.C., by adding 8-inch pizzas inspired by sister restaurant Zavino. There’s a “secret” menu item, too: a take on Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s truffle pizza.)

Flatbreads and pastas are in the mid- to high-teens, and most mains start at $19 (burger) and linger in the $20s.

That’s half of a steel buoy over a table at Enoteca Tredici, 915 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.    MICHAEL KLEIN / Staff

Hours are 4 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday; brunch will be added soon. There’s free self- and valet parking.

The bar at Enoteca Tredici, 915 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.      MICHAEL KLEIN / Staff