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Janet from Richmond Jul 20, 2006 04:08 PM

A friend of mine is getting ready to turn 50 and lives in Reading. I was considering a gift certicate (in the $100/range)for a nice dinner for her and her husband. They aren't big wine people (he likes beer, she isn't picky) and they aren't into much ethnic food. An elegant steakhouse or Italian or possibly even French would most likely fit the bill.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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    42duffy Aug 6, 2006 03:55 AM

    Ace already nailed it: Panda Heaven 350 N Park Rd Wyomissing

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      42duffy Aug 5, 2006 06:50 PM

      There is a good pan-asian restaurant near the outlets in Wyomissing area. sorry I don't have the name!

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        Ace_Mclean Aug 2, 2006 02:18 PM

        Sorry for getting off the original topic, perhaps I should not have brought it up :]
        I rarely spend more than 50 bucks for dinner, so those are the only 100 dollar non-ethnic suggestions I had. You could probably spend that much at the Alpenhof (which is sorta ethnic), but other good places like Speckled Hen, Panda Heaven, Viva, and Austins are much more affordable.

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          Marilyn Jul 28, 2006 05:55 PM

          There's not much in Reading....here's my recs

          Judy's on Cherry (downtown)
          Green Hills Inn Rt 10
          Porch Near Myerstown

          The Porch is great..only open about a year and the Chef worked
          at Le Bec Fin in Phila. I like this one alot !

          If you would need directions or a phone number you can email
          me at mkowale193@aol.com

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            Ace_Mclean Aug 1, 2006 01:50 PM

            I agree totally with the Judy's rec, but will disagree that there's not much in Reading. Have not tried the other places, but have heard good things.

            www.judysoncherry.com

            One of the chatawhile places would be good as well.

            http://www.chatawhile.com/

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              Marilyn Aug 2, 2006 01:28 PM

              What else do you like in Reading ? maybe I'm missing
              some.

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