Cozy atmosphere and good food in Delco, Main Line or Conshohocken?
For good food, cozy and fireplaces, the Old Guard House Inn in Gladwyne is a perfect match. Blackfish in Conshohocken (where Maya Bella was) is NOT what you want. It has a very stark, minimalist vibe (but I hear the food is good). I also would repeat some of the recommendations I made to your previous post, particularly 333 Belrose.
pepperoncini in conshy is super intimate and cozy... i don't know about fireplaces, but you really can't go wrong there. it's at east elm & poplar.
stella blu's decor for some reason is unwelcoming to me. gypsy saloon is a step closer to cozy, but still wouldn't be my first choice. conshy lacks an abundance of couple-friendly restaurants, strange for all the singles there, which i guess is in part why i moved.
my favorite christmasey dinner spot, though, is one exit down the schulykill - get off at green ln/belmont ave, make a right, make another right in front of the sunoco onto ashland ave, and go up the hill to la collina. it's THE perfect holiday dinner spot. make reservations and ask for a table on the window in the circular room. it's all mahogany and super festive.
a tasting menu at carmine's creole in narbeth would be great too. i went there for a birthday dinner for the SO back in august and it's got a warm interior and was nice and romantic.
hey, what's that new place where maya bella used to be? (in conshy) has anyone been?