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thegrinch May 21, 2007 11:04 PM

Two of us visiting on business from Berkeley/SF, arriving about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday (today your time now) and looking for a place to have a nice dinner en route to Horsham north of town. I'm tempted by Tre Scalini or other Italian, but don't see that OpenTable accepts reservations (not a requirement) and don't know if we can get in -- Osteria seems full. Any suggestions for a place that would be a reasonable stop for the trip? A little detour isn't out of the question, Italian a preference but not a requirement. Business expense on the less-expensive side, so it can't be outrageous. Thanks! (P.S.: a non-traveler will be checking this for us and making a reservation, so posts on Tuesday will definitely help us out!)

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    Karen K May 22, 2007 06:38 AM

    I recommend Blackfish (a BYOB in Conshohocken) modern American, not Italian but works for OpenTable reservations. Decent location for where you are going to be.

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      missfunkysoul May 24, 2007 08:03 PM

      Conshohocken is pretty out of the way...

      There's actually a really good Italian in Horsham called Ristorante Mediterraneo. And if you want to spend a bit less, across the street is Cafe Lombardi which is a personal favorite. No ambiance, very very good food. BYO, though, so I don't know how you feel about that.

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        cwdonald May 25, 2007 08:20 PM

        Osteria may not be out of the question, if you are willing to gamble a bit. I personally was there on Thursday, arriving at 5:30 or thereafter without reservations. The Chef's Table, and the back bar, as well as the outdoor patio are all non-reserved. I had no problem being seated (for a party of two.)

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