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jficco Jun 4, 2007 09:51 AM

I'm looking to go out to dinner with neighbors, about 10-16 adults. We are looking for a somewhat upscale restaurant to relax, eat and have some drinks. Any recommendations in the Lancaster or Chester County areas? Thanks.

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    pamd RE: jficco Jun 4, 2007 11:04 AM

    Seven Stars Inn has wonderful prime rib (they have lots of other things, but are known for PR- actually they recommend you reserve your quantity with the reservation because it sells out) It's 32-40oz!!
    http://www.sevenstarsinn.com

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      sballard RE: jficco Jun 4, 2007 11:34 AM

      Off the top of my head, I think that Gibraltar in Lancaster would fit nicely.

      -Shawn

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        chez_chez_boo RE: jficco Jun 4, 2007 11:19 PM

        I would have to agree with Shawn...Gibraltar is a great call. Very elegant and refined, yet casual and stylish in a European way. They are well known for having the best food in the area and offer a diverse menu with an emphasis on fresh seafood and local organic ingredients.

        1. CindyJ RE: jficco Jun 5, 2007 06:19 AM

          In Chester County, I'd recommend Sovana Bistro in the Kennett area. They have a nice, separate dining room that they use for small group gatherings, and it's BYO. http://sovanabistro.com/sb/sb.nsf/index Another place that's quite nice, especially for outdoor dining, and rarely gets mentioned here, is the Grille at Hartefeld Golf Club, in Hockessin, DE, just south of Kennett. http://hartefeld.com/grille-pub.cfm

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            BRI328 RE: jficco Jun 5, 2007 11:16 AM

            The Inn at St. Peters www.theinnatsaintpetersvillage.com

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              Phil_A_Mignon RE: jficco Jun 5, 2007 11:21 AM

              You simply will not be able to top the Dilworthtown Inn, in West Chester (http://www.dilworthtowninn.com). Excellent food, fine fine dining. NEED reservation, especially for that many people. But for Chester County, the place is unrivaled. Don't dare pass up the venison dish.

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