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yummymel Feb 26, 2008 05:58 AM

My husband and I will be in Phoenixville around dinnertime on Friday with our 5 month old. Any suggestions for good food in a baby-tolerant environment? My husband would prefer that the restaurant serve alcohol but quality of food is the primary concern.

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    ronnybass Feb 28, 2008 03:27 AM

    Oh, forgot about this one: http://www.stationbistro.com

    Relatively new, only a few minutes drive south of P'ville.

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      pamd Feb 27, 2008 04:21 PM

      Iron Hill is the most kid friendly- but in terms of the kids menu, which you will not need. Since you don't need to feed the child with the restaurant food, then I would recommend going to Twin Bays (BYO). A nicer atmosphere restaurant, but they've always welcomed our young kids. Black Lab (BYO) works too with kids who don't need to eat there, but could be a wait on a Friday. I've been very disappointed with Epicureans food, other than salad. If you enjoy thai food, Thai L'Elephant is very good.
      If you're in the mood for a good pizza & drinks, go to Valley Forge Pizza. I know many people who like their entree dishes, I've just never had them.

      hope that helps

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        ronnybass Feb 27, 2008 03:29 PM

        Wow, that's a tough one. Epicurean maybe? Just south of P'ville on Route 113. http://www.americabargrill.com/epicurean/epicurean.htm

        I would say Iron Hill but their food is less than to be desired. Baby friendly though. Molly Maguires is also an option http://www.mollymaguiresrestaurantandpub.com

        If you feel like driving further south, there are some good places listed on this site as well: http://www.bestofchestercountypa.com

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