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Romantic Dinner in the burbs

Our anniversary is coming soon. Since it is happening on a weeknight, would like to come up with a nice place to go somewhere nearby in Montgomery County, PA. I have my personal list of favorites - but would like to get new ideas, too. Any recommendations?

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  1. Hounds seem to like the Joseph Ambler Inn

    1. The Mainland Inn would be another good choice. It's very close to the Lansdale exit of the NE Extension.

      1. If you are willing to travel to Doylestown either Honey or Slate Bleu would be good suggestions.

        Also in the North Wales/Lansdale area of course is the William Penn Inn, more for atmosphere than culinary adventures. I personally enjoy the brunch there when they have a harp player. Other posters experiences have been variable.

        1. The Joseph Ambler Inn is quaint and the food is decent. For atmosphere and out of this word food, my vote goes to Honey in Doylestown.

          1. The Spring Mill Cafe in conshohocken is a very romantic spot. its an old farmhouse nestled into the hills. french cuisine and not cheap but definitely romantic.

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            1. re: Bridget1720

              That's exactly what I was going to suggest. I adore Spring Mill Cafe. Even getting there is kind of romantic, since we inevitably get all confused, with the roads tangling over the river and vice versa. Bring wine.

            2. I'd agree with Mainland, Slate Bleu and Honey. I'd also toss in Castello's in North Wales.

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              1. re: bucksguy14

                I'd second Castello's. Another option would be Coleman's Restaurant in Blue Bell, the atmosphere is really nice, food seems to be hit or miss (I've had good and average experiences there).

              2. Augusto in Warminster close to Warrington off of Street Road on ...Madison I think? It's a BYOB, delicious. I agree with Honey too.

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                1. re: Pheebee

                  We ended up at one of our favorites, Trinacria. The chef there makes homemade gnocci in a different flavor each day. Don't know how he does it, but they literally melt in your mouth! Also love the red sauce they serve with bread. Great wine list, and even lemon, lime, and orange cello. We had the tuna and the veal, which were both very well prepared. Pricing is on the high end, but you can't beat the food & service.

                  1. re: truffles2

                    I guess the rumor I heard about Trinacria closing wasn't true. I'm glad to hear it.