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milano14 Aug 10, 2009 12:55 PM

I'm looking for a restaurant (and nighttime ideas) for a night out with some girlfriends before a wedding. I'm not from the area, so looking for some help from here!
My sister-in-law is getting married and instead of the traditional bridal party she really just wants a nice night out with her bridal party.
We'll be in the King of Prussia area, but aren't opposed to going into Philadelphia or any of the surrounding towns/cities.
Any type of food we're open to. Looking for good atmosphere, that won't mind having a party of 6 women.
Not too expensive, but I'll take any and all suggestions and check them out.

Thanks in advance - I really appreciate it.

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    pamd Aug 10, 2009 07:12 PM

    Marly's in Phoenixville (not far from KOP) is a nice BYO with a great outdoor deck & inside private area (although 6 might be small for the private areas anywhere). After dinner there are plenty of other places to stop at on Bridge St. (A nice street of stores, bars, restaurants).
    Have done several showers/girls nights here!

    http://marlysbyo.com/

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      milano14 Aug 11, 2009 05:21 AM

      this place looks great! i'll add it to my list - thanks!

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        chestercountygal Aug 13, 2009 09:00 AM

        That does look good. There's also Majolica in the same area http://www.majolicarestaurant.com/ - I have not been since they reopened.

        I think 333 Belrose would be nice in Radnor.

        I also usually enjoy Nectar in Berwyn http://www.tastenectar.com/

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          cosmo125 Aug 13, 2009 09:40 AM

          I would recommend Majolica. It would be within your price range and the food is very good. I think it is actually better since they reopened than before. I ate there a couple of months ago and had eaten there twice before. I would definitely choose Majolica over 333 Belrose.

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        chestercountygal Aug 10, 2009 07:03 PM

        Sounds like fun.

        You say "any kind of food" - but you might get more replies if you give more details. Are you looking for more casual type food and a full bar type of place? A tapas type of place? Would a byob be an option? What day of the week and time will you be dining? And what is "not too expensive?" One place that I used to like was 333 Belrose in Wayne. Haven't been in awhile. Would you prefer the suburbs to the city?

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          milano14 Aug 11, 2009 05:21 AM

          Mostly looking for more casual type food, bar not necessary. Tapas might be a good option for this group.
          BYOB could be an option.
          We'll be dining on a Thursday night.
          Price range of no more than $20-$25 an entree.
          I think the bride would prefer the suburbs.

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