With chilly winds and cooler temps, it’s a great time of year to enjoy a warm, hearty meal in a cozy restaurant. Luckily, there’s no shortage of award-winning eateries in and around the city of Philadelphia! Here are a few of our favorite spots in the surrounding counties:
The historic Kimberton Inn in Chester County offers a cozy fireplace, rustic decor, and an extensive wine list! Seafood lovers will find plenty of fresh options on the menu, and be sure to stop by on the weekend for the popular Sunday brunch.
Enjoy the region’s finest French country fare at Spring Mill Cafe in Conshohocken! A favorite among locals, the quaint BYOB is located in a charming farmhouse and features an incredible menu by chef Michele Haines.
It doesn’t get much cozier than the Inn at Phillips Mill in Bucks County! Nestled among pretty gardens and winding roads in the New Hope area, the Inn at Phillips Mill offers a rotating, French-inspired seasonal menu and romantic fireside dining.
If you haven’t heard of Maize in Perkasie, you’ve been missing out! The intimate eatery is a foodie’s paradise, with the locally-grown dishes changing weekly and every item made from scratch. Because of the restaurant’s popularity, we recommend making reservations well in advance.