So if you’d like to take your Valentine out on the Main Line for a romantic meal, here are some of the top places to celebrate Valentine’s Day in that part of Philly.
Cerdo Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar: For Valentine’s Day, Cerdo is offering a Make Your Own Dough Night where guests can learn the art of making two types of dough—pasta and pizza—while enjoying food, drinks, and overall fun. You won’t want to miss out on your chance to make a heart-shaped ravioli for your loved one at this restaurant in Conshohocken.
General Warren Inne: This historic venue has been serving folks in Philadelphia since 1745 and will create an atmosphere unlike any other for you and your Valetine. Located in Malvern, the General Warren menu features favorites such as snapper turtle soup and sesame-crusted tuna.
Majolica: Located in Phoenixville, Majolica is a great BYOB for Valentine’s Day thanks to award-winning chef Andrew Deery’s four-course, seasonal menu.
Red Star Craft House: If you and your Valentine love movies and trivia, then Red Star Craft House in Exton is for you. For this romantic holiday the restaurant will host ‘80s and ‘90s Romantic Comedy Trivia Night where its guests can show off their knowledge while sipping on some craft brews.
If you find yourself out on the Philly Main Line with your Valentine, don’t let a mistake ruin your night. It can be easy to lock yourself out of your car when you’re focused on the nice romantic evening. So if you find yourself in this situation, give a Main Line locksmith a call and they’ll take care of you.