Here’s the Exact Table Where You Should Sit at Some of the Area’s Most Romantic Restaurants
These spots are perfect for an intimate dinner date.
General Warren Inne. Photo by Ed Williams.
Table 212 is situated by itself in the tower that rises above the second-floor dining area of this Spanish-style wine bar with decidedly pork-centric fare. It’s affectionately called “The Sweetheart Table”— the perfect setting for proposals and anniversaries.
382 E. Elm St., Conshohocken, (610) 234-0561, cerdorestaurant.com.
Creed’s Seafood & Steaks
This long-running, independently operated KOP restaurant has a secret tucked away in its lounge. Table 17’s brick-lined alcove is tucked discreetly into the wall, so amorous diners can sit side-by-side in the shadows.
499 N. Gulph Road, King of Prussia, (610) 265-2550, creedskop.com.
General Warren Inne
Situated in front of a wide window that swivels open in warmer months, Table 53 overlooks the rustic circa-1745 springhouse. It’s located in the inn’s North Room, near the warmth of the gas fireplace for maximum coziness.
9 Old Lancaster Road, Malvern, (610) 296-3637, www.generalwarren.com.
Around here, there’s no dining experience quite like chef Martin Gagne’s prix-fixe multi-course French feast served in the his own home, built in 1717. There are just 20 seats—and four of them take culinary intimacy to the next level. Ask for the chef’s table, and see for yourself.
1470 Old Ridge Road, Pottstown, (484) 680-2631, martinskitchen.com.
The Ship Inn
Since 1796, Exton’s Ship Inn has offered a refined American and continental dining experience. Table 5—a corner four-top by the fireplace in the candle-lit Blue Room—is a cozy retreat with historical heft.
693 E. Lincoln Hwy., Exton, (610) 363-7200, www.shipinn.net.