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1390 Old Wilmington Pike
West Chester, PA 19382
In spite of being ransacked by the British army after the Battle of the Brandywine, the Dilworthtown Inn has survived gloriously into the 21st century, its colonial ambience intact. Fifteen quaint candlelit dining rooms breathe the charm of uncontrived history, while a recently updated menu boasts dishes like lobster macaroni and cheese – made with strozzapretti pasta, baby arugula and fontina cream. More conservative standards—Chateaubriand for two, Dilworthtown crabcakes—are done here in the grand manner. A favorite place for big occasions.
Best of Philly 2005 Place To Go On Your Anniversary
The glow from the candles and fireplaces sets the mood in this quiet retreat. Heighten the romance by ordering the Chateaubriand for ...
Best of Philly 1999 Chester County Restaurant
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User Reviews (1) :
My wife and I visited the Dilworthtown Inn last year to celebrate her birthday. Because of a sudden ice storm, we had almost the whole Inn to ourselves. It was one of the most memorable dining experiences we have ever had. Dilworthtown Inn wins hands down in ambiance. Their food is comparable to our other favorites; Morton's, Ruth Chris' and The Green Room.
Posted by Vince: Mar. March 9th, 2008 at 11:03 AM