This cinema is located towards the north-west of Philadelphia, in the village of Bala Cynwyd. The venue's charm lies in its grand decor. Quality movies are screened in its serene setting. Patrons don't seem to get tired of the Ghirardelli chocolate treats available at the snack counter. All in all, it is a good spot to enjoy a movie in an old-style movie atmosphere.
330 Young Avenue Moorestown Commons Shopping Center Moorestown, NJ 8057 +1 856 439 1414
For the best gelato in town, head to Dolce Crema. This popular ice cream parlor is quite a hit among locals and out-of-towners alike. You can choose from 36 different flavors, which is far more than many other popular chains offer. Dolce can accommodate up to 24 people at a time. Hope you and your friends get to squeeze in, especially when the sun is high and you could do with some cooling ice-cream!
When in Philadelphia, take some time off from your daily schedule and head to this venue, which hosts sports, theatre performances, and concerts. Shows are held throughout the year, so you are sure to catch something interesting at any time. Parking is available on site and the venue has disabled access.
96 West State Street Doylestown, PA 18901 +1 215 489 9900
The Knight House serves up delicious American cuisine with a modern take on most standard dishes-items like Dry Fried Soft Shell Crabs, Grilled Black Angus Filet of Beef, Sweet-n-Spicy Barbequed Pork Shank, and Roasted Breast of Organic Chicken read on the menu. What is more, the restaurant's pub serves up some truly fine codials, ports and cognacs-it is the ideal place to wind down after a good meal. It also offers a separate pub menu, which features lighter dishes that are easier on the wallet!
503 West Lancaster Avenue Spread Eagle Village Wayne, PA 19087 +1 610 964 2588
Georges 'I'm a perfectionist' Perrier's restaurant is quite a treat. The plush interiors, patio dining and fireplace create a setting ideal for a family or just for two. Cubano, Salad Nicoise, Panini, New York Steak, Bouillabaise are well done with sometimes subtle flavors. You also spend some time on the wine list-there's lots to choose from. A Torte di Momento or a glass of Tio Pepe after your meal and you're ready to go. Wine dinners, such as Castello Banfi Wine dinner, varies according to the season.
2960 Center Valley Parkway The Promenade Shops Center Valley, PA 18034 +1 610 841 5600
Take a quick seat and grab those forks and knives because you can't afford to waste time at this 'all you can eat steak' place. The menu features some of the most tender and top-quality Angus beef steaks in all of Philadelphia. It offers everything from Filet Mignons to Chops and Prime Ribs to Beef Strips. Don't worry if you're not much of a meat eater, there are loads of succulent seafood creations to keep you happy. Heavy eaters can go for the 48-ounce porterhouse steak and be a part of Shula's club.
4431 Easton Avenue Bethlehem, PA 18020 +1 610 691 8400
Blue Grill house serves plump sumptuous steaks, chops and seafood that are chronicled as some of the best you'll taste in town. The meals are prepared on the Montague grill at 1800 degrees Farenheit, which induces the food to retain all its natural flavors. From Filet Mignon to New York Strip and Porterhouse, all the big players are on the menu including Ahi Tuna, Salmon Filet and Diver Scallops. The wine list is extensive and you can choose from Chardonnays to Italian Reds and Blush, serving 1.5 and 5 litre bottles.
The oil paintings on the yellow and green walls add an interesting touch to this restaurant. While appetizers on the lunch menu include Applewood Smoked Virginia Ham Wrapped Shrimp and Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi 'Hot Oil Style', the dinner menu features a range of dishes, such as Wood Fired Swordfish Loin with Black Trumpet Mushrooms and Crispy Pan Roasted Rabbit Loin and Parma Proscuitto. The wine menu is as extensive; ladies can enjoy discounted drinks on Thursdays. Enjoy the patio seating, which is warmed by lamps on a cold night. Belrose can also be booked for parties for which special two course and three course menus are offered.
Main & Temple Streets Sellersville, PA 18960 +1 215 257 5808
Get inspired by upcoming performances, such as 'A Day In His Life'-John Lennon Anthology Concert, Roy Clark, Grada (Irish Music) at this Victorian style theater. It has comedy plays, such as Godspel, and great plays for children like Aladdin, Rapunzel and Little Bo Peep. Bring your family and enjoy some of the exciting performances by the intellectual actors. After the show, you can grab a bite next door, at the Washington House Restaurant.
291 North Keswick Avenue Glenside, PA 19038 +1 215 572 7650
Popular in the Philadelphia area since 1928, this theater was initially a movie house but now it houses a variety of shows. It could be Glenn Beck on Ice, Little Red Riding Summer Series show or The Nutcracker. It has a mixture of performances for the audience. Parking is available behind the theater. Become an E-seats member at the theater and get autographed posters from the stars along with more benefits.
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