There’s no denying Chef Andrew Deery’s unbridled passion for creating exquisite new American cuisine at this quaint 11-year-old BYOB darling in Phoenixville. A regional four-course prix fixe menu awaits with promises of a few inspired vegetarian choices. Let the most intimate and upscale surroundings elevate the romantic ambience at Majolica.
258 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 917-0962
Chef/owner Nick Farrell consistently wows with his sophisticated Sovana Bistro menu featuring Painted Hill Farm Braised Short Ribs, Cedar Planked Salmon, or their “Under a Brick” Amish Chicken. The rustic-chic backdrop and inclusive wine selection are enticements to keep romance in the air.
696 Unionville Rd., Kennett Square, (610) 444-5600
Spend more time together as you stroll the lovely grounds of Longwood Gardens. Enter a dazzling world of orchids as Longwood transforms its Conservatory into an orchid oasis.
Reservations are a must at Limoncello. Begin your evening with a specialty cocktail in this brick-walled cozy space as you continue the glow with Braised Short Rib Ravioli or Insalata Di Salmon. 9 N. Walnut St., West Chester, (610) 436-6230
Spend more time together as you investigate Sprout Music Collective’s packed music and performance weekend within walking distance.
If you are looking for a restaurant that takes pride in having locally produced foods then Restaurant Alba is for you. Enjoy tons of exquisite menu items, like Whole Grilled Fish, and Grass Fed Hanger Steak. Restaurant Alba offers meals for every preference. West King St., Malvern, (610) 644-4009
Spend more time together while enjoying live piano night on Friday and Saturday evenings at the White Horse Tavern and Wine Bar.
A consistent Main Line tour de force, Nectar presents an Asian-inspired-French menu from chef Patrick Feury. Warm winter offerings include Beausoleil Oysters, Steamed Pork buns, Clementine Cured Salmon and a show-stopping end to your meal with the perfect Café Mocha Bento for Two. 1091 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, (610) 725-9000
Spend more time together while you get your groove on to music at 30 Main in Berwyn.
What Valentine’s Day would be complete without the taste of exceptional chocolate? Chester County is home to these decadent chocolate confection hot spots that will take your love to the stars!
At Éclat Chocolate, master chocolatier Christopher Curtin creates on-site award-winning signature chocolates, caramels, truffles and mendiants.24 S. High St., West Chester, (610) 692-5206
Neuchatel Swiss Chocolates in southern Chesco offers up gift boxes, novelties and even lascivious sugar-free selections of liquid gold. 461 Limestone Rd., Oxford, (610) 932-2706
Head to the northern part of the county for Best of the Main Line winner Bridge Street Chocolates’ taste of heaven. The shop’s artisanal truffles and seasonal melt-in-your-mouth fudge are unlike any in the area. 158 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (610) 935-8100
With such a variety of passion-filled choices in the area, the entire month of February is sure to be a love-fest in the beautiful Brandywine Valley. Reservations are required for most restaurants. Check with individual websites for details, prices and hours.
Whether for an evening, a long weekend or an extended vacation, discover Chester County, Pennsylvania’s Brandywine Valley and its charming downtowns. We invite you to explore the scenic rolling hills and endless countryside landscapes within this nook of the Philadelphia suburbs and to appreciate our unique attractions (gardens, museums, parks, historic sites), energized restaurant culture, thriving breweries and wineries, specialty shops and farmers’ markets, year-round events and much, much more!