Montgomery County Restaurants
3401 W Skippack Pike, Cedars, PA 19423
Recently opened in January of 2023, the So Much to Give Inclusive Cafe is owned by Pillars of Light and Love, a 501c3 charity. The mission of the Cafe is to provide a welcoming and inclusive experience to empower all people, including those with disabilities and their families, to have equal opportunities to work, dine, socialize, volunteer and learn. Our employees are eager to work and to serve our customers in a unique restaurant model funded by the community, for the community. Our food and service have received outstanding reviews. Reservation seatings are every 15 minutes.
50 W. 3rd Ave, Collegeville, PA 19426
We are committed to providing you the most pleasurable and an unique dining experience by igniting all of your senses.
601 Skippack Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422
While Blue Bell Inn’s rich history shapes it to this day (Blue Bell itself was named for it), it is by no means stuck in the past. Owner/Executive Chef John Lamprecht Jr. regularly offers internationally-influenced specials (Crab Cake with Wasabi Cream) to compliment his largely classical menu. A sleek bar featuring live music and large-screen plasma televisions offers a buoyant, but refined retreat for professionals looking to unwind, and the small dining rooms’ colonial design creates an intimate atmosphere without being stuffy. Anyone looking for time-tested fine dining with modern sensibilities need look no further than Blue Bell Inn.
100 Old Gulph Road, Conshohocken, PA 19428
Savona takes the idea of home and builds around it. Located right in an old two story Victorian house, one can enjoy the qualities of fine dining with lush tapestry curtains and exquisite vase art near the tables. Savona recently added a bar for extra wine and cocktail fun to go along with the menu which features plenty of French entrees. The private dining options are surrounded by wine options- literally. The Savona bar also features take out so one can just drop by for a quick drink and then run off to whatever they need to do without feeling …
119 Fayette St, Philadelphia, PA 19428
Located on Conshohocken’s main drag, Black Fish couples a simple, unpretentious dining experience with confident cooking. Owned and operated by Chef Charles “Chip” Roman, a Vetri and Perrier trained chef; Black Fish is a gem in this Philadelphia suburb. Packed to the gills every night, this BYOB storefront restaurant highlights seasonal ingredients and fresh seafood. Progressive American cuisine with French influences, fine sensibility and simple elegance make Black Fish a favorite among locals, as well as diners searching for fine-dining in a relaxed intimate atmosphere.
101 Ford Street, West Conshohocken, PA 19428
Stella Blu is an inviting destination for locals and newcomers alike. Be it a romantic dinner, a relaxing drink after work, or an evening of live entertainment, this smart and sophisticated West Conshohocken bistro sparkles. Bask in the glow of the exceptional customer service, including valet parking, a welcoming ambiance, and the newly expanded Star Bar. The extensive international menu includes such favorites as Lobster “Mac & Cheese and Wild Mushroom Ravioli. The food is heavenly, the décor is celestial, and the customer is always the star at Stella Blu.
614 West Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Chef Dave Clouser’s impressive resume, including such notable restaurants as Susanna Foo, The Inn at Montcharin and Nectar, has given him the essential tools to open his Bryn Mawr restaurant, Sola. Serving a familiar American cuisine with a distinctive European flair, Sola attempts to redefine the typical bistro. This 50-seat restaurant offers diners a warm intimate environment with fresh seasonal ingredients and an ever evolving weekly prix fixe menu. Since its inception in 2006, Sola has remained a BYOB restaurant and promises to stay that way.
301 W. Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Executive Chef Jeffrey Powers, a veteran of Le Bec Fin and Blackfish, has created something extraordinary in the renovated Dolce Valley Forge Hotel. Located on the hotel’s lobby floor, this American restaurant offers a diverse selection of dishes. Chef Power pleases guests with Smoked Apple Fennel Soup, Parma Proscuitto Pizza, Chicken Liver Pate, a 9 oz. Hereford Beef Burger and Glazed Lamb Shank, to name a few. Plush décor, an extensive high-end game room and expert service round out the experience at this King of Prussia restaurant.
1051 Conestoga Road, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Widely acclaimed as one of the best restaurants in the area, YangMing is a gorgeous 450-seat true dining destination. Producing a menu of delights, the finest authentic Chinese and sublime Fusion cuisine has earned national praise. The popular lunch menus, which feature sandwiches and salads, and the main line tradition of Happiness Hour draws their crowd from a wide variety of clientele looking for impeccable service and a mix of ambience and menu highlights.