From time to time, I have occasion to visit this standby.This restaurant has been pleasing people for over 50 years.
It is noted for longevity of the servers, and the quality of basic food--perhaps with an Italian flare.
There is a bar which also has booths. There are cheese and crackers, and peanuts in the shell on the bar, as well as popcorn for the taking. Dining rooms are plentiful. This restaurant can accomodate a date for two, or a party for a few hundred. The upstairs contains areas for functions. And, there is a "wine cellar" which is used for reserved dining.
Reservations are accepted. The staff, at all levels, is courteous, and willing to assist and accomodate.
Every dinner receives a basket of Garlic Bread(really, rolls split and treated and served from the oven), and salad( greens,carrot, olive, peperincini, garbanzos, tomatoes, corn(baby), cucumber, and onion). Dressing is to your request.
The decor is eclectic: lanterns from the railways, pots and pans, rifles, clocks, etc. AND, IT IS CLEAN.
Parking is on the street, in the bank across the street(on Sunday), or at the parketeria a block away. Wheel chair accessible.
Located in the County Seat of Delaware County, PA, two blocks to the Court House, one never knows who might be sitting near....witnesses, judges, bailiff, attorneys, sheriffs, politicians, etc. This near Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, Horse racing, casino, Delaware River, Bridge to NJ, Chester County(art: Brandywine Museum--homage to neighbor: A. Wyeth), and Delaware(no state sales tax).
Open 7 days a week, special pricing announced, and has shows. Yes, one can have food and entertainment, as scheduled.
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