Experience a romantic one-night-only BYOB on-site event from owner/chefMeridithCoyleat ANEU. The three-course menu includesthe signature salad anda choice of slow-roasted short ribs, pan-seared salmon, lemon-caper chicken or penne with roasted vegetables. Reserved seating is available at 6 and 8p.m. for $65 per person.
1556 Lancaster Ave., Paoli,(610) 251-9600,
Thisintimate haven exudes romancethanks to the married chefs—Alex and Tara Hardy—behind the concept.The exquisitely craftedValentine’s Daymenu includes raspberry point oysters, asparagus vichyssoise soup, grilled octopus andelk tenderloin. Limited BYOB seatingis available andreservationsarerequired.
11 LouellaCourt, Wayne,(610) 964-9700.
Enjoy a special Valentine’s Day menu on Feb. 14 and 15at Black Powder Tavern. Menuadditionsfor the occasioninclude seared duck breast, lobster bisque and grilled filet mignon. Finish the night on a sweet note with achocolate lava cake.Diners can also imbibelove-themed craft cocktails likeapassionpeachcosmo.
1164 Valley Forge Road, Wayne,(610) 293-9333.
Benefiting Camphill Village’scommunity of adults with special needs, thisticketedBYOB event takes place onFeb. 14 at theCamphill Cafe. Enjoy a gourmet five-course mealpreparedusing locallysourcedorganic fare fromtheon-siteSankanac CSAgarden and dairy farm. Tickets are$100 per person.Rounding out the festivities will be livemusic by Chris Baron.
1601PughtownRoad, Kimberton,(610) 935-0300.
A Radnor Hotel mainstay, findspecial Valentine’s Dayadditionsonthe menu atGlenmorgan.Think small plates, craft beer and classic cocktails, all servedin a casual,relaxing environment.
593 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne,(610) 341-3188.
Vegan loverswon’t want to miss Greyhound Café’s prix fixe menu this Valentine’s Day. It includesFrench onion gruyere boules, spicy Thai daikon and green mango salad, black ink seafoodfradiavolo, blackened steak and a decadent truffle-themed dessert for $49.95 per person.
81 Lancaster Ave., Malvern,(610) 240-0222.
Prefer cozying up at home with someone special on Valentine’s Day? Indulge in a savory homecooked meal—minus the cooking—by ordering from JohnSerockCatering. The meal includesa charcuterie board, soup or salad, short rib or crab cakes and a decadent trio of desserts for two, all for $80 per couple. Just heat it up (directions are included) and pop your favorite bottle for a romantic evening. Orders must be placed by Feb. 11.
835 Lincoln Ave., West Chester,(610) 640-2836.
For a funkier celebration, head to Kennett Brewing Company on Feb. 14. Visitors cansip signature brews with a creative blend of dishes from chef AbiFamanialikeselections of Italian wedding soup, Kashmir ceviche shots, mini-caprese salad and pan-seared filet mignon. Sweets like rice puddingand mixed berry compotecomplete the meal.The menu is $60 per person.
109 S. Broad St., Kennett Square,(610) 444-0440.
Celebrate love withadecadentmeal from Michele Haines, who will prepare a French-themed four-course Valentine’sDaymenuthatincludes hearts of palm soup, oysters on the half shell, roasted poussins, andcheese tasting for $90 per person. Bring your favorite wine to this cozy historic farmhouse.
164 Barren Hill Road, Conshohocken,(610) 828-2550.
Boththe Devon and Glen Mills Terrainlocationsare offeringValentine’s Day specials. Is there anywhere dreamier to spend the evening than agarden-themedrestaurant? Enjoy a four-course seasonallysourced menu that includes beet-cured salmon, winter citrus salad, seared red snapper or braised beef short rib, plusa chef’s choice dessert to put you in a romantic mood.
138 Lancaster Ave., Devon,(610) 590-4675;914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills,(610) 459-6030.