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Where to Head for Valentine’s Day near your Chestnut Square Apartment

February 8, 2017

If you’re looking to take your Valentine out for a romantic dinner on the town on Feb. 14, you’re certainly in luck – there are tons of fine dining restaurants near your Chestnut Square apartment that are sure to impress, no matter what cuisine you prefer.

If this Valentine’s Day you plan on dressing up and heading to one of the finest culinary spots that West Chester has to offer, then be sure to check out some of these local restaurants – before their reservations fill up!

Core de Roma, located at 337 E Gay Street which is about two blocks from your Chestnut Square apartment, is a casual, BYOB Italian restaurant serving traditional specialties from Rome amid old-fashioned decor. Try the vitello primavera, which is grilled veal scaloppine topped with spring mix, red onions, tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and lemon or the coda alla vaccinara, which is a traditional Roman stew made of oxtail and various vegetables.

Four Dogs Tavern, located at 1300 W Strasburg Road which is about four miles from your Chestnut Square apartment, is a vintage stable-turned-eatery that serves a New American brasserie-style menu with a full bar. Try the fondue dinner, which includes the choice of three meat accompaniments, or a charcuterie board which includes fresh and dried fruits, nuts, olives, bread and mustard.

Pietro’s Prime, located at 125 Market Street which is about a half a mile from your Chestnut Square apartment, is a chic spot with a menu of meat and seafood dishes along with happy hours and live entertainment. Try the Cajun Delmonico, which is dusted in house Cajun seasonings, or the sesame ginger Chilean sea bass, which is served over a light Asian vegetable salad.



Core de Roma

337 East Gay Street

(610) 701-8485


Four Dogs Tavern

1300 W Strasburg Road

(610) 692-4367


Pietro’s Prime

125 Market Street

(484) 760-6100