To help you find the best West Chester, PA restaurants, we have created a list of all the best places to eat in the area. With a variety of great options, there is no shortage of restaurants serving up delicious food for every taste!
West Chester, PA Restaurants
One of our favorites…If we get a date night out, this is our local go to. They have perfectly cooked filet, a tuna tartare that we could eat everyday & seasonal specials that are all locally sourced. Not just for the meat lover, Brandywine Prime excels in dishes like sea bass, crab cakes and scallops. Seasonally-crafted cocktails and wines from around the globe make this the perfect date night spot.
This charming gem, in Unionville, at the heart of Chester County horse country, exudes a warm and welcoming ambiance along with a superb New American menu. The crab mushroom soup is exquisite – you might even see us in the parking lot picking up takeout!
This classy and romantic restaurant in an 18th-century building outside of West Chester excels in an elegant dining experience. The colonial motif offers diners private quiet rooms or seating by a fireplace.
This quaint, cottage-like diner, located in the heart of Wyeth County, serves up American & Greek comfort food, from omelets to spanakopita! Everything is homemade and well loved by the community. Many days you’ll see a line out the door of guests waiting for a table. Make sure to grab a slice of their fancy strawberry pie to go!
When we feel like a nice night out and have the time to take a 20 minute drive to dinner, Harry’s Savoy is our spot! Harry’s Savoy Grill is known for their prime rib, dark wood seating and beautiful patio. Don’t let the steakhouse vibe deter you, they have a rocking Caesar salad, crab cakes, soft shell crabs in season and amazing seasonal cocktails!
Sovana Bistro has been a staple in the Unionville community since opening twenty years ago and has evolved into a highly regarded dining destination. The kitchen and bar create simple hand-made items, inspired by ingredients sourced locally at the peak of their season. They cater to dietary restrictions offering house-made gluten-free and vegetarian options. The service reflects a gracious approach to hospitality and genuine concern for each and every guests’ experience.
Terrain’s greenhouse cafe offers seasonally changing brunch, lunch, and dinner menus featuring hand-selected local produce, meats, and dairy alongside a thoughtfully curated beverage program from near and far. Served in a deliberately designed environment to blur the line between indoor and outdoor spaces, each cafe’s décor is unique, providing an inspiring dining experience every time. If you love the feel of Anthropology or Urban Outfitters…think of this as their big sister as they are all the same company that you know and love!
The spot for local and organic food that caters to dietary restrictions! Their seasonally changing menu is complemented by over 50 wines by the glass & seasonal cocktails served in an upscale casual atmosphere.
1906 is named in honor of the year Pierre S. du Pont (1870-1954) purchased the grounds that were developed into Longwood Gardens. The newly remodeled restaurant offers fresh, seasonal fare with a focus on locally sourced and sustainable ingredients for an unparalleled dining experience.
Portabellos of Kennett Square is located in the heart of the mushroom capital of the world. They feature new American cuisine with international overtones and are BYOB. With an ever-changing menu, they draw inspirations from produce sourced from many Chester County growers as well as seafood from the mid-Atlantic region.