Best American Restaurants in Havertown

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Best American Restaurants in Havertown

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Enoteca Tredici
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Italian | Bryn Mawr
White Dog Cafe-Haverford
(726)
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Contemporary American | Havertown
Estia Taverna – Radnor
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Greek | Radnor
Main and Vine
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American | Villanova
Savona - King of Prussia
(347)
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Italian | King of Prussia
White Dog Cafe - Wayne
(913)
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Contemporary American | Wayne
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Havertown Restaurants

White Dog Cafe-HaverfordWhite Dog Cafe-Haverford
1495 reviews
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Contemporary American | Havertown, Western Suburbs

We were a party of 6 women there for book club. Everything at White Dog was top notch! The food and cocktails were delicious. Our server was knowledgeable and delightful. And, who knew, Monday is 1/2 off bottles of wine! More

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Pepperoncini Italian BYOB Restaurant  And CateringPepperoncini Italian BYOB Restaurant And Catering
401 reviews
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Italian | Havertown, Western Suburbs

The food is absolutely amazing. Don’t leave without having the butter cake for dessert! More

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Discover Havertown

An old community with a rich history, Havertown was founded by William Penn in 1681. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from in Havertown, including a large number of Italian eateries. Havertown also has a large Irish population, and you might enjoy Irish pub fare with a Guinness as well. If you want a snack, soft pretzels are a major part of local culture – Philadelphians eat 12 times more pretzels than the average American. Of course, no visit to the Philadelphia area is complete without trying a famous Philly cheesesteak – beef steak, onions and melted cheese on a fresh-baked hoagie roll.

Discover Havertown

An old community with a rich history, Havertown was founded by William Penn in 1681. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from in Havertown, including a large number of Italian eateries. Havertown also has a large Irish population, and you might enjoy Irish pub fare with a Guinness as well. If you want a snack, soft pretzels are a major part of local culture – Philadelphians eat 12 times more pretzels than the average American. Of course, no visit to the Philadelphia area is complete without trying a famous Philly cheesesteak – beef steak, onions and melted cheese on a fresh-baked hoagie roll.