Dining Experiences for Couples in Pennsylvania

Love is in the air in Pennsylvania! Looking for an amazingly elegant and five-star dining experience? We’ve got your back. Travelers hoping for a romantic summer dinner can check out these dreamy locations all across the commonwealth.

All dressed and ready? Grab your bouquet and get ready to swoon!



What could be more romantic than dinner aboard the world’s oldest and largest square-rigged sailing ship still afloat? Docked in Philadelphia, the chefs of the legendary Moshulu serve a selection of dishes that use local ingredients to create modern presentations of classic cuisines. With these delectable eats and a soothing summer breeze drifting through the air, this restaurant will have you and your heart floating — literally!



Dinner at Lautrec Restaurant at Nemacolin’s in Farmington does not disappoint! Complete with a curated menu that changes with each season, original French paintings, and a 1,200 bottle wine list, dinner here will have you falling in love in no time. Looking for something a bit more casual? Nemacolin offers several other dining options that are sure to please.



Treat the music lover in your life to a truly memorable dining experience at Philadelphia’s Victor Café. In addition to exquisite food and fine wine, you and your music lover will be serenaded by the wait staff with selections from any one of the grand operas.



Enjoy a history of fine fare at the Horse Inn in Lancaster. Started as a speakeasy in the 1920s, this converted horse barn now features a menu full of garden fresh and seasonal selections with most ingredients provided by local farms. While the menu is updated daily based on what’s available, don’t worry – their famous tenderloin tips on toast is always on the menu!

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