Cozy Spots for Autumnal Moods
We asked, you answered! Find the Main Line Parent Community's top pics for warm, cozy, fall restaurants!
Chilly fall nights make us long for places to go where we can get cozy. We asked our Main Line Parent Community Members for their favorite local restaurants that they’d consider cozy- be it the food or menu, the atmosphere, layout, etc. Here are their recommendations and links to each place’s Instagram so you can learn more about them for yourself!
101 East 7th Street, Conshohocken
This beautiful building has a large fireplace inside, and lamps outside to keep warm. Melissa says it’s her favorite spot because, ” Jasper’s has the best outdoor seating in their private courtyard, which feels extra cozy. They have a good heat lamp set up – I’m never chilly, it’s always just right. Food is really good and beverages are really great. Good happy hour specials too. Family friendly!”
Four Dogs Tavern
1300 W Strasburg Rd, West Chester
Liz L. told us about Four Dogs Tavern, “Great outdoor set up…fire pits, great food, and (of course) you can bring your dog!” Tameka and Lizann agreed!
The Whip Tavern
1383 North Chatham Road, Coatesville
According to Sheila, “We stumbled upon this restaurant when we moved here 16 years ago and it’s still one of our favorites. The ambiance is to die for and the food is incredible!”
9 Old Lancaster Road, Malvern
Kirsten told us about General Warren, “They have an open old stone structure on the patio with seating for 4-6. BYO blanket and enjoy the hot toddies. Or sit on the cozy patio with the chimineas giving off heat and light. It’s so charming. It’s also tucked away in a quiet corner of Malvern and the whole outdoor dining area is just so peaceful and quiet.”
King of Prussia Town Center
Village Drive, King of Prussia
With lots of restaurants and big open area that has benches, tables, and firepit seating, Elizabeth shared, “During the last year we have had fun family meals at the new King of Prussia restaurant area. They have a few places with outdoor seating. Then we get dessert and sit by the fires while the kids run around and play.”
Torbert Street Social
305 Torbert Street, Wilmington
Headed over the border to DE for this recommendation from Caryn who tells us it used to be a speakeasy! You can sense the cozy atmosphere and warmth from their photos (the building used to be a stable, built in 1887!), and we are surely adding this to our fall must-do lists!
1406 Hollow Road, Birchrunville
This little pastry shop has outdoor seating and the most delicious looking treats you’ll ever see! Christine shared this one with us and said, “Great coffee and sweets with some savory items, too. It’s spectacular in the fall with the outdoor seating, lots of bikers both motorcycle/bicycles, kids playing, bringing balls, etc. Across the street is Birchrunville Cafe. Very small but quaint.”
138 Lancaster Ave, Devon
914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills
Terrain is known for their picturesque vignettes that make us want to buy all the things, and their cafe menu is both homey and delicious. Kellie shared, “Terrain in Glen Mills was the coziest, most unique outdoor dining experience last year. We tried so many outdoor dining opportunities and this one stands out well above the rest. my favorite place!” Laura responded to share that the set-up at Devon is just as delightful as the one in Glen Mills!
1403 Hollow Road, Birchrunville
Kristin recommended Birchrunville Café and Megan told us why this hidden gem is a must-visit, “It’s super tiny, seating maybe 20-25 people tops. Even when it’s chilly out, the room is small, warm and pleasant. The menu changes throughout the season to take best advantage of whatever that particular time in the season has to offer. The autumn menu is likely to include venison, currants, winter squashes, etc.” A small place certainly lends itself to being cozy, and those heated umbrellas seal the deal!
Lead image courtesy of Jasper’s Backyard