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Havertown Restaurants

White Dog Cafe-Haverford
White Dog Cafe-Haverford
(1710)
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Contemporary American | Havertown, Western Suburbs

tHE FOOD WAS DELICIOUS AND OUR SERVER WAS EXCELLENT. More

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Pepperoncini Restaurant & Bar, Havertown
Pepperoncini Restaurant & Bar, Havertown
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Italian | Havertown, Western Suburbs

Not sure we would go back. Ate upstairs. Food and service was good. Very noisy and felt lots of hustle bustle going on. Servers were wisking by, and running up and down stairs for drinks. Was hard to enjoy dining experience with all the movement around the tables. Also, felt the stairs were a bit too steep. In fact, two individuals fell on their way down the stairs. 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.