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White Dog Cafe-Haverford
Contemporary American | Havertown
White Dog Cafe - Wayne
Contemporary American | Wayne
Seasons 52 - King of Prussia
American | King of Prussia
Estia Taverna – Radnor
Greek | Radnor
Eddie V's - King Of Prussia
Seafood | King of Prussia
Enoteca Tredici
Italian | Bryn Mawr
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Williamstown Restaurants

154 reviews
Italian | Williamstown, New Jersey Suburbs

I called to advise them I was running 10 min behind for my reservation, the lady told me no problem at all. When I arrived, the place was packed but still got my seat right away! Staff is very friendly, service is great, and the food is exceptional! Will definitely visit again as well as recommend it to friends! More

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Library IVLibrary IV
1122 reviews
Steakhouse | Williamstown, New Jersey Suburbs

The hostess was very nice, we didn't wait at all to be seated. The food was exquisite, I strongly recommend the stuffed salmon. The atmosphere was quiet and romantic (it was Valentine's Day) and the margarita that I had was the best I've ever tasted. I will definitely visit again More

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Scotland Run Golf Club's Highlander Pub & GrillScotland Run Golf Club's Highlander Pub & Grill
316 reviews
American | Williamstown, New Jersey Suburbs

Everything was ok.. except we felt like we were part of the wedding which was going on upstairs. More

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Discover Williamstown

With over 200 years of history, the growing Philadelphia suburb of Williamstown, New Jersey, blends modern style and old-world East Coast charm. The main business district boasts shopping, breweries, a neighborhood winery and fine dining, including fresh seafood and sophisticated bar-and-grill fare. Iconic New Jersey favorites are easy to come by here as well, whether you’re looking for a classic Jersey-style tomato pie from Williamstown’s local pizza joints or a hearty Taylor pork roll or overstuffed hoagie from one of the area’s roadside diners. And if you’ve got a sweet tooth, stop by one of the many local sweet shops or ice cream parlors for a Philly-style cone, Jersey Shore saltwater taffy or a traditional frozen water ice.