Reading is nestled away in Berks County, located in the southeastern Pennsylvania. The city gets its name from the famous Reading Railroad, which has its own space on the Monopoly board game. The history-rich city is home to a variety of restaurants. Locals and visitors can find a nice selection of eclectic dishes at numerous nearby romantic restaurants.
The Stokesay Castle in Reading, Pa., offers an elegant and romantic dining location for couples and families. The seating features tablecloth-covered tables, leather chairs and romantic candles. Menu items include soups, salads, sandwiches and entrees. Dinner specials include moulard duck confit and whole Main lobster. Stokesay Castle offers a tempting and creative children's menu as well as an extensive wine list. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner from Tuesday through Saturday. On Sundays, a brunch is offered during select hours.
Judy's on Cherry
Judy's on Cherry is a fine-dining establishment located on Cherry Street. The restaurant features Mediterranean-style dishes such as shrimp saltimbocca and Maryland lump crab cakes. Specials are available during the week, including "Pizza and Wine" nights and drink specials. High-rated desserts include the chocolate raspberry truffle cake. Reservations are suggested and parking is available across the street. Judy's on Cherry is open Tuesday through Saturday for lunch and dinner. It is located near its sister restaurant, The Speckled Hen, which features live music on the weekends.
Dan's Restaurant on Penn Street offers traditional American dishes inspired by French cuisine. The historic building and location adds to the overall romantic atmosphere. Diners can enjoy dishes that include Hudson Valley foie gras, diver sea scallops, and dense chocolate cake. A chef tasting option is offered at market price, and the restaurant is able to accommodate private parties upon request. The restaurant is open from Wednesdays through Sundays, and service brunch on Sundays.