678 Bethlehem Pike
Montgomeryville, PA 18936
Phone: (215) 361-3600
Fax: (215) 361-7949
Osaka is a Japanese steakhouse in Lansdale and serves delectable traditional Japanese food. The miso soup and the chilean sea bass are some of their best servings and should definitely not be missed out on. The sushi here is quite loved by the visitors and the steak is praised too. They are also known for their catering services. The ambiance is quite interesting and beautiful.
Regal Barn Plaza 14 shows the latest movies out of Hollywood.
The County Theater is a nonprofit community based organization housed in a 1938 late Art Deco-style theater. It features mostly independent films that have been critically praised.
Presented at the County Theater, this annual juried competition is open to all high school, college and emerging filmmakers. Held in October.
Held rain or shine at the Mercer Museum, this annual two-day event features costumed artisans demonstrating early American crafts, live family entertainment, storytellers, plenty of food, more than 80 crafters and much more. The 2008 Folk Fest will be held in May.
Na'Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse brings to its visitors the traditional Brazilian cuisine and style of cooking. The steakhouse provides a wide array of authentic dishes, ensuring high quality and taste in their menu. Loyal patrons swear by the delicacies wrapped in bacon and the salad bar. As you enjoy your delicious handcrafted drinks, your server guides you with your dining experience at this steakhouse. There is a card placed on every table; flip the card to its brown side and the server will know you are ready for the food to be served! Na'Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse is a place you can enjoy with your friends or family.
Get inspired by upcoming performances, such as 'A Day In His Life'—John Lennon Anthology Concert, Roy Clark, Grada (Irish Music) at this Victorian style theater. It has comedy plays, such as Godspel, and great plays for children like Aladdin, Rapunzel and Little Bo Peep. Bring your family and enjoy some of the exciting performances by the intellectual actors. After the show, you can grab a bite next door, at the Washington House Restaurant.
Popular in the Philadelphia area since 1928, this theater was initially a movie house but now it houses a variety of shows. It could be Glenn Beck on Ice, Little Red Riding Summer Series show or The Nutcracker. It has a mixture of performances for the audience. Parking is available behind the theater. Become an E-seats member at the theater and get autographed posters from the stars along with more benefits.
Glenside Memorial Hall or Glenside Hall as it is more locally referred to is a historic building that was built to commemorate World War I heroes. Constructed in 1926, this T-shaped, bricked Colonial Revival style structure is now used for private events, social gatherings,meetings and weddings. This two level facility is also available on rent and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
This museum is in a beautiful 19th-Century stone Victorian mansion in Chestnut Hill. It opened in 1940 and its permanent collection includes more than 2500 works of art. The collection also includes over 300 paintings and sculpture works by Daniel Garber, Thomas Pollock Anshutz, Edward Moran, Violet Oakley, Benjamin West, Robert Riggs, Jessie Willcox Smith and Herbert Pullinger. The museum also conducts art lecture series, excursions, music concerts and campaigns with the help of its members.
The Heirloom Fine American Cookery is a restaurant serving authentic American food. It is known for its intimate ambiance and is a good place for a dinner date with that special someone. The restaurant focuses on using local ingredients in the preparations and yet provides a very creative and imaginative menu, which hardly any other restaurant in the vicinity offers. The Sunday brunch at Heirloom Fine American Cookery is worth trying.
Paris Bistro and Jazz Cafe is a lively place with amazing ambiance. The crab cakes, escargots and the almond cake are some of the most loved delicacies here and are a must try when you visit this place. The look and feel of the place is inspired by 1930s dining rooms of France. The Jazz cafe houses shows of some of the best Jazz musicians in the city. Be it a date with your special someone, a casual hangout with a group of friends or a private function, the Paris Bistro and Jazz Cafe is a good place for every occasion. It is available for private functions on weekends.