Old Rittenhouse is quaint and romantic. Rooms in the house provide the setting for the guests and the antique surrounding was dazzling. The food presentations are sumptuous. I began with an I Am Huckleberry Martini complete w/a pick of fresh huckleberries. Memorable. I ordered seafood soup-every spoonful was an ooh and an ahh. Mike's main course was the Rittenhouse pork chop he describes as more of a pork roast w/carmelized apples. Dessert topped with their house fudge was so impressive we bought a jar of the rich dark chocolate fudge for another occasion. Eat there for the experience, leave with the fudge and you won't mind the price.
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