Head to Morris Arboretum in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia for a stroll through the lavish 92-acre Victorian garden, and be sure to steal some quiet moments in romantic settings such as the Springhouse and the Mercury Loggia Grotto.
Afterwards, wander over to Germantown Avenue for some shopping, then take a much-needed lunch or dinner break at Cake, a bakery turned full-service restaurant located in Robertson’s Flowers’ picturesque conservatory.
Then it’s time to embark on a tasting trip with Tria, an eclectic wine and cheese bar with a waitstaff that can walk you through the origins of both of those two items and guide you through the share-conducive menu.
Tria’s kitchen offers a nice array of shareable plates and an extensive list of cheese that favorably accompanies its wide selection of wine and beer. Krist for Visit Philadelphia) Rekindle your love in Philadelphia’s famed Italian Market.
Continue your scenic day with a drive on Bucks County’s River Road, and leave time for dinner at the 18th-century Black Bass Hotel, complete with expansive picture windows that overlook the water.
End your lovely day at the Bridgeton House on the Delaware, a beautiful inn that overlooks the Bucks County stretch of the Delaware River.
It’s easy to fall for the vast collections of Renaissance, American and Impressionist art, alongside the blockbuster exhibitions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A romantic dinner at Umai Umai, an intimate Japanese restaurant just blocks away from the PMA.
This BYOB is known for its fresh sushi – including inventive designer rolls – and its personal atmosphere.Then, head up the street to Erawan Thai Cuisine for a relaxed BYOB experience.Finish out your evening of romantic bliss at Hotel Palomar, just blocks away from dinner.There are plenty of moments to savor during the stomach-filling excursions around town with City Food Tours. The Decadent Gourmet tour, which includes five stops in Philadelphia where you can indulge in sumptuous cheeses, a delicious PA farm-fresh treat, a variety of Middle Eastern delights, a decadent chocolate treat and an assortment of luscious gelato.Now that you’ve consumed your share of gourmet cuisine, rest your tired feet — and stomachs — at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel, home to the famously comfortable Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Bed.With your stomachs full, slip off for a heavenly night’s sleep in the Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill Hotel.