Flourtown is a census-designated place (CDP) in Springfield Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States, with a ZIP code of 19031. Flourtown is adjacent to the neighborhoods of Erdenheim, Oreland, Whitemarsh, and Chestnut Hill. The population of Flourtown was 4,538 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Flourtown
4 based on 192 reviews
Stopped with family for breakfast New Year's Eve. The pancakes were wonderful. Other people in our group had the Eggs Benedict, Crab Benedict and the Breakfast Burrito. Everyone said the food was great. Save room for their desserts, though. The pastry case looked fantastic!
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Yesterday Seven of us had dinner ready right before my in laws moved to Florida. We brought Italian Wine and began our feast starting with the best garlic and cheese rolls. Moved onto apps including mussels, calamari, Caprese and Caesar salads. 7 dinners were amazing at presentation and all unanimously delicious and filling! Cannoli and Gelato for dessert and a perfect dinner, family gathering and exceptional service!
4.5 based on 60 reviews
We on Saturday late afternoon for lunch. The place is small, cure and intimate. Off the main street, so no street noise. We had their coffee, and sandwich, The food was tasty and portions were perfect (neither too large nor too small). Limited menu options but they also had very unique selection of salads. Interesting thing - note the names of dishes. You can make out its a family run business. There was shelf full of cook books. But if you are not seated next to the shelf then you wont get to enjoy the books unless you awkwardly ask look at the shelf over people's food. We tried the brownies. They were very large but dry. I liked their sandwich and southwest soup better.
4 based on 359 reviews
Very expensive, lunch entrees range from $15 to $28, but it's well worth it. Cornbread was wonderful, very sweet and fluffy. The flatbread with rotisserie chicken, tomato, cheese, and pesto was so full of flavor. And the sea bass tacos with a lime sauce and guacamole was absolutely delightful. Tender chunks of fish with a crispy outside. Wonderful flavor and just the right amount of heat. Service was great, too.
4 based on 196 reviews
It’s decent food, nothing noteworthy or overly compelling. Drinks were okay. Frozen margaritas seemed pre-made, nothing special. Also, whether you get chips and salsa seems random. Some customers just got them and when I noticed, I had to ask for mine. The server got them for me with no problem, I just wondered why I had to ask. They have a good happy hour with a couple dollars off drinks. Honestly, if I’d had to pay more for that canned margarita I would’ve been upset.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
After my disastrous visit to the North Wales Starbucks yesterday, I was left longing for a good drink plus I am playing their still game...like I'm going to win Starbucks for life!
Walked in. Was immediately greeted. I saw the person get a drink ahead of me and c,umsilymordered it. The barista said " a macchiato, did you say?" Now what did I say? Lol, I said, "yes, let's try that." And she said, "no worries, if you dont like it, I'll make you something else."
Three minutes later, my drink was presented to me. (Hmmm, I guess it doesn't take fifteen minutes, and then get a cold drink). I settled in. Delicious. Darn, could I somehow drink it all, then complain? And get another? nah,mthat wasn't the deal and I still have my integrity.
maybe I'll win free Starbucks for life.
If I do, I will be coming back HERE for sure.
And yes, a tip was left.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
As I've said before, a Dunkin' is a Dunkin' is a Dunkin' but TripAdvisor says there aer not enough reviews of the place yet and so I am your obedient servant and I'll take the extra 50 points on my overall rating score.
The coffee is good and the donuts are sinful. I have a special weakness for jelly. I consult in the area and we recently brought back a take-out order. As I say, sinful as usual.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
This place is great, we have been coming here for a few years and keep coming back! The food is very diverse and we love the torta sandwiches and burritos for lunch and the heavier fajitas for dinner. We always order the fresh guac and salsa with chips and they are a must have. They go great with the free margaritas! There are plenty of vegetarian options and everyone we have introduced to this restaurant is now addicted. Also the two hot sauce options are amazing and should be used.
4 based on 30 reviews
The concept is very interesting- A bar restaurant that happens to look like a movie theater. We sat in the third row. The chairs are comfy and if the movie is boring, you'll definitely fall asleep. However don't sit in the first few rows if you'd like to avoid vertigo...or do if you want to feel like you're in the movie.
The drink we ordered was a special- sangria ... for $10. Very overpriced and I don't think there was actually any alcohol in it...
Overall it was a unique experience to get away from the kiddos...but next time don't order food or drinks- just enjoy the seats.
4 based on 187 reviews
My husband and I went here for our anniversary based on several individuals recommendations, we were not disappointed. I had the lamb and he steak. Both were great. We had flat bread as and appetizer, yum! The fig and prosciutto salad is Wonderful. The only not so great thing was dessert, we had chocolate chip bread pudding - won't get that again. I would definitely go back again. It's a little loud.
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