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Byob in Philly, Bucks or Lambertville or East Montco

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A member of our party has many food restrictions and wants a moderate byob that serves steak, veal chop or some sort of hearty meat dish. We are in the Bucks area and will travel to New Hope, Lambertville or Philadelphia. Also eastern Montco. We offered Italian and sent a menu for Kanella, but no go.

Cochon can't accommodate us on the night we're going and No. 9 in Lambertville, known for their short ribs, is not that good, IMO.

I really want to make her happy and while I pride myself on being a BYOB champ, frankly, I'm stumped.


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First of all Number 9 in Lambertville is closed. But there is a fantastic new restaurant in its place- Brian's. Its run by the chef who ran Rouget in Newtown. It is still BYO. You should consider it.

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