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Stella Notte Trattoria & Steakhouse

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Stella Notte is located in the historic Chestnut Hill Hotel on Germantown Avenue. The restaurant shares the building with Chestnut Hill Grill and Sidewalk Cafe, in addition to the rooms that are available to their visitors. It has two dining rooms, which can accommodate nearly 125 people, the front room now infamous for the starry lighted ceiling. The banquet room can accommodate 15 to 50 people.

Location: 8229 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19118 Telephone 215-247-2100

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Wilmington) Dead Presidents Pub & Restaurant
(Cinnaminson) Harvest -The All American Diner
(Princeton) Alchemist & Barrister Restaurant
(Somerville) Alfonso's Family Trattoria & Pizzeria
(Lawrenceville) Amalfi's Restaurant
(Downingtown) Amish Place

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