A tour of Bucks County
The Station Taphouse in Doylestown Review – It is located in the old Doylestown Freight Station. We visited for dinner in January 2020.
The Freight Station, built in the 1800’s, is adjacent to the Doylestown Septa Station. The large building and high ceilings allow for comfortable dinner conversations.
We arrived about 530 on a Saturday evening and were able to immediately be seated. By the time we left, most of the tables were full. Our waiter was great. We sat in near the Hostess desk. There is an extensive selection of beer on tap. We went for a Yeungling Hershey Stout and a Coors Light. They generally have over 30 beers on tap.
We shared the Cheesesteak Egg Rolls. They are served with a spicy ketchup with just a little kick. That turned out to be a good choice.
My girlfriend ordered a chicken cheesesteak which they did in a wrap at her request. I ordered a half rack of ribs with sweet potato fries. The portions were generous enough that we had lunch for the following day.
The building is spacious. They have an outside deck which is open weather-permitting. If you are looking for live entertainment, check their schedule of shows. They also have live sports on the televisions and daily specials.
After adding in another Coors, Coffee and Tea, the bill came to about $60 which was well worth it.
Pro Tip – Be sure to NOT park in the numbered spaces for the train commuters.
The Station Taphouse194 W Ashland St, Doylestown, PA 18901
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