Dining – Great places to eat in Bucks County
Bucks County has some amazing restaurants. Many are in historic buildings. We have visited many of them and have had excellent experiences overall.
New Hope and Doylestown have a number of great restaurants. Some have been around for decades and other are relatively new or have recently changed hands.
They are usually less crowded during the summer months, especially on the weekends, as people are at the shore.
Below are posts with our reviews of dozens of Bucks County restaurants.
We decided to go out to eat at the last minute on a Saturday. I picked the Hattery Stove and Still pretty much at random. The entire decision took less than a minute … and it was a great choice.Continue reading No tags for this post.
The Devil’s Acre Tavern is in Plumbsteadville and features a menu with a great selection of German food and beer as well as domestic selections.Continue reading No tags for this post.
The Bucks County Playhouse and some of the surrounding properties are undergoing some serious construction. Plans are underway to improve the theater, add dining and rooms and create a river walk. (2019 – much of the work has been completed)Continue reading No tags for this post.
The C’est La Vie French Bakery in New Hope is easy to miss. It is near the river but to get to it, you need to go down the alley at the Moo Hope Ice Cream Shop. They offer authentic French Pastry, breads, quiche and sandwichesContinue reading No tags for this post.
We visited the Wycombe Publik House in March 2018 for dinner. Our overall impression was that the restaurant provides great food, great service in a cozy atmosphere.Continue reading No tags for this post.
Bucks County Restaurants will be participating in the first ever Bucks County Restaurant week between April 29 and May 5 2018.
Restaurant weeks are always fun. This event is being sponsored by Visit Bucks County.Continue reading No tags for this post.
Unfortunately, the Blue Moose Restaurant has ceased operations as of 2019Continue reading No tags for this post.
We stopped in Karla’s in mid March for a drink. We’ve also been there for dinner. It’s an eclectic place with great food and drink.Continue reading No tags for this post.