Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Lansdale. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. Lansdale is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 28 miles northwest of Philadelphia. Early in the 20th century, its industries included agricultural implement works, a canning factory, foundries, brickyards, a silk mill, and manufacturers of cigars, stoves, shirts, rope, iron drain pipe, and glue. In 1900, 2,754 people lived here; in 1910, 3,551; and in 1940, 9,316 people were inhabitants of Lansdale. The population was 16,269 at the time of the 2010 census.
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4 based on 44 reviews
We have been regulars here for several years now. With rare exception, the food and service have always been consistently good. It's a pizza style restaurant... you're not paying for atmosphere. And you're not getting fancy salads with fancy lettuce. But whether you order wings, a pizza, or veal Marsala, you can count on a good meal. Their fresh hot oven to table bread is a delicious touch when you order an entree, too. We are not easy customers, and have put more than one new server through the paces. Eventually, though, we love them and they love us! It's that kind of place.
4 based on 16 reviews
Through the years the consistency has been impressive. For me the wings are one of the best in the area and with great happy hour offerings and daily drink specials this a perfect place for fun with friends.
4 based on 17 reviews
My wife and I eat out often, however, this was our first time visiting the Porch. Our server, Cheryl was simply amazing. One thing that stands out about her is her beautiful smile, which she had on her face every time she approached our table. Her attention to detail as well as her sense of humor made our experience one that will bring us back again and again.
4 based on 43 reviews
I was more than surprised to discover that my rather elderly parents had become even occasional patrons of this place. I would never have walked through the door of this strip mall bar. It's definitely a bar (my dad was a little embarrassed about taking his little girl to a bar, but since I've passed the half century mark, it was all legal...) I've only been there for late lunch, and it's never been very crowded, or very rowdy. We're all big fans of the cheese steaks. Most of us like the traditional version, but one member of our party always gets the cheese steak hoagie, and he's always happy. I'm afraid I can't evaluate the beer selection- we just go for the cheese steaks. I've been there 3 times. The wait staff has been friendly and patient. We've no complaints.
3 based on 84 reviews
Bar/Restaurant with BBQ and huge selection of whiskeys. Check out our website (smokehouse-tavern.com) for more info on catering and room rentals for events
We had semi private room behind the bar. Service was excellent. French onion soup was some of best I have ever had - filled with cheese and delicious broth. The ribs were meaty and very tender. I'm going back today for lunch.
4 based on 35 reviews
We are a locally owned Brewery and Pub with 15 of our own beers on tap plus cask beer (when available). We serve PA Wine, Cider and Distilled spirits to keep a local flavor. We offer food with a full kitchen
We stopped by for lunch on the Saturday afternoon and the place was fairly busy. There was seating outdoors and customers could seat themselves unless wanted to be seated outside. There was a bar inside that had a bar tender but no other wait staff was visible. As we werent in a rush we waited about 25 minutes before the bartender came by and asked if anyone had come by. She provided us with menus and took our drink orders. The beers were enjoyable.The lunch menu is more limited and did not have the spaetzle or salad options. My husband ordered the Hasselhoff (their version of a cheesesteak) I ordered the Iggy (pulled chicken sandwich). We enjoyed both sandwiches and would like to try their dinner menu sometime.
3 based on 101 reviews
We are regulars at the Pub and wanted to write a review about the food because I find it to be consistently good. The Harvest Salad with grilled chicken is Fantastic! Itâs loaded with apples, walnuts, grapes, raisins and lettuce. I so enjoy that! Itâs a good alternative for people trying to be healthy. The wings are also consistently quite tasty! Weâve also had pizza, wraps and steak sandwiches that are really good. One negative is the wait staff is not very friendly. It might be because they are always busy but a smile is hard to come by. Also when seating people outside let them know that it is smoking, which is a shame. The number of smokers just about kills it for the non smokers. Stay inside if you donât want to smell like a cigarette.
4 based on 260 reviews
Our daughter and son-in-law who live in the area brought us here when we were visiting recently. They were trying it too for the first time. The ambiance is beautiful and the menu very comprehensive. Unfortunately, the food was disappointing. I had a BBQ burger, which every pub from here to Honolulu can make pretty well, but here the pulled pork had way too much vinegar in the sauce and the burger itself tasted like it had been frozen (dry and rubbery). The fries that accompanied the sandwich weren't bad, but fries are fries. We'll give it another try sometime, but there are so many other good restaurants to try in the meantime.
3 based on 192 reviews
Went here last Friday night with a big group (13). The AC in the back room was broken... it was mid 80s in the room... something was wrong. Our server said "they were working on it" ... Anyway, they had a 2 for $5 Shandy special while we were waiting for our table which was nice. The food was delicious. A few people had the fish tacos. No complaints there. It's a bustling, funky Mexican place that does a lot of business.Thanks for the review Goatsgruff. :) ... and thank you for hanging in there while we tended to our AC issues... we really appreciate it!
4 based on 176 reviews
This two-story gastropub in downtown Lansdale is beautifully built into an historic building with an exposed brick interior and cozy tables and booths. I was in a group of four and we were seated upstairs. Service was attentive and good. The excellent Poor William cocktail made with gin, st. germain, pear and lemon was a great way to start my meal: the catfish po-boy sandwich with fries and a small salad. All were delicious. The other three folks in our group enjoyed their meals too, which included the burger and the smoked chicken pot pie. There were a lot of good-looking local and regional beers on the menu too. We'll be back.
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