Reviews on Bar food in Milford, New Jersey, United States. Milford is a borough located in western Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States. At the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,233, reflecting an increase of 38 (+3.2%) from the 1,195 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 78 (-6.1%) from the 1,273 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 150 reviews
Love this place The best food in the areaGreat atmosphereOutdoor seating really nice on a spring or summer eveKnowledgeable wait staff Awesome bartenders Burgers are awesome We ordered swordfish omg so so delicious and perfectly cooked Dishes are always creative and well presented The owner always comes to the table to make sure all went to our satisfaction My go to fav!!!!
3 based on 65 reviews
My Mom comes religiously for the Liver and Onions, so on a visit from Florida (in February!) I am now a believer. Great atmosphere with a very cozy bar and restaurant. Nice people and good drinks all for a reasonable price. I will make the trek again(but in August)!
3 based on 147 reviews
The Riegelsville Inn is the offers exemplary dining in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Our menu showcases superior American cuisine influenced by classic French technique featuring uniquely paired ingredients.
The Riegelsville Inn is a very old building along the Delaware River in a laid back area. The restaurant offers gourmet style meals as well as bar food depending on what room you choose for your mood that evening. In good weather you can sit outside on their porches. We sat in the dining room directly in front of a fireplace that was so large it must have once been used for cooking in a kitchen. It kept us very warm on a cold night. We started with cocktails from their special list. They were good, just not our favorites. We then ordered from the gourmet menu. I started with the Foie Gras. The piece was very small but I anticipated this as the price was quite low for this delicacy. It was sautÃ©ed a bit too much and served along side of a pastry cup filled with lavender custard and peanut sauce with sprinkled peanuts. The mix of flavors was quite tasty. My husband ordered the beet and goat cheese salad. Overall this had could taste but it should not be called a beet salad. The plate was full of spinach. In the center was a puff pastry cup filled with goat cheese and sprinkled with a few pieces of beet. This is not what we call a beet salad and definitely not what was expected. For dinner I tried the Sand and Sea which is a petit filet mignon and a crab cake served with mashed potatoes and various vegetables that included too many mushrooms for me but others might enjoy that. The filet was underdone. I had ordered it medium-rare and it was served closer to raw. The crab cake however was outstanding. It was a good size, had no filler except for a couple pieces of green pepper, and it was crunchy on the outside. Next time we go here I might just order the crab cakes. My husband tried the Plum Duckling. There were a few strips of duck breast which were fine. The leg and thigh piece was cooked nicely but it was not confit. The skin was not crisp and the meat was not well done enough to be confit. He was disappointed. We enjoyed wine from their wine list with our meal. Our waiter was very good which was a surprise given the area. We are used to more of a diner waitress type in this area but this young man was quite professional. A couple who claimed that they were allowed to order from the pub menu in the dining room ordered the Fish and Chips which actually looked good. I think we will try the pub side next time. The chef might be French trained but he still has some finesse to put in his cooking for the food to indeed appear and taste as the gourmet menu suggests. For many locals though, this is likely the closest they get to real gourmet. Just be prepared that it is not what you'll find in NYC or Philadelphia. After all, this is just little Riegelsville. It is definitely worth a try though if you don't feel like heading to a city. We will go back.
4 based on 67 reviews
Enjoy our beautiful and newly renovated Restaurant&Tavern in the quaint town of Riegelsville Pa. at the north east tip of Upper Bucks County. Driving north from New Hope or Doylestown to Easton, we our situated at 1274 Easton Road (Rt611), the main countr
This is a Tavern which had live music starting at 8PM on Saturday night. It has a good reputation locally, and we went there for a late dinner (7 PM). Although several dishes were recommended, all three of us had hamburgers. I ordered medium, and got one that was medium well. My wife ordered medium rare and got well done - the third person ordered one well done, and got one done that way. The staff seemed friendly and (other than the cooks) very helpful and competent. The deserts and the drinks were good. There were two families with children between the ages of 4 and 11 having dinner in the bar - which seemed odd to me - but that was apparently the local custom.
4 based on 17 reviews
Went on a Monday night, which is free pool night, and had a good time. We had a variety of apps, such as the bar pie, steamed clams and mozz sticks. All made fresh and delivered hot. Server was spot on and spoke fluent Italian. Who knew....plenty of beers on tap. Also, down the street from the local bowling alley.
4 based on 45 reviews
I drove up to Riegelsville explicitly to eat at this restaurant, and I was glad I did. I ordered the turkey burger, which comes with a chipotle mayo sauce, caramelized onions, and a few other toppings, as well as fries, for just $12. Some sandwiches and burgers were even cheaper. Food was well-prepared and tasted delicious. Will be back!
4 based on 98 reviews
For food and drink...this place is an absolute gem. Not only does the menu constantly change with fresh ideas, the offerings are always delish and fresh. The drinks...really...not like anywhere else. Mike is the best bartender ever...both with his concoctions and friendliness. Just tell him what flavor your in the mood for, and he will make it like nothing you ever tasted. We've kept your feedback on our bulletin board, and even though it's so long since you wrote, I thought I should let you know that all these months later, your words continue to validate our staff's dedication to our patrons. Reviews such as yours continue to make our team's efforts to exceed our patron's expectations, that much sweeter. Thank you again for sharing your comments with the TripAdvisor community.
4 based on 32 reviews
Good pizza not great-friendly staff-at an ok price for the menu. If your in the area it's not a must stop. But your not going to be disappointed.Stephen we are so grateful to be a part of our little community and to call you a neighbor. At the Little York we expect nothing less than friendly smiling service and a warm, welcoming dining experience. I am sorry that we did not provide this on your visit. Our doors are open and I hope that you'll stop in soon.
4 based on 203 reviews
We visited this place over 25 years ago when they were the first brew pub in New Jersey. We were in the New Hope area and decided to visit again. We were not disappointed. Service was excellent and food was exceptional. I had a salad that was loaded with blue cheese and Brussels sprouts. The local beer choice is varied and we felt sorry to have to limit ourselves to one drink since we were traveling further that day.
4 based on 51 reviews
Traveling to the Milford House from the Lehigh Valley Area we had a scenic trip along the canal and Delaware River. Crossing the bridge into Milford you'll see a quaint little town. The Milford House is right down the street, an older restaurant that has a substantial menu offering pretty much anything one could want. Our party had the shrimp & grits, duck breast and salmon. Everything was good but what I didn't like was sides and salads were all a la cart. I prefer having those included in the price of the meal like most all restaurants do. Our server was great, he was attentive and very friendly. My rating of poor for the value was only due to items ( salad and vegetable ) that should normally come with a meal were an additional $4 - $8 The a la cart option I'm sure is great for people with smaller appetites.
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