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4 based on 20 reviews
For almost 30 years, the best sandwiches, wraps & hoagies in town and the fastest, friendliest service! Stop by and try our special sandwich selections, gourmet grilled wraps and sandwiches, hoagies that the locals grew up on, or just to find out about ou
Becky's is the prototypical local/neighborhood eatery. We arrived for our first visit just before 11am, when breakfast is no longer available. My companion and I each had a delicious breakfast sandwich (mine was the signature "Becky), which we each enjoyed immensely. On the wall by our table were memorabilia and old newspaper articles from the '50s, when Becky's dad was a member of the old Philadelphia Warriors basketball team (now the Golden State Warriors). Very cool! My only disappointment is that Becky's closes after lunch in mid-afternoon. But next time I'm on State Street at lunchtime, I will check out the lunch fare that others have raved about!
I discovered this place before I moved to Wrightstown long ago... got a meatball sandwich to eat while I was house hunting. OMG... it was well worth all the gooey cheese and tasty sauce I nearly dribbled all over myself while driving around. Now... nearly 15 years later, my whole family stop heres all the time. We get big wonderful breakfast sandwiches (they open at the crack of dawn for all the working men and women in the area, farmers, hunters, you name it), we stop for sandwiches before car trips, and we get big hoagies to bring home on lazy weekend days. It's not much of a store... you can get soda, iced tea, milk, chips, the newspaper, coffee, and gossip. But the food is made quickly, wrapped in paper, and reliably good. I most always get the hot special of the day... but I've never had a bad sandwich there. American take out food at its best. No seats, no counter, no style... but nice people. The parking lot is always full of pick-up trucks and SUVs coming and going... a few with hungry guys wolfing down their food right away. Don't let the looks of the place scare you away. Park your car, go in, and order something. It's a place where time has stood still I think.
4 based on 11 reviews
I've been passing by the Village Market for several years on the way to or from a friends house. I hadn't stopped in because I thought it was a gas station with a convenience store attached. I couldn't have been more wrong. The Village Market has good food... Make that Really good food and much more. Breakfasts are worth the trip by themselves. And the overall menu looks wonderful. If you're in the area and are looking for great food, this is one place you'll definitely want to stop into.
We had a lovely dinner in Newtown and decided to go to Starbucks for coffee. We do not live in the area, but were visiting. The guys went first, got coffee, sat in comfy chairs and talked. The women (that would be my friend and I) walked around a bit before meeting the guys. Needing a restroom, as happens, my friend and I expected a nice, clean experience at Starbucks. No!! Yuck!! It was awful. There were two restrooms. One had no toilet paper, there was water (I hope) all over the floor, there was crumpled paper all over the floor and wet paper on the toilet seat. The second bathroom had a door that had locking issues and was not in much better shape.I thought it prudent to let the manager know. There was a shift manager and she was listening politely and apologizing when a young man interrupted. To say he was defensive would be an understatement. He said the bathrooms were cleaned 45 minutes ago and when I asked why no toilet paper said it must have been overlooked. What?? How do you overlook a totally empty toilet paper holder. Considering the state of the bathroom, I wonder about this store's definition of clean. Another customer in the store heard us and told us they hadn't been back for months due to the lack of cleanliness in general. The couple even pointed out dirt on a display that was still there from the last time they came to the store.Here is the kicker - the defensive young man actually told me that if the bathrooms were dirty it was the local townspeople to blame. Yes, he said that. And then he went on to tell me that the employee restroom was clean. It seems he was saying that the employees don't make messes, but the townspeople are a messy group. There is more, but this gives you an idea of what happened.The actions of that young man totally obliterated the shift manager's appropriate response. She seemed truly concerned. One can only hope the owner of this Starbucks cleans up his or her act. Literally.
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