Clifton Heights is a borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States, located on Darby Creek 8 miles (13 km) west of downtown Philadelphia. As of the 2010 census the population was 6,652.
4 based on 65 reviews
Tucked away behind the Drexeline Shopping Center, this large restaurant has an interesting selection of Italian favorites. All the dishes were well done - though none remarkable compared to others we've had - and the service was excellent. Fresh oysters were plump and nicely chilled; the gnocchi tasted home made and were mixed with a delicious sauce. The veal/lobster was generous sized and well cooked.
4 based on 130 reviews
We went with 8 people. Seems almost everyone got something different and to my surprised it was great. The prices are more then fair and the portions are very generous. I haven't been in a while and it won't be a long before we return, It's more of an old style family pub/restaurant that is the best in the area.
4 based on 149 reviews
Pica's pizza is unique and fantastic! Not especially thin and not brick oven, Pica's has a conveyor belt type oven that cranks out delicious pizza. The full menu offers many, many other options including many Italian specific dinners. There are specials on weekdays. We are BIG FANS of Pica's!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Ya love it or hate it; I love it! Been my go to place for pizza for more than twenty years. Some people think the crust is too thin; some people dislike the cornmeal on the bottom of the crust. I like ‘em both.
This ain’t some chic millennial eat-in bistro. It’s a pick-up your pies and beat it home to eat it place. Still uses fresh mushrooms rather than the canned ones so many places use. My favorite pie is the “ulcer” well done (a little burnt around the edges).
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Been going by to Leo's for decades and every time their cheesesteaks and burgers are awesome. Never been disappointed. By far the BEST cheesesteak in the Philly region. The large is pricey but it's your call to spend more $$ and upgrade from a regular. Wish they'd offer coupons.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
We were leaving the Philly airport heading home after a 3 week vacation out west. Our son picked us up and everyone was hungry and we were tired of meat! A flew clicks on the phone led us to the wonderful restaurant. It appears to be a local neighborhood spot; on the small side. Easy on the street parking. We shared the baked clams appetizer: tender, whole and well seasoned. Our diners had fried shrimp, a swordfish special and salmon, along with a few beers. I highly recommend the pasta with the white wine garlic sauce as your side....delicious!!! The food was all excellent as was the service. The restaurant has a warm, community feel with what looked like "regulars" chatting at the bar. Despite the hometown feel, this place is not inexpensive...we felt it was worth it. Too bad we do not live closer or we would be "regulars" at this terrific spot.
4 based on 140 reviews
Typical diner fare and atmosphere. Both the chicken croquettes and scrapple were bit over cooked and bread fell apart.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Bring cash and they close super early but if you are looking for a great cheap breakfast this is the place. Crispy bacon, fluffy scrambled eggs, potatoes were odd but good kind of roasted...felt they were missing onions and green peppers. Overall great food and will return.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
I go to Cocco's almost everyweek. Sometimes a couple times a week. I love their pizza. Besides pizza, they have an extensive menu of all sorts of things. Had the grilled chicken sandwich last night with french fries...the best! I think the staff knows just about everyone that comes in. People keep coming back because the food is great and the cost is reasonable. The owners come in and work all the time. Everyone knows Mike and Theresa. Just wish they had a bigger dining room because some nights it gets very busy. I highly recommend going here!
5 based on 16 reviews
I grew up buying pretzels for recess in school for a nickel and Bernie's takes me to "Memory Lane" when I have a "Bernie Pretzel". I enjoy them warm and dipping them in cheese OR CHOCOLATE gives new meaning to "YUMMY".
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.