Huntingdon Valley is a village, as well as a suburban mailing address located in Lower Moreland Township, Upper Moreland Township and Abington Township all in Montgomery County, and in small sections of Upper Southampton Township and Lower Southampton Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania bordering the Fox Chase section of Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States.
Things to do in Huntingdon Valley
4.5 based on 265 reviews
I am a total meat eater, so when my girlfriend suggested Blue Sage, I rolled my eyes...It was soooo good! I enjoyed the Farmhouse Cubano and the Tostones appetizer...Both were so full of flavor, I left feeling very full and satisfied! I would go here again...
4 based on 159 reviews
We were seated promptly in this busy restaurant located in a shopping center. They had a large menu and our server was quite helpful with our choices.
We had an open faced hot roast beef and hot roast Turkey meal with french fries. We shared an order of onion rings and took just a half order and it was more than enough for 2 people.
We will definitely return again.
5 based on 105 reviews
The sticky buns are amazing. They are made fresh daily. The pound cake and butter cakes are also good. They also have a good cheese cake, pies and cookies. You can’t go wrong buying from Fritz’s bakery and it’s even easier now that they have more locations.
4 based on 190 reviews
Pleasant waiter who was a bit flaky. No silverware on table despite the appetizers coming out. Asked for silverware and nothing. Asked another waiter who said he would get our waiter. Portions have greatly diminished. Side salad is half of what it used to be. Lettuce was soggy. My Parmesan crusted trout was burned... sister order a blue cheese wedge and it was half of usual. Not going back...
5 based on 65 reviews
Prompt. service. Bakery rolls fresh. Every bakery unique flavor/ texture.
Slight salt/ baking soda finish. D & W meats...ugg
Tomato pie dry or not fresh.. Drive to Paganos in Drexel Hill.. or bakery near Norristown if this is Important. Or lucky people outside of Wilm. De..Serpes Bakery.
Disappointing drive fueled by Yelp reviews. No obvious dining space. Take-out only.
4 based on 270 reviews
It's wonderful having a restaurant nearby you can count on for consistently good meals. We do tend to get stuck in a rut with our order preferences. Luckily Toscano 52 offers a special page (changing weekly) on the back of their menu featuring the foods & wines of different towns & regions which often makes us try something new. A recent special enjoyed was a thick Lentil Soup topped with a Cheesy Toast Slice. From their regular menu we tried Eggplant Caponata Bruschette along with our entrees of Cedar-Plank Grilled Salmon w/ Potatoes Fontina Torta & Grilled Asparagus for him and Bronzino Aquapazza with tomatoes, olives & capers & served with Roasted Potatoes. So good.....
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Family business with friendly staff and always good eats. Highly recommend! Get the fresh squeezed orange juice in season
4.5 based on 44 reviews
I've eaten cakes around the world and ordered cakes from the best bakeries, but not one can come close to Weinrichs. It is an old style bakery where you can absolutely taste the purity of their beautifully created cakes. They are more than delicious. They are the supreme cake makers. Last year they made a fantastically cake for our granddaughter 's birthday. We visit from Canada. So my daughter reordered because we were all over the moon with the cake. This one was even better- if that's possible. With chocolate and white layers, deceptively simple but supremely great. Not overly iced, not loaded with sugar, just perfection in a cake- fit for our two year old princess. In deed, I don't believe royalty gets better cakes. I even imagine the bakers at Weinrichs who have been doing this for generations might have cooked in European courts. More than amazing and at incredible prices. Is there a word beyond fantastic for these cake bakers? How lucky is Willow Grove?
4.5 based on 76 reviews
This is the 3rd restaurant that we've been to that serve food from Southern-East former Soviet Republics and are all within a reasonably short distance from another ("Uzbekistan" and "Georgian Café & Bakery" being the other 2)
While there is enough similarity in some dishes - Samarkand takes it a notch up with offering a selection of steaks and seafood which is not present at other two.
There were 4 of us, friends get-together. We started off by sharing a plate of Achchik - Chuchuk Salad, a Lavash Bread and some Samsas, then moved to Soups: Laghman, Borsch and Kharcho
For main diswhes I opted for Bronzino which came with the whole fish being on a plate and 'home fried potatoes'. The reaming dishes were Boneless Beef kebab and 2 Rolled Beef kebabs; rice and garlic young potatoes for sides
That got us all pretty full so we skipped deserts although I was sort of hoping to taste the crepes - they looked quite appetizing.
The service was impeccable, the waitress (Tanya) patiently explained the dishes and answered all the questions as well as made couple of nice suggestions.
Needless to say - being a BYOB place helps immensely to keep the cost down.
We will definitely return!
4 based on 158 reviews
Expected, A sports bar can and will be NOISY, but that comes with the territory, Bar dirks are adequate and plentiful. Single complaint, Which has been noted many times before to management...CHINCY PAPER STAWS, THAT BASICALLY ARE NOT USABLE...WHY WOULD MANAGEMENT SPOIL THE MENU BY CHEATING ON PAPER STRAWS...GOT ME.............MAYBE SOMEONE WILL WAKE UP. ?????
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