Reviews on Bar food in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, United States. Fairless Hills is a census-designated place (CDP) in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. The CDP is located within Falls Township. The population was 8,466 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 494 reviews
The Yardley Inn Restaurant, Bar & Farm, named "Best Restaurant in Bucks" for 2012 and 2013, is known for its contemporary American cuisine prepared and served by a staff with a passion for superior service. The diverse menu is sure to satisfy any appetite
Wow - we sat at the bar and had a very nice meal with drinks recently. Great food as usual and our drinks were perfectly prepared. What damaged the night for us (and clearly others) was the large family there for Easter. Every adult was clearly intoxicated and beyond loud and obnoxious. No one said or did a thing about it. We were surprised and disappointed. Trust me - it was BADHello Thomas - I am sorry to hear of your recent experience here. I am a little confused about the 'Easter' reference. Please contact me at the Inn to discuss this further, as I was not aware of any situations like this that day. Thanks - Michele
Puss N Boots is a great spot to meet up with friends and family for a bite to eat and a few drinks. They have decent food and beer selection. Half of the bar is smoking, the other half is non-smoking. Also, when the weather warms up, Puss N Boots has a great outdoor patio.
4 based on 15 reviews
We had driven by for many years ( even though we live in the area ) and we finally decided to give it a try and what a pleasant surprise ! The food was excellent the prices were very fair and the service was top notch. The owner came out of the kitchen after making a cheese soup and insisted we try it, we said thank you but no however he wouldn't take no for an answer and said " I worked on this all morning you must try it " and brought out very small bowls for sampling it and it was quite good and we will order it when it is available again ( we never had a dish pushed upon us at a restaurant but we are glad he did ) This proves it is a small family owned pub / restaurant and they truly care about what they serve and their customers are happy, in todays world that is quite rare.
4 based on 304 reviews
Vault is a Brewery and Restaurant located in an 1800s bank complete with a vault. They offer an ever-rotating list of beers brewed in house and a seasonal menu featuring creations out of a copper-clad wood fired oven
My husband and I recently returned to this restaurant after about a year or so. We were impressed then but no longer. The menu is less interesting, more pizza than sandwiches. The house salad that came with my waffle grilled cheese sandwich was very wilted and the dressing had been sitting out. The waffle grilled cheese sandwich was very disappointing, fairly tasteless, soggy waffles. No reason to ret,frankly.
3 based on 56 reviews
I dined here twice, while staying at a nearby hotel for a few days. This BWW is up to company standards... The beer was ice cold, and the wings were cooked to perfection... and tasty!The staff at the bar was fast, friendly, and professional.I will definitely dine here the next time that I am in the area.
3 based on 48 reviews
In Manhattan in 1965, there was no place where people could go out to meet friends and make new ones in an environment that was at once both relaxed and yet exciting. Then, Alan Stillman opened Fridays as a way, he said, "to meet Pan Am stewardesses." Sud
I went to this TGIFridays with my husband and a friend. We were in a great mood and were joking around a lot. I ordered a pinot grigio and some apps. After my pinot grigio, I ordered a glass of champagne. We were munching on our apps for a while, and had been there about an hour and a half when the main courses came out. I said "I think I'll have one more glass of wine with my main entree." The waitress looked askance and then said "I don't think I can serve you another drink." I said "Excuse me? why not?" She mumbled something about only being allowed to serve "two drinks per hour." I said I had never heard of such a thing. I said "and I'm not even driving!" She looked around the table and said "well who IS driving?" I said "my husband!" He, by the way, had been nursing one beer the entire time we were there, which was a total of over two hours, and he didn't even finish it. She said she would go and check whether or not I was allowed to have another wine. Awhile later she returned with a third champagne (which I didn't want: I was going to switch to a red wine, but since she was arguing with me about the two drinks an hour" rule and nosing into who would be driving, that she didn't even listen to what kind of drink I actually wanted.) Now mind you, we had been there well over an hour anyway by the time I asked for an additional wine. I am now wondering if she thought we were intoxicated (we absolutely were not) because we were joking around and having a good time. May I also mention that I am 47 years old and my husband and friend are also in their 40s. It's not as if we were a bunch of college kids. We had zero drinks before entering the restaurant and had just come from a movie. I have NEVER heard of any "two drinks per hour" rule at any restaurant in my life before. I have never had a problem of any kind ordering wine at a restaurant and I have been eating out at least five times a week for the last 20 years. I would like to know if this is an actual rule or if the waitress was just being exceptionally judgmental. She ruined our afternoon and our good mood. I won't be returning.
3 based on 64 reviews
Okay. It's a chain restaurant. I understand that. But let's be real. In the suburbs outside of Trenton, NJ there is not a lot of fine dining options for the business traveler. It's Chili's and it's a chain. This location was clean. The waitstaff was friendly. While the food was unoriginal and chosen by corporate suits, it was pretty well prepared and served quickly and with a smile. Sometimes your best option is a chain restaurant. If you're in Langhorne, PA, this Chili's won't let you down.
4 based on 31 reviews
Even though it's in a strip mall it has a neighborhood joint feel. There are TV's everywhere to watch your favorite sporting event. Itâs a fairly large place with plenty of seating. Background music is really good; McCartney, Springsteen, etc. The service was fantastic and friendly. Our freshly carved roast beef sandwiches were loaded with meat and dipped in au jus. Delicious! The Kaiser roll was fresh and firm and it held together even with the au jus. The onion rings were perfectly crisp and not over battered. French fries were piping hot and the portion size was huge. Their prices are very reasonable for the amount of food you get. Be advised, itâs cash only but there is an ATM on site.
4 based on 29 reviews
Recently had a great lunch at Cosmos..even though there was a large party going on the service was excellent and attentive...nice sized portions...very tasty food...egg plant parm, chicken parm, sausage and peppers sand.....a great grilled chicken wrap...
4 based on 165 reviews
Red Robin is always good for a delicious burger. They have many options to choose from, along with the same options using chicken instead of beef. The menu is extensive, pricing is manageable, service is always good, but this restaurant has a big negative. It is right next to Sesame Place and can get very crowded and very loud. Otherwise it is a nice place to eat.
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