Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Lambertville, New Jersey, United States. Lambertville is a city in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 3,906, reflecting an increase of 38 (+1.0%) from the 3,868 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 59 (-1.5%) from the 3,927 counted in the 1990 Census.
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3 based on 28 reviews
The Ghost Light Inn's restaurant, Stella is inspired by local ingredients from the region's best farmers and artisans. Award-winning chef Jose Garces adds his culinary twist to American classics. The restaurant offers 80 seats with indoor and outdoor tabl
From the minute we arrived upstairs, the hostesses were lovely. We were seated right away (we did have a reservation for a Thurs Night) and chose to sit inside. We were initially seated at a high top table near the bar but noticed one of the cozy booths opened up and the hostess was gracious enough to move us when we asked. Our waitress Tanya was AMAZING!!! She was personable, efficient, knowledgable of the menu and ingredients and gave great recommendations. Started with the Sartori Caesar Salad w/ the griddled sourdough bread and the Burrata and Peas appetizer. Loved the griddled sourdough w/ the salad and the burrata was melt in your mouth good!Next was the Spaghetti pie and despite people saying it lacked flavor; we thought it was bursting with flavor. My husband who usually isn't a fan of truffle thought it wasn't overpowering in flavor and melded nice with the white cheddar. For an entree we shared the Wagyu Skirt Steak and it was a symphony of flavors. Loved the charred strawberries and feta! The caramel sauce was divine and the steak was tender and flavorful.Lastly because it was our Anniversary we had to finish with dessert and tried the Stella Sundae. Rich dark chocolate brownies with yummy pecan and brown butter ice cream topped with salted caramel bourbon popcorn. It was delicious. We are so happy we tried a new place and will definitely go back on another special occasion since we live about an hour away. It was a memorable dinner experience.Happy Anniversary, thanks so much for Stellabrating with us! We are excited to hear that you enjoyed your experience and look forward to seeing you next time you're in New Hope, PA. Stay in touch by following us on social media @StellaNewHope or joining the email list on our website at StellaNewHope.com.
4 based on 101 reviews
We had dinner at the Square 1 pub a few days ago. It's a good place to go that's favored by locals. Although there's a big, shopping center sized parking lot outside, lots of spaces were Rajendra. It's popular.We started off with drinks. My wife's martini was large. I ordered a scotch on the rocks. Lots and lots of ice, which in December might not have been the best choice. They have a basket of popcorn on every table. It gets replenished.A couple we knew were giving salads. This is something I hadn't tried, which is something they do very well. You start off with the basic salad, which might be an iceberg wedge or spinach salad. You can add chicken, salmon, shrimp, etc. for an extra charge. It might not sound like anything special.Actually, it is. The iceberg wedge might cost $7.00. Adding chicken is $9.00. It's a huge chicken breast, sliced on your plate! Suddenly the salad becomes a large entree! That's what my wife had. Excellent.I had a special, the hanger steak, which ran about $26. That was a proper entree. There was lots of steak.That was enough for dinner. We headed home.Are there negatives? It's a pub. It's not fine dining. They have a quieter sit down area on the other side of the entrance, but it's not a linen tablecloths type of place. This is a high energy pub type atmosphere, not a quiet, romantic location.Overall, it's pretty good and good value for money. We keep coming back.
3 based on 142 reviews
Franâs pub on the main drag of New Hope is mainly noted for its big open seating area that is very popular in warmer weather. Built onto the front of a smaller building it has an enclosed seating area for cooler weather or for when you just donât want to sit under the sun and a more traditional darker bar area in the back if that is more to your style. Franâs major draw, in a town filled with fine dining, is that it is a place you can just grab a burger or a sandwich or a pizza. Thereâs nothing wrong with the dining scene in New Hope but there are times you just want something simple. The prices are fair and the portions are generous. My wife and I were there for lunch midweek. I had an appetizer of bacon wrapped shrimp and expected a few small shrimp, instead I got some large good size fish well wrapped with a tangy dipping sauce. I loved it. For our âmain course I had the steak sandwich and my wife had a calzone. And here taste comes into it. The steak sandwich had hot peppers in it and they were too hot for me, as in inedible. Still I was not prepared to abandon lunch and after using a knife to pluck out some of them I was left with a very nice, and edible, sandwich. The meat was well cooked and as I said the portions were generous, just use caution in ordering.Iâm not sure Franâs is the place Iâd think of for a romantic Tet-a-Tet but when youâve been enjoying new Hope and want food that is good, fair priced and relaxed. no problem.Hi Capt Graves, Thanks so much for taking the time to leave us a good review. We really appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you again in the near future.
4 based on 52 reviews
We popped in after dinner this past Saturday night to watch some local live music. There were 5 bands that evening, all were fun to watch. Our server, Erica really made our night- she was fun, friendly and really seemed to love her job! She took great care of us!We will keep coming back!~
4 based on 595 reviews
Casual and Fine Dining in a relaxed and unpretentious atmosphere. Our seasonal menu prepared by Chef Thomas McGinn, offers environmentally conscious, local, and wholesome options. The same menu is offered in each of our unique dining areas. Visit our webs
We had a nice lunch here on Saturday on our way back home from OBX. Always reliable. A very interesting, eclectic menu. We enjoyed the Fried Oysters, Persian Cucumber salad, and the Greek Salad with Scallops. Nice wine list, great service.
4 based on 111 reviews
A friend recommend Bell's Tavern and I love to try out places I haven't been before. Bell's Tavern is located more in the neighborhood area of Lambertville. We went on a Friday night before heading to a local theatre. We expected a bar with food but were pleasantly surprised! There is a bar when you first walk in but most people sitting at the bar were regulars coming to checkout the specials for the night. The menu is good but the specials are even better. They have limited hours so check their website before you go. Great find in Lambertville!
4 based on 186 reviews
. . . An old historic inn in the Delaware: *A beautiful old wood and brass bar (See Photo) *Comfort food like a big juicy burger (Photo) *Revolutionary era food like a huge order of fish and real chips (Photo)Great atmosphere, good food and attentive service. That's the Hawk!
4 based on 68 reviews
Went here for a late lunch on a beautiful weekday afternoon. We sat in the bar area at a large table, even though we were only two. This gave us plenty of room for our dishes! I ordered the duck meatballs in molasses sauce; three delicious meatballs in an incredibly flavorful sauce. My friend ordered the deviled eggs, and Sriracha charred Brussel sprouts. She loved the eggs, and even though I hate brussel sprouts, she insisted I try them - and they were wonderful! We also split the Charcuterie platter, which included meat, cheeses, figs, and almond stuffed olives. The flavors were incredible, and there was enough that we had leftovers for later! The building itself is an old salt house (hence the name) and the decor and ambience is warm and inviting.
4 based on 474 reviews
Plenty of tables and bar seats inside as well as an outdoor patio that overlooks the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad. There are also several pool tables. Good variety of beer with flights available. Very good nut brown ale. The food menu is somewhat limited, but the prices are reasonable. This locationâs menu is different from the Princeton and Red Bank locations. Good friendly service the bar. The corn chowder was served very quickly and was delicious â should have ordered a bowl instead of a cup. Was told that many of the ingredients/meats used on their menu come from local farms. Very good pulled pork sandwich which came with Cole slaw on top of the pulled pork and also includes a small side salad. Would definitely return for the beer.
4 based on 161 reviews
Irish music seisun on a Sunday is not to be missed - and I am from Ireland - this was good craic indeed
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