Lahaska is an unincorporated community in central Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. It lies just east of Buckingham and west of New Hope on Route 202 and Route 263. While most of it is in Buckingham Township, it also extends into Solebury Township.
Things to do in Lahaska
4 based on 289 reviews
Caleb's American Kitchen is a BYO New American restaurant helmed by Chef Caleb Lentchner, former executive chef and general manager of New Hope's Marsha Brown.Caleb's American Kitchen menus are inspired by all things American including steaks, burgers, lobster, shellfish, Creole, California and of course, local and regional farmers from PA and NJ. Offering the finest in New American Cooking, patrons visit us several times a week enjoying poached eggs and fresh salsa over a bed of sautéed spinach, a grilled salmon club with bacon on a buttery brioche bun or the luscious seared scallops with shrimp and lobster risotto. Whatever your taste buds are craving, we have something at every meal to satisfy your palate. Adjacent to Peddler’s Village in Bucks County, PA, this bistro styled eatery is located where Routes 202 and 263 meet.
We were there for dinner on a Friday night and this place was hopping! The classy modern decor added to the atmosphere that was comfortably electric. The wait staff was friendly and knowledgeable without being obtrusive. The dishes were delivered to our table hot and in a timely manner. We never felt rushed. The menu was varied with a culinary twist...visually appealing and delicious!
4.5 based on 65 reviews
The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm Dining offers a variety of delicious traditional brunch and dinner menu items. Not only does the restaurant serve a popular breakfast and brunch menu, the diner menu will definitley not disappoint. Enjoy a full course menu featuring Border Springs Lamb, Rohan Duck Breast, and much more.
Can't say enough GOOD things about what was an excellent DINING EXPERIENCE! First, the venue Iitself is frankly charming - understatedly elegant in a "shabby chic" sorta way and situated on a grand, manicured property. One of the owners, Mark Frank, warmly and charmingly received our group and promptly, and discretely, shepherded our wines (this is happily a BYO establishment) to our table where we we introduced to our primary, quite delightful and proficient server, Rochelle. Our chosen first courses were ALL innovative, and simply delightful - a unique red pepper gazpacho, a special warmed salad, a green spatzle dish with lean pork belly, an octopus creation that was incredibly flavorful sans a hint of "chewiness"! But the main courses even far eclipsed the apps - the Creekstone filet mignons were perfectly done and melted in the eating prococes, the diver scallops were marvelous and the duck breast - well, outstanding! A medley of shared desserts (each one delicious!) topped off a near-perfect dinner!
4 based on 27 reviews
It's okay, but not that good. I wish I could say it is better than a Starbucks, but I'm actually not sure since it's been so long since I've been to one. They made my cappuccino in the weirdest way, pour a shot of espresso into a cup, then adding some cold milk, then pouring some of the mixture down the drain, then steaming milk and adding that to the prior mix, part of which went down the drain. Very very strange.
5 based on 612 reviews
We are an intimate BYOB in the heart of New Hope, Pa. We offer locally sourced and creative New American cuisine!
Very cozy store front on a side street in New Hope- where you can get a great meal and stroll through town and soak up the atmosphere.
Although menu is diverse and fresh, it is a bit on the very small side and you will be almost elbow to elbow with your dining companions! So if scaled down isn't your cuppa tea this place might not be for you. But definitely worth a try!
4 based on 15 reviews
There was a flavor here for everyone in our party of 7. Lots of different flavors to choose from, including seasonal flavors like cherry. One of my daughters had the soft serve swirl. I had the regular ice cream. Both were delicious.
3.5 based on 55 reviews
This place has the best cup cakes and other goodies around. I'm originally from Philly and this place makes a wonderful Philly like butter cake. Out of this world, also lots of cup cakes in any flavor and different sizes. Staff is happy to wait on you and very helpful, they pack the cup cakes in special boxes so they don't move around. I can't do the gluten but my husband swears by these cup cakes and the gluten free are great. Worth the price.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
This location is closed for the season. Please visit our second location (just around the corner) 87 South Main Street, New Hope. Thank you for a wonderful year!
Went here last weekend while in the area for business. It's a small, quaint place. The first thing that'll hit you is the smell... it's heavenly good. The waffle smell fills the shoppe with a powerful, unescapable aroma that almost adds calories and inches to your waist by inhaling it.
The ice cream was decent... nothing special. It's the hot waffle "bed" that makes this an irresistible combo. The staff was young and got our order right. They have coffee, too. Give it a shot.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
OWowCow is a delicious addition to Lambertville's ice cream scene. The ice cream is really flawless. The flavors rotate, with lots of seasonal additions to the menu. Like everything, it's a matter of taste, but the Cashew Caramel is a stand-out. I enjoy the Sweet Buttered corn in the summer as well as SunButter & Jelly and Green Tea, but Dirk won't touch those. Interestingly, they recently announced that they are suspending production of their single-source vanilla ice creams (Madagascar, Indonesian and Tahitian) due to a vanilla shortage and moving to a single blended product. They also have sorbet for those who don't do dairy. The portions are actually quite generous (2 scoops = kiddie size) and there is an unadvertised "dollar scoop" option for loyal local patrons. The ice cream is a little melty, so grab extra napkins.
I'm not going to mislead you -- the lines are long, particularly on the weekend evenings. Part of the problem is that people abuse the generous tasting policy and don't move to the left (toward the cash register) while their ice cream is being prepared. Another issue is that the store does not have a board that displays all of the flavors that are currently being served, so you can't think about what you might want while you stand in line. Even with good vision, you'd have to be able to see through the patrons standing in front of the case. So my suggestion is to put up a display board with the current flavors.
You can get pints, quarts, ice cream sandwiches and cakes to go. CASH ONLY, no credit cards.
4.5 based on 257 reviews
My wife and I dined at this cozy French BYOB last night. On street parking in Lambertville requires quarters so we parked a block away in Lambertville Station (which probably is not allowed). This is a prize fixe restaurant with three courses for $45 plus tax. No credit cards accepted. My wife had an arugula salad and shaved reggiano cheese and toasted hazelnuts, chicken with garlic, lemon and sage and topped it off with a chocolate pot de crepe with whipped cream. She enjoyed it all. I chose the lemon and crab risotto, Scottish salmon with herd sauce, Brussels sprout leaves and savory wild mushrooms and finally sautéed berries over vanilla ice cream. The salmon was cooked perfectly with a great sauce and I have never had a better mushroom! Portions were not petite as is often the case with French restaurants. Our waitress was efficient, friendly and attentive. It will be a stop for future trips to this area.
4 based on 41 reviews
Tucked away in a quiet strip mall in Holicong. I stopped here around 8:40pm and they seemed to be already trying to close up shop. Guys we're mopping the floors, around customers. It seemed a bit sleepy.
I ordered a Philly cheesesteak. It wasn't so great. They do use a great roll, but the meat was dry and chopped too small. It was pretty tasteless.
Counter help was nice, but tried too hard to be funny, in a grumpy old waitress charcuterie. A little annoying, but at least she working on being humorous.
The place is very clean, which I like. Maybe next time I'll order a pizza and see if it's a better choice!
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