Reviews on Bar food in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States. Doylestown is a borough and the county seat of Bucks County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It is located 27 miles (43 km) north of Philadelphia and 80 miles (130 km) southwest of New York City. As of the 2010 census, the borough population was 8,380.
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4 based on 68 reviews
Great place to have outdoor seats and people watch. Evening drinks. Even though the whole street was jumping we still managed to snag seats. Service was fast and friendly despite the place being very busy. The pizzas looked good but we were there just for drinks.Across the street is Pag's main restaurant and that looked very inviting. Shall try that soon.
4 based on 27 reviews
We are locals and have only discovered the Heart of Oak over the past couple of years. In addition to many "comfort food" offerings, we have found their menu and specials to include some fine restaurant options. Happy Hour is worth the stop. Drinks and wine selections are good. The staff is friendly and hard working as a team (especially running up and down from the kitchen!). We just returned from a vacation in the UK and found our pub hopping there to remind us of the warm atmosphere of the Heart and Oak!
3 based on 73 reviews
Come to the Station Tap House for Bucks County's best beer selection, and stay for Chef Gavin's down home, brewpub-style menu. Lunch, dinner, or post-game, the Station Tap is the place to relax, enjoy some great eats, and knock back a few with friends and
Visited the Station Tap House for a casual after-funeral event. The deceased was an Eagles and Phillies' fan, so the setting was fine in a private area in the back of the restaurant. Accessible by a ramp in front, the restaurant is an elongated shape, so we were very private. With a large bar up front and plenty of seating, it can accommodate a large crowd on a regular basis. Food choices were appropriate 'fan food' and quite tasty and plentiful. Staff was very attentive and accommodating. Would easily go back, especially for a game day event.Hi Cory, Thanks for taking the time to leave us a review. We love hearing that we were able to deliver a great experience for our valued guests. We truly appreciate your business and look forward to serving you again next time.
3 based on 108 reviews
86 West is known for its unique take on New American cuisine. Taking the freshest local ingredients and combining them in creative ways to deliver a new spin on traditional favorites and new ideas as well. Our reliable standbys such as the Baked Mac nâ Ch
I have eaten here several times though never sat down to review it. This is a good place to go regularly as you can have sushi, a burger, or a tasy evening meal, all in one place. The food has always been reliably good.Thank You. We are so glad you enjoy our food and appreciate your review. Thank you for your business, we can't wait to see you again soon.
4 based on 53 reviews
Established in 1953 as a Tavern, the Farm House Tavern has provided years of good food, drink and companionship. A place where friendships are formed and a sense of community is felt. We take you back to the days where everyone knew each other. When you a
Was visiting from out of town and it had been a year since my last visit. Great beer choices as usual, but the menu upgrades were outstanding. Buffalo chicken dip and clams casino soup were to die for. In addition the fish and chips were as great as advertised, plus others liked their meatloaf and cheesesteak sandwiches. A splendid time was had by all.
3 based on 263 reviews
Outdoor dining room and Bar!!! Mexican -American Restaurant and Bar known for our up-beat, funky and eclectic attitude and atmosphere.Offers Southern California style Mexican cuisine, along with burgers, steaks, ribs, salads, and more! Everything your cha
Poco's has been doing Mexican cooking for 35 years and it has only gotten better. There are no pretenses here to being Mexican Haute Cusine with the accompanying high prices. The food is simply quite good and ample. The service is attentive and informative. The variety of selections allows one to select from different ways to enjoy their favorite South-of-the Border flavors. Get there for happy hour and prices on drink and starters are significantly reduced. Just a great place!Dreyfus01, Thank you so much for your review! We take great pride in delivering the best experience for all of our customers and are so glad to hear you enjoyed our great food and service. We value your business and hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 110 reviews
We've been all over this town over the years. Chambers has the balance of quality, fine dining and good pricing. Jason's the chef and has 3 lunch specials daily that we really like, they are $9 and includes "Jason's seafood Pasta" and this is where the 5 stars comes in...large shrimp, crab and lobster with peeled asparagus on noodles in A BROTH from roasted lobster shells (Fumme?) that is so rich and delicious you'd think you were in a French restaurant....and the baby back rib sandwich with caramelized onions on Texas toast is great...really great. Sunday brunch is pretty good for the price and when you figure in the coffee, OJ / milk is all included it's a better value than the worst greasy spoon at 5x the quality.. Wife likes the marscapone stuffed french toast....and the guys Matt and Jason have culinary school backgrounds, thus great consistant food overseen by a real chef versus an off-site owner! Matt has his masters in culinary from Johnson and Whales versus Taco Bell...! Have fun!
4 based on 108 reviews
The title really says it all. The food is really good. The pub seems to be a real happy place for mostly couples I saw when I was there.I Very active Pub. The bar keep , she keep busy all the time. We choose to eat at the bar and watch the sporting events on all three TVs.Two of the counter height tables inside where right at the open Window looking out to the front walk area. Good people watching, The outside when weather permits, is about three times the seating capacity inside. Waitresses, non serving employees, plus bar keep were exceptional . Each one I saw was hustling to complete their work or serve their patrons. We had the taproom classic hamburger with cheese.. The best I've tasted in Doylestown. Out with friends for drinks , looking for a light meal, or even a regular dinner. There are lots of reasons to stop by. Especially on a beautiful day.
4 based on 156 reviews
We had a hard time seeing the menu, but with help from my iPhone we managed, the brunch selections are varied and interesting. Hangar and eggs was a big hit, as was the poached eggs with avocado. The King Omelette, which featured crab, was mediocre. The fries, both regular and sweet potato, were really great.
4 based on 178 reviews
It was my husband's birthday meal and it was such a lovely setting so the fact that the food was disappointing was sad. My meal was great quinoa with veggies, and the pasta with artichokes was apparently also good. However, our birthday boy's chicken pot pie was not even as good as the Marie C.'s frozen ones! The other meal was okay. Service was, for the most part, fine. We did have a couple of eager beavers who wanted to whisk our plates away before we were finished.
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