Breinigsville is a census-designated place located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The town is part of Upper Macungie Township, approximately 11 miles (18 km) southwest of Center City Allentown and 7 miles (11 km) east of Kutztown, Pennsylvania.
Things to do in Breinigsville
4.5 based on 105 reviews
The Chocolate Shoppe has festively decorated rooms overflowing with handmade chocolates, hard candies and gift collectibles. The Creamery Shoppe offers over 40 homemade ice cream flavors and the Bakery Shoppe is filled with freshly made pies, dessert delicacies, and cakes.
Stopped here for ice cream with a group tour. Walked through the candy shop(S!!!) and then to the ice cream. Had never seen so many flavors. . . as in "Salted Caramel with Milk Chocolate Pieces." Oh my -- absolutely delicious! There's a very cute shaded patio with tables where you can enjoy your ice cream outside. Didn't have time to see all the chocolates . . . but let me tell you . . . they filled several rooms. Great stop!!!!!
4.5 based on 63 reviews
What a great little resturant hidden in a strip mall. Delicious food and friendly service. I tried the tabboulieh and was it great! A parsley and tomato salad dressed with a delightfully zesty dressing. I will be back for more.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
This little tavern is becoming the in place to eat in this rural area.
Met at the White Palm for a business lunch and I was immediately surprised by the atmosphere. It is very laid back but upscale. I look forward to my next trip through Topton, there are several menu choices I need to try.
4 based on 113 reviews
This is my go-to place for breakfast, because the omelette ingredients are fresh and the toast is actually toasted and good ( not soggy like some places). But recently I’ve tried it for lunch and dinner, and both times was surprised how good it was. The Greek salad with chicken is wonderful...the chicken is marinated and oh so tender. I had crab cakes, which were better, nicely than many “fine” restaurants. My husband was very happy with his fish tacos.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
At Savory Grille, we believe that fine dining is an experience to be savored often - whether you're celebrating a special day or the everyday! "The first of all considerations is that our meals shall be fun, interwoven with love and congenial talk, leaving us with a charitable feeling toward the world." This quote from Andre Simon nicely sums up our philosophy here at Savory Grille. Whether you're unwinding after a long day of skiing or celebrating an anniversary, we are the perfect spot for a comfortable dining experience with friends and family. Enjoy a truly unforgettable meal from a menu that always reflects what is freshest and most flavorful! All of our breads, stocks, and desserts are made in-house daily so you can be sure that your dish is both fresh and delicious. After almost 20 years of impeccable food and warm service by our friendly staff, we've earned a reputation as one of the region's premier dining establishments. Join us soon at the historic Seisholtzville Hotel to savor great food and good times with your friends or family!
I've never been disappointed here, and I take advantage of enjoying an evening here whenever I am in the area. The quality of the service, food and presentation are always high. I truly believe the staff love what they do. Tonight we started with the octopus and focus gras. The main courses were the bread veal and the pork medallions. The veal was tender and the breading incredibly light so as not to overpower the veal. Unfortunately we didn't have space for dessert. We look forward to our next experience.
4 based on 135 reviews
Welcome to the Alburtis Tavern and LodgeFor over a century, the borough of Alburtis has been known as the hidden gem of Lehigh County. The 2,300 residents, who call the one-square mile home, embrace the future while cherishing the history marked by 100 years of progress; progress which stemmed from the influx of business and factories into the sleepy town.In 1913, as with so many communities across the United States, the expansion of Alburtis was sparked by the arrival of the railroads. And, at the core of the Borough, situated adjacent to the railroad, was the American House.The American House was built in 1860, destroyed by fire in 1895 and rebuilt out of brick in 1895. For many years it was a popular stop for train conductors and employees. Of the four hotels that were in Alburtis at one time, it is the only one that still remains. Now renamed The Alburtis Tavern and Lodge it is located at the corner of Front and Main Streets. This landmark of the community has been revitalized to its glory days by proprietors, Hope and Terry Bender. The Alburtis Tavern boasts 12 updated, state-of-the-art rooms for travelers as well as a restaurant for the community. Come see what everybody is talking about
This was my second time here and I must say the first time didn’t leave an impression on me like this time did (keep reading it’s a good thing) first let me start with the negative, I was with a group of people who where...MoreWe work very hard everyday to make your visit a great experience No excuse why you felt that way but for sure we will look into it Again thank you
4.5 based on 112 reviews
While travelling through Pennsylvania we stopped here because of Trip Advisor reviews for breakfast. When we arrived we sat at the picnic table out front because we were travelling with our dog. The menu had numerous dishes exclusive to the restaurant. And had many specialty combinations. We ordered the Blacksmith, the Adam& Eve, the Nemo, and some water for the dog. The food was prepared quickly and they brought a clean bucket of water for the dog. The Blacksmith consisted of 3eggs made to order, a large homemade hamburger patty, shredded creamed beef with thick sliced toast and a mountain of hash browns. There was so much, our teenage boy couldn't finish. The options chosen for the Adam & Eve were 2 eggs over easy, ( what turned out to be a large piece) ham, sweet potato wedges with cinnamon and sugar, thick and hearty whole wheat bread and baby apple fritters. The Nemo was homemade crabcake Eggs Benedict and another mountain of home fries. The meal was tasty and very different from the standard diner breakfast.
Throughout the meal the servers were attentive, pleasant and ensured that we were enjoying the meal.
Eventhough this is 10 minutes off the highway, it is worth the stop.
4 based on 92 reviews
Legendary Food, Legendary Service
I'm giving the full five stars because the overall experience the last time we visited was very good, but Texas Roadhouse, with the exception of Applebee's, has to be the most aggressive at up-selling during meal service.
I see now that they advertise their "loaded" options on the table cards, but they still sneak one in...
When you order a salad, the waitress says, "Is tomato, cheese, croutons, and bacon okay?" She lists them as if, "Is there anything that you don't want?" (My daughter holds the tomato.)
It turns out that the bacon is an up-charge. It is only 50 cents, and I'm sure most people don't complain, but this practice is very underhanded.
Kudos to Texas Roadhouse for developing a clever and unethical way to pad a dinner bill.
5 based on 13 reviews
Two locations, Trexlertown and Kuhnsville (off Tilghman near Blue Barn Rd).
Solid cup of joe with many variations - I like their pumpkin spice latte better than Starbucks! AMAZING pastries from Emmaus Bakery but get there before mid-morning or they are already sold.
If I'm out and about in these two areas and clamor for some coffee, I always stop here over Starbucks. Super friendly baristas ready to serve with a smile and small talk.
4 based on 152 reviews
A hopping place in Fogelsville! We stopped in for dinner on Wednesday night about 5PM and there was quite a large crowd in the bar area. The dining rooms are very nice and clean. The waitstaff attentive. The food was presented nicely, large portions, and cooked to perfection. Wish we lived closer!
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