Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Ephrata. Ephrata (English: /ˈɛfrətə/ EF-rə-tə, Pennsylvania German: Effridaa) is a borough in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States, 38 miles (61 km) south east of Harrisburg and about 57 miles (92 km) west by north of Philadelphia. It is named after Ephrath, a biblical town in what is now Israel. Ephrata's sister city is Eberbach, Germany, the city where its founders originated. In its early history, Ephrata was a pleasure resort and an agricultural community.
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4 based on 37 reviews
My husband and I visited this establishment last evening for dinner and some brews. We really enjoyed ourselves! There was a nice assortment of beer selections, and all were distinctive and good. The food is your basic pub food - above average and will satisfy your hunger, though probably not the drawing force for visiting, but combined with the beer you'll have a good experience. The place is small, but there's a nice outside patio to sit out on - the warmer weather made the patio the place to be when we were there! There appeared to only be two people running the show, but both were very capable, friendly and efficient. We have no complaints! We'll definitely be back.
4 based on 87 reviews
When you want tasty food in a friendly environment, come to Hill Top Inn. We've been in business for more than 60-years, serving you delicious dinners and thirst-quenching drinks. At Hill Top Inn, we serve a wide-variety of dishes including steaks, fresh
If this site offered an option of half stars instead of solely whole stars, this would have been a 3.5 star rating. Inside of The Hill, the restaurant is well-maintained, albeit relatively spartan in dÃ©cor (***). Our server was friendly and efficient, and quite good at her job (*****).The food itself was entirely edible but truly nothing special, with decent portion sizes. I ordered a club sandwich, which was made with the usual lower-quality pressed turkey instead of higher-grade lunch meat or, better still, with real turkey. It came with a sizable portion of almost-warm French fries. Belly filling, yes, well-made with quality ingredients, no (** to ***).
3 based on 37 reviews
Hit "The Deck" on Saturday night with friends and family. Wings, cheesesteaks, nachos were all excellent. Bar food at its finest. We found the service to be extremely friendly and attentive. We eat out with a lot of large groups and our waitress has been one of the few to split the tab 3 ways, between 2 tables without a single error. Will be closing down for the Winter soon but I would highly recommend it for next Spring/Summer.
The place has beautiful old stonework and the bar and dining room are really cozy. Unfortunately, the food pales in comparison.They have a very limited menu. I really wanted a burger but they nickle and dime you for everything you want on it. The burger comes plain, and when I say plain I mean just the burger and a bun. If you want lettuce, tomato, onion (which most places include with the burger) you'll pay 50 cents extra for each. So with that in mind, I decided I would try the cheesesteak. The portion was ok, but it was so bland. There were no mushrooms, onions or peppers included - it was just a tasteless cheesesteak with sauce. I had to look twice to make sure there was actually any cheese. (There was, but just barely) Fries came with the cheesesteak and they were good as was the huge amount of coleslaw that was also included. My husband had a chicken sandwich and it was dry and tasteless.Don't think we'll be back again, there are too many other nice places to dine in the area.
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