Reviews on Bar food in Hockessin, Delaware, United States. Hockessin /ˈhoʊkɛsɪn/ is a census-designated place (CDP) in New Castle County, Delaware, United States. The population was 13,527 at the 2010 census. The place name may be derived from the Lenape word "hòkèsa" meaning "pieces of bark" or from a misspelling of "occasion," as pronounced by the Quakers who settled the area originally.
Things to do in Hockessin
4 based on 28 reviews
Built in 1902 and re-imagined in 2016, The Creamery is a community gathering space and pop-up beer garden for the whole family in the heart of Kennett Square. A setting that's rooted in Kennett Square history, The Creamery is committed to re-purposing and
This place is awesome & doesnât fit into a normal box. The atmosphere is... good zen; casual, fun, sophisticated, un-sophisticated, almost chic but not its cooler. Good beer, good drinks, live music, games and food trucks!!! Awesome food trucks!
4 based on 226 reviews
This restaurant is located in The Shoppes at Longwood Village. Although this pub has 6 locations, our dinner didn't taste like chain restaurant food. Our waitress, who was quite knowledgeable about craft beers, brought out a couple samples to taste, based on information provided to her. When you first walk in, it does look like a pub. Moving to the back area to dine though, we were pleased that the menu had some interesting options. The food tasted like you'd get at a higher end restaurant, not just a pub. For example, their mushroom soup, described as roasted cremini, shiitake & oyster mushrooms, cream, thyme, crumbled goat cheese, sliced scallion, & shiitake "bacon" was quite good. The pulled pork sandwich & homemade potato chips were a hit as well. Their Power Salad included tabbouleh, farro, & bulgar wheat. I understood why our hotel listed this pub as a staff favorite!
4 based on 82 reviews
KBC is serious about supporting the excellent local musicians. Live music on most nights. Go early and enjoy an awesome classic burger before the band starts. This is a definite on weekend nights. New in-house brews are on the menu weekly too.
4 based on 440 reviews
After touring Winterthur, we enjoyed dinner at Buckley's.... a bit of charm, character and a very comfortable place. Nice bar with seating in that area, as well as another dining room area... also some outdoor seating. Nice menu and lots of choices. Our group dined on mushroom soup, ceasar salad, curry chicken salad, and a crab melt. The menu offered everything from soups, appetizers and salads to sandwiches and entrees. Service was good.
3 based on 79 reviews
Recently went for live music..dinner and drinks in the pub. Food just average..drinks just average but the entire evening was pricier than a similar evening at other local spots. We were a group of 4 couples..and the next day the consensus was unanimously that the music was good, but the evening was overpriced. Interestingly...the place was empty. Maybe that was the reason.
3 based on 76 reviews
I went here for Happy Hour on a Monday evening with some of the guys. I really liked the Hockessin burger (with fried egg and bacon). Wine prices were reasonable and there was a good selection. The noise level was not high, so our group of 10 could easily talk among ourselves. Service was friendly and generally attentive.
4 based on 530 reviews
Located in the heart of historic Kennett Square, Portabello's has something for everyone. Chef Owner Brett Hulbert's menus offer tempting selections for lunch and dinner! Amazing burgers, artisan soups and sandwiches along with signature dishes which incl
So accommodating, with a great menu that leans into local strengths (did you know the Brandywine Valley is the mushroom capital of the world??) We ordered the mushroom crepe, and I also ordered the mushroom pasta (papardelle forestiere). Both were fantastic. They also have a great cocktail list, and they offered us a free dessert when they noticed that we had a Hallmark card with us. (It was our fifth anniversary!) If the caramel crunch cheesecake is on the menu, don't pass it up. We were both stuffed before dessert but didn't regret somehow finding room for this nicely balanced treat. Oh, and they were able to give us a table outside even though we didn't specifically request it in our reservation and it was a busy night. Thanks for everything, Portabello's!
4 based on 55 reviews
I'll be honest, I haven't visited Two Stones in over a year. Previous visits were awful, terrible food and service, swore I'd Never return. Yesterday I decided to give it one last chance. This place is a craft beer lover's type place, so the way I looked at it, I could at least have a nice beer or two with my hubby.I did check out the menu and it had changed, many more selections then before and several things I wanted to try.I ordered the fish tacos, and was pleasantly surprised, they were delicious!!! I did ask for no jalapenos, which unfortunately there were two small chunks in one taco. It was disappointing but since the taco was so good, I am not going to make a huge deal of it. 16ozs of water later, my weak pallet recovered. Two stones is redeemed, I will definitely return!
4 based on 47 reviews
Stood at the bar with my girlfriend for 10 minutes while the female bartender gabbed with a friend at the bar, finally turns and asks if weâre âreally togetherâ. No bueno. Okura, Luigiâs and Puebla are better and more welcoming. Do yourself a favor and Put in an order at one of the other three restaurants, then have a craft beer and a shot with Ace at Throwbacks whole you wait, and take a pass on this place.
4 based on 188 reviews
Quick summary: dinner has a variety of sandwiches. burgers, steaks, and other mains. Reasonable prices for the quality. Friendly, professional service.We were visiting friends and we went to this place, one of their favorites in the area. Most in our group ordered steaks (mostly in the low $30's, with choice of potato) that they all enjoyed. My excellent grilled scallops ($$29) came with a corn cream sauce, tiny bits of grilled asparagus (the menu seems a little misleading here - the menu sounded like more veg would be on the plate) and bacon-basil pesto - the chef is talented. Other sides can be substituted for the potato (e.g. mac & cheese) for a $2.50 upcharge. Good bread on the table. We split salads to start, which are a good size to split.Most mains are in the high-$20s, with steaks in the low $30s. Burgers are $12 - 15.Full bar. Most wines by the glass in the $10-$13 range for a good pour. Friendly, professional service.Clubby, steakhouse atmosphere.So, I'm sure we'd be regulars here if we lived closer - another reason to visit our friends.
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