Reviews on Bar food in Milford, Pennsylvania, United States. Milford is a borough in Pike County, Pennsylvania, United States, and the county seat. Its population was 1,021 at the 2010 census. Located on the upper Delaware River, Milford is part of the New York metropolitan area.
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4 based on 343 reviews
Situated on the Sawkill Creek, in Milford, PA the Waterwheel CafÃ©, Bakery & Bar was started in April of 1989 in a restored 19th century water-powered mill, which is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally built in the early 1800
This place has everything - from the ambiance, great people, delicious food and drinks to wonderful service. You can't be in Milford without a visit. it's the first place we ate when we were looking to relocate. We loved it then, and have continued to love it ever since. Nanci and Darren are PROs and want nothing more than to provide a dining or entertainment experience that you'll remember! The menu has something for everyone, from vegetarian options, to fine Vietnamese items, to gorgeous, delectable entree's. Visit for breakfast, lunch or dinner. And, the bar provides amazing entertainment every weekend. The Waterwheel is a Milford MUST!
4 based on 354 reviews
We had an excellent late lunch; better seafood quesadillas then I've had by the ocean. Terry, our waitress was very patient and thoroughly answered all the questions from our sensitive (food wise) daughter. We were well satisfied and particularly pleased with the way everyone went out of their way to assist us with a bit of a problem. Excellent food; outstanding staff; and, a menu with interesting selections. What more could one ask for. Well worth the short detour off I-84.
4 based on 293 reviews
Located on the ground level of the hotel, Bar Louis is an elegant, stylish and contemporary environment for casual dining, serving an eclectic menu of food and cocktails from lunch to dinner. Our innovative menu features signature dishes like Sushi Pizza
This place is over rated. We were a group of five and only one of us was satisfied with his meal. We ordered the mussels (okay) and the cheese plate for apps. I am used to the cheese being sliced or at least being provided a sharp knife to cut it. The burgers were greasy and the special that I got, a lamb chop, was way way way overcooked and so so tough to eat. I couldn't use a knife to slice it and finally gave it to my son-in-law who knawed on it. The two specialty drinks we got, one was vodka based and the other a marguerita, were boring, and I'm not even sure that the sauvignon blanc that we ordered was actually that! The only thing good that evening was the guest IPA beer from a brewery in Vermont! A couple of waiters were flitting around, everyone seemed to be busy to be delivering food, but no one seemed interested in asking us how everything was.It's never great to spend your time in a restaurant that doesn't meet your expectations and I'm sorry your experience was not what you'd hoped. We regularly change our menu based on the seasons and source most menu items locally. I hope you'll have a chance to come back and try us again sometime.
3 based on 229 reviews
My wife and I had ordered a pizza and a garden salad. Another interesting place in a small community. The place is pretty good size. They have seating outside as well.Service was good and I don't see a problem for handicap people. Yes, try this place.
Newly opened in the heart of the Victorian village of Milford, this excellent gastropub bar is upscale yet friendly, classy but lots of fun. Some places just have a good vibe, and Jive definitely is one of them. It can get extremely noisy in here from all the folks having a good time. Staff is outstanding, as is the food, which is inventive, almost more tapas-like, presented artistically, with obvious high-quality ingredients. Often live music at the back end of this long, high, skinny New-York-City-feel space, where the musicians have begun signing their names on the wall. There are not a lot of tables - try to get there early and grab the biggest one by the window, or just hang out at the bar. Glasses of wine are big and inexpensive compared to some other bars in town. If you're looking for a spot to have a quiet chat, Jive is not it. This is a party place.
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