Trevose is a census-designated place within Bensalem and Lower Southampton Townships in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States, which is north of and borders northeastern Philadelphia. Trevose was formerly part of Feasterville-Trevose, but was split into two separate CDPs for the 2010 census. U.S. 1 runs through the town as well as the Pennsylvania Turnpike, but Trevose's main road is Brownsville Road. As of the 2010 census, Trevose had a population of 3,550. In Lower Southampton Township, Trevose can be synonymous with Feasterville-Trevose, Trevose Heights and in some places Feasterville.
Things to do in Trevose
4.5 based on 265 reviews
I am a total meat eater, so when my girlfriend suggested Blue Sage, I rolled my eyes...It was soooo good! I enjoyed the Farmhouse Cubano and the Tostones appetizer...Both were so full of flavor, I left feeling very full and satisfied! I would go here again...
4 based on 270 reviews
It's wonderful having a restaurant nearby you can count on for consistently good meals. We do tend to get stuck in a rut with our order preferences. Luckily Toscano 52 offers a special page (changing weekly) on the back of their menu featuring the foods & wines of different towns & regions which often makes us try something new. A recent special enjoyed was a thick Lentil Soup topped with a Cheesy Toast Slice. From their regular menu we tried Eggplant Caponata Bruschette along with our entrees of Cedar-Plank Grilled Salmon w/ Potatoes Fontina Torta & Grilled Asparagus for him and Bronzino Aquapazza with tomatoes, olives & capers & served with Roasted Potatoes. So good.....
4.5 based on 76 reviews
This is the 3rd restaurant that we've been to that serve food from Southern-East former Soviet Republics and are all within a reasonably short distance from another ("Uzbekistan" and "Georgian Café & Bakery" being the other 2)
While there is enough similarity in some dishes - Samarkand takes it a notch up with offering a selection of steaks and seafood which is not present at other two.
There were 4 of us, friends get-together. We started off by sharing a plate of Achchik - Chuchuk Salad, a Lavash Bread and some Samsas, then moved to Soups: Laghman, Borsch and Kharcho
For main diswhes I opted for Bronzino which came with the whole fish being on a plate and 'home fried potatoes'. The reaming dishes were Boneless Beef kebab and 2 Rolled Beef kebabs; rice and garlic young potatoes for sides
That got us all pretty full so we skipped deserts although I was sort of hoping to taste the crepes - they looked quite appetizing.
The service was impeccable, the waitress (Tanya) patiently explained the dishes and answered all the questions as well as made couple of nice suggestions.
Needless to say - being a BYOB place helps immensely to keep the cost down.
We will definitely return!
5 based on 105 reviews
The sticky buns are amazing. They are made fresh daily. The pound cake and butter cakes are also good. They also have a good cheese cake, pies and cookies. You can’t go wrong buying from Fritz’s bakery and it’s even easier now that they have more locations.
4 based on 165 reviews
It seems to be a hit and miss at Carrabba's. We stopped in Roanoke and had the best stuffed pork chops but today I had lunch with a friend in Bensalem and I ordered the lasagna and it was tasteless. Apparently they have a meat sauce but I did not see a pinch of meat in it. I was very disappointed. My server asked how our food tasted so I told her I didn't like it. The manager did stop by and said I heard you didn't like your lasagna. I told him I am fussy and I thought it had no flavor. He didn't offer an alternative but sometimes an entree is good then there are days like this where you wish you ordered something else. Maybe it is the Bensalem location because this seems to be the only location that I am not satisfied. Willow Grove is probably the Carrabba's I will go to in the future.
4 based on 194 reviews
We're a local restaurant and sports bar located on East Lincoln Highway by the Oxford Valley Mall, next to Sleepy's. Come hang out, watch sports, be yourself and enjoy the company of others without breaking the bank. We are known for our wide variety of freshly prepared dishes, and daily lunch, dinner and cocktail specials. From Filet Mignon and original pasta dishes to fresh salads and our signature fresh, boneless chicken Zingers tossed in your favorite sauces, our extensive menu offers something for everyone. With over 75 beer varieties, including sought-after foreign imports and craft brews, signature cocktail pitchers and loads of specialty drinks, we have you covered any day of the week.
Yeah it's the holidays and there really aren't that many good places to eat around here so we went. Food is just so so and service is hit or miss. Today our meal went to a pair of men sitting at the bar across from us - they started eating it and realized it was not their meal! They never told anyone it was not theirs. Who does that! It was ours and I told the bartender Immmm I don't want it even though one of the dishes was not touched. Seriously, the person ordered fish and started eating chicken. Manager tried to make it right but when you are in a mood from waiting and dealing with ignorant people not a good mix. Servers and bartenders need to pay more attention instead of talking on their phones!
4 based on 67 reviews
The Suburban Diner is an eatery we've found we can always count on for consistently well-prepared food - regardless of the hour of our visit. The waitstaff are friendly & knowledgeable about the extensive menu & the dinner specials which are offered each evening. On our most recent visit, my husband opted for the grilled chicken breast, which he enjoyed. I tried, for the first time, Pork Souvlakia which was plentiful and delicious - served with Tatzikia & warmed pita bread....yummmm! With no room left for dessert, our server packed up two containers of rice pudding to enjoy at home.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
My wife and I eat here about once per month, and have never had a bad meal. The bread is incredible and the food is plentiful and always freshly prepared. This is a family restaurant, great for groups and children.
Favorites include the shrimp fra Diablo and the caprese salad.
The only downside, and it's a small one, is that there doesn't seem to be a qualified bartender. If you stick to beer, wine or soft drinks you'll be fine.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Parx Casino's(R) upscale signature restaurant, featuring a unique menu of classic steakhouse cuisine alongside chef-inspired seasonal specialties. With seating for over 100 guests, a private dining room for larger groups and an intimate cocktail bar, Parxgrill is an unforgettable dining experience.
We had dinner here recently with friends. It was amazing! I had the Scallops and they were incredible! Done perfectly, no sand, and accompanied by wonderfully roasted brussel sprouts, with yellow squash slices. Very Very good! The staff was friendly and out going, wanting to make you feel at home. This is a rather pricy restaurant, but the food and service are worth it. Only 1 regret, that it is in a smoke filled Casino! The Parx Casino does not do a very good job at ventilation for the Smoke, and you can still smell it while you are trying to experience this fabulously cooked meal! I think the experience would be so much better if they could be in a separate building from the Casino. Inspite of the smoke I highly recommend PARXGRILL.
4 based on 28 reviews
Hibachi chef was excellent - food was prepared and presented slightly different than most hibachi restaurants, but it was still good. The service and drinks were also great and generous. I would go back.
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