Bucks County Restaurants

Bucks County has no regional specialties to call its own, but you can discover some sophisticated restaurants as well as casual country spots. What makes dining here special are the enchanting settings. Fine meals of French, Italian, or American fare are served in restored mills, well-worn taverns, canal-side courtyards, small cafés, and elegant Victorian mansions. In summer and fall it's best to make reservations for weekend dining.

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  • 1. Caleb's American Kitchen

    $$$

    The exterior resembles a diner, but don't be mislead: this BYO restaurant—helmed by former Marsha Brown executive chef Caleb Lentchner—serves not only breakfast and a...

    The exterior resembles a diner, but don't be mislead: this BYO restaurant—helmed by former Marsha Brown executive chef Caleb Lentchner—serves not only breakfast and a variety of sandwiches and salads, but also locally-inspired New American fare at dinner in a country-village setting. Ladies who lunch come for the harvest chicken and "big" apple salad, avocado toast, fish tacos, or the signature burger.

    5738 Rte. 202, Lahaska, Pennsylvania, 18931, USA
    215-794–8588
  • 2. Francisco's on the River

    $$$ | Italian

    Cozy rooms, including an enclosed front porch, beamed ceiling, white tablecloths, and windows all around, give a refined but undeniably country...

    Cozy rooms, including an enclosed front porch, beamed ceiling, white tablecloths, and windows all around, give a refined but undeniably country feel to this river-view, BYOB restaurant. Chef Francisco Argueta breathes new life into old favorites like lobster ravioli; a thin-sliced, layered eggplant parmigiano; linguine al frutti di mare fradiavolo; and lasagna with a hint of smoked bacon. Nightly specials lean heavily to seafood, while pasta portions are large. If you don't have access to a fridge for your leftovers, consider sharing.

    1251 River Rd., Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania, 18977, USA
    215-321–8789

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. No lunch
  • 3. Honey

    $$$$

    If you come to this sweet D-town spot expecting familiar flavors, you'll be delightfully disappointed. Hip Honey is refreshingly different. The eating experience is all...

    If you come to this sweet D-town spot expecting familiar flavors, you'll be delightfully disappointed. Hip Honey is refreshingly different. The eating experience is all about sampling by way of a seasonally changing menu of small plates meant to be shared. "Black Velvet" oysters quiver beneath Guinness reduction and smoked steelhead roe. Kale salad benefits from puffed rice, five-spiced cashews, and shaved Asian pear. The appetizer-size portions might range from a $5 exotic olive plate to $32 foie-gras sliders. Order at least two plates per person and then see if you want more. Drinks include all-Pennsylvania beers, all-American wines, and all-unexpected specialty cocktails. Even the desserts can be hot and spicy.

    42 Shewell Ave., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, USA
    215-489–4200

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: No lunch, Credit cards accepted
  • 4. It's Nutts

    $ | American

    If this place had been here in 1776, you can bet that George Washington and company would have stopped in for some lemon-chiffon pancakes, ice...

    If this place had been here in 1776, you can bet that George Washington and company would have stopped in for some lemon-chiffon pancakes, ice-cream treats, or tomato pie (a yummy thin-crust pizza native to the Trenton area) before heading off to stomp the Hessians. Don't let the drive-in facade fool you. There's more here than a good old-fashioned soda fountain, though that certainly draws a steady stream of return visitors. The "little dive," as it calls itself, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It's just a little north of the Washington Crossing bridge on the New Jersey side.

    1382 River Rd., , New Jersey, 08560, USA
    609-737–0505

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: ATM on premises. Accepts personal checks
  • 5. Jules Thin Crust Pizza

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    Jules pizza combines the bounty from local farms and dairies with a killer thin crust. The menu comprises 28 interesting pizza varieties made with local...

    Jules pizza combines the bounty from local farms and dairies with a killer thin crust. The menu comprises 28 interesting pizza varieties made with local organic ingredients plus a few seasonal additions. Meat #8 (buffalo chicken, spicy buffalo sauce, gorgonzola, chopped celery, arugula, and mozzarella) and veggie #1 (feta, kalamata olives, chopped tomato, red onion, romaine, and tomato sauce) reflect international inspiration, while veggie #4 (Brie, sliced pears, toasted almonds, and rosemary) must have sprung from the mind of founder John Ordway. The oblong pizzas are sold by the pie or the 3-inch-wide slice. Gluten-free crust is available.

    78 S. Main St., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, USA
    215-345–8565

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted
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  • 6. Karla's

    $$ | Eclectic

    This longtime casual hangout in the heart of New Hope offers hearty American food (meat loaf, burgers, and sandwiches) with an emphasis on exciting...

    This longtime casual hangout in the heart of New Hope offers hearty American food (meat loaf, burgers, and sandwiches) with an emphasis on exciting international ingredients. Green gazpacho, panko-crusted mac-and-cheese, and a pulled-chicken-chipotle quesadilla are a few examples of dishes. The decor is an assemblage of mismatched tables under a corrugated-plastic ceiling, with plants in retro macramé hangers. Part indoors and part out, half restaurant and half bar, some shabby and some chic, Karla's feels like an old comfortable pair of jeans.

    5 W. Mechanic St., New Hope, Pennsylvania, 18938, USA
    215-862–2612
  • 7. Lilly's Café America

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    The colorful metal cactus standing guard over the sidewalk seating is a tip-off that the name of this place refers to Latin America. Run by...

    The colorful metal cactus standing guard over the sidewalk seating is a tip-off that the name of this place refers to Latin America. Run by the same folks who own the adjoining Lilly's Gourmet, Café America has the same casual feel, but this place also has a full bar. Sip some sangria or a pomegranate mojito while you choose from among the platos grandes (which translates as "big dishes"). Chimichurri steak, baby greens topped with blackened salmon and a lime cilantro vinaigrette, a Cuban pressed sandwich, chicken tamale, and tostones are some of the options.

    1 W. Court St., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, USA
    215-348–7838

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. No dinner Mon. and Tues., Credit cards accepted
  • 8. Lilly's Gourmet

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    From the whisk-shaped door handles to the colander lamps to the sandwiches named after cartoon characters, Lilly's is full of fun. This busy downtown counter-service...

    From the whisk-shaped door handles to the colander lamps to the sandwiches named after cartoon characters, Lilly's is full of fun. This busy downtown counter-service lunch spot also serves inventive salads and soups, which you can eat in the small, lively dining room or take with you. Try the Mr. Magoo wrap (marinated veggies, black bean salad, fresh mozzarella, spinach, and chipotle spread) or the Aquaman sandwich (blackened salmon, cucumber ribbons, sliced tomato, goat cheese, and balsamic vinegarette on multigrain bread). Make sure you read the blackboards, which list the specials. Beer and wine are available, and in the morning you can get a light breakfast of muffins, bagels, and fresh fruit.

    1 W. Court St., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, USA
    215-230–7883

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. No dinner, Credit cards accepted
  • 9. Sprig & Vine

    $$ | Vegetarian

    This vegan restaurant is chic, BYO, and attracts plenty of non-vegetarians. Located in Union Square, an old-converted-warehouse-meets-new...

    This vegan restaurant is chic, BYO, and attracts plenty of non-vegetarians. Located in Union Square, an old-converted-warehouse-meets-new-construction complex that backs on the vintage railroad, Sprig & Vine is like the first green of spring, a fresh and welcome addition to the sometimes tired New Hope dining scene. The menu is small—only a handful of large-plate dinner options—but offers interesting dishes with unusual flavors, made with ingredients from local farms. You may not have come in craving tamarind-glazed tempeh with a rum-grilled peach, but you'll leave wishing you could have it again.

    450 Union Square Dr., New Hope, Pennsylvania, 18938, USA
    215-693–1427

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. No dinner Sun. No lunch Tues.
  • 10. La Bonne Auberge

    French
    Closed Permanently

    One of Bucks County's most elite and expensive restaurants, La Bonne Auberge, serves classic French cuisine in a pre-Revolutionary farmhouse...

    One of Bucks County's most elite and expensive restaurants, La Bonne Auberge, serves classic French cuisine in a pre-Revolutionary farmhouse. The Terrace Room has a modern French country ambience. Some specialties are sautéed Dover sole with capers and rack of lamb. The three-course table d'hôte menu, available Thursday evenings in addition to the regular menu, is a bargain. The restaurant is in a residential development called Village 2.

    1 Rittenhouse Cir., New Hope, Pennsylvania, 18938, USA
    215-862–2462

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon.–Wed. No lunch

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