All local eating establishments in upper Bucks County are smoke-free.
The Ferndale Inn – A former stage stop between Easton and Philadelphia, now a fine dining establishment in a charming stone building from the same era as our farm. Features a cozy bar where locals hang, a relic of its heyday as a tavern for weary travelers. On select weekends, the inn hosts the Eric Mintel quartet—a well known local jazz ensemble. Great food, impeccable service… and only a mile away! Rt. 611 and Church Hill Road, Ferndale. 610-847-2662.
|The Riegelsville Inn – Another historic upper Bucks County Inn located right on the river’s edge. Enjoy innovative American cuisine from either the regular or pub menu in one of their quiet wooden-beamed, stone-and-plaster walled dining rooms, tin-ceilinged and ceramic-walled cozy bar, outside front porch overlooking the Delaware River and Riegelsville Bridge or on the rear terrace bordering the canal. Live music is featured Fridays and Saturdays in the pub / bar; open Mic Night is on Mondays. Located 10 minutes north of us on Delaware Road in Riegelsville. 610-749-0100.|
|Golden Pheasant – Contemporary French country cuisine. Newly renovated by chef/owners Blake Faure (daughter of Michael Faure) and Jonathan Collier Ramsay. Enjoy an upscale and relaxing dining experience (entrees range from $30 to $50). The 1857 fieldstone inn features updated dining and tavern rooms, stone walls, hardwood floors, recessed windows, ceiling beams and a fireplace, for a true Bucks County atmosphere. 30 minutes away on River Road in Erwinna. 610-294-9595.
|Piper Tavern – Traditional and updated American cuisine consistently prepared. Extensive dinner, tavern and light-fare menus offered. Choice of Caesar, Heart of Iceberg Lettuce w/Bleu Cheese or house salad accompany the meal. Great warm dinner rolls and sweet butter. Choose to sit in the romantic Porch Room, the main dining room or an informal tavern room. Generous portions and ample drinks. 10 minutes away Rt. 413 & Dark Hollow Rd., Pipersville. 215-766-7100.
|Carversville Inn – Historic bar and restaurant in the charming village of Carversville. Enjoy creative regional American cuisine by Chef Will Mathias in beautifully restored dining rooms and bar. So worth the 25-minute drive. Aquetong & Carversville Rds. 215-297-0900.
Black Bass Hotel – Steeped in history this Delaware River road establishment has its roots as a stagecoach hotel and eatery dating back to 1745. George Washington and his
troops were once turned away because the owner was a loyalist of the British during the Revolutionary War. Reopened and remodeled in 2008, the inn features inside dining and spectacular outside patio and balcony river-view sitting.
3774 River Rd, Lumberville 215-297-9260
Marsha Brown Restaurant – Refined Creole and Cajun cuisine and a happening bar lounge inside a dramatically designed 125 year old stone church. Bourbon Street ostentatious with 40 foot ceilings, a thirty foot Baroque mural , curving staircases, stained glass windows and antique furnishings. A true experience for special occasions (starches/vegetables/even certain sauces are ala carte).
The restaurant features a raw bar, salads, the New Orleans staples – Gumbo Ya Ya, Jambalaya, crawfish, prawns and catfish as well as steaks, crab cakes and lobster. One remarkable dish is Eggplant Ophelia (shrimp, crabmeat and eggplant casserole in a creole butter sauce); Marsha Brown’s mother’s favorite recipe. For dessert there is a unique Grandmeres Comfort Vanilla Custard and the traditional Southern Pecan Pie in addition to other sweet offerings.
Located 15 miles southeast in the center of New Hope at 15 S. Main St 215-862-7044