Top 15 Places to Eat in Bucks County
From Steak Houses to BBQ Joints, Bucks County Has You Covered
Published: 2022-06-21 21:20:05
Between our Bucks County roofing jobs, our Mighty Dogs like to eat well, so we compiled a list of our favorite spots in the area to head to after work. From burgers and fries to more adventurous bites, here's a list of the top 15 places to get a good meal in Bucks County.
This historic spot is one of the oldest restaurants in Bucks County, and it's definitely worth a visit. Originally known as the White Swan Inn in the 1830s, the Yardley Inn has been a stopping point for travelers for nearly 200 years.
The chefs serve up classic American fare with a modern twist, and they've got adventurous daily specials to boot. Some of our favorites include the Yardley Burger and the classic Crab Cakes.
If you're in the mood for a hearty, home-cooked meal, look no further than Quakertown Family Restaurant. This cozy spot has been serving up classic diner fare since 1992, and they're available with great hours. They've got all your favorites like pancakes, burgers, and fries, plus an expansive breakfast menu and specialty soups made from scratch daily, so you can rest assured you're not getting it from a can.
KC Prime is a Steakhouse known for its prime cuts and slightly more adventurous meals.
This upscale spot is perfect for a date night or special occasion. With an extensive menu of steaks, seafood, and chops, there's something for everyone at KC Prime. They also have a raw bar with fresh oysters and clams if you're feeling adventurous. The wine list is impressive, too, so you can easily find a bottle to pair with your meal.
If you're looking for a truly unique dining experience, look no further than Bocelli's. This spot is known for its authentic Italian cuisine, and they've got an impressive wine list to boot. The chefs use only the freshest ingredients, so you know you're getting a top-quality meal.
With a wide variety of pasta, salads, and meat dishes, Bocelli's hits the mark every time.
This modern steakhouse is known for its unique atmosphere and delicious food. The menu features Asian American fusion with a twist, as the owners hail from Uzbekistan, Russia, and the Middle East. The steaks are cooked to perfection, and they've got a great selection of seafood and exotic starters as well.
They offer both takeout and in-house service, and if you're looking for something sweet, we can't recommend the dessert menu highly enough.
This barbecue spot is dedicated to celebrating first responders, military members, and veterans. Mission BBQ opened its doors on September 11th, 2011, 10 years after the Twin Tower attacks that changed America forever. Their mission is to show their patriotism through food, especially through American BBQ. With a patriotic atmosphere and mouth-watering food, it's no wonder this place is always packed.
They've got all of your favorite barbecue staples like ribs, pulled pork, and smoked chicken, plus a wide variety of sides. The portions are large, so come hungry.
Tony's Place is a local favorite for a reason. This affordable spot has been serving up Italian fare since 1951, and they're not afraid to show their age. With an old-school atmosphere and classic menu items, Tony's Place is the perfect spot to take a break from all the newfangled restaurants popping up everywhere but still get that luxury taste.
Though it features casual menu items like pizza, sandwiches, and pasta, this restaurant and bar is actually a fairly luxury establishment.
If you're in the mood for sushi, Ooka is the place to go. With a wide variety of nigiri, sashimi, and rolls, there's something for everyone at this sushi bar. They also have hibachi grills if you're looking for a more interactive dining experience. The chefs are always happy to chat and make your meal a truly memorable experience.
OOKA also has a full bar, so you can enjoy a cocktail with your sushi.
Bonefish Grill is a national chain, but their food is anything but average. This seafood spot is known for its wood-grilled fish, and they have a wide variety of both fresh and saltwater options.
The menu changes seasonally to make sure you're getting the freshest fish possible, and they have a wide selection of sides and appetizers. If you're gluten-free or bringing a picky kiddo along, don't worry, Bonefish has plenty of safe options for everyone.
This gastropub is a favorite among both locals and tourists. With a menu full of both American and British classics, there's something for everyone at the Iron Abbey. They've got all your pub favorites like fish and chips, shepherd's pie, and burgers.
They also have a great selection of beer, so you can enjoy a pint with your meal. The Iron Abbey is the perfect spot to watch a game or catch up with friends, and locals are not afraid to show their team spirit at this establishment so come prepared.
This breakfast and lunch spot is a local favorite for bakery sweets and treats as well classic American casual dining. We enjoy stopping by after an early morning game or to meet up for a lunch spot.
With a menu full of both classic American diner fare and more inventive options, Lancers has something for everyone. Their breakfast menu is particularly noteworthy, as they've got all your favorites like pancakes, eggs, bacon, and toast.
This deli is a great spot for a casual lunch or early dinner. With a wide variety of sandwiches, salads, and soups, you can't go wrong with Pumpernicks. They've got all the classics like roast beef, turkey, and tuna salad, plus more unique options like the Reuben and pastrami on rye.
Pumpernicks is also a great spot for breakfast, as they've got a wide selection of both hot and cold options. From bagels to egg sandwiches to oatmeal, you can't go wrong with Pumpernicks Deli.
Giuseppe’s is a great spot for pizza and casual family dining. With a wide variety of both classic and inventive pizzas, Giuseppe’s has something for everyone. They also have a great selection of sides, including salads, breadsticks, and wings.
If you’re not in the mood for pizza, Giuseppe’s also has a wide variety of pasta, soups, and sandwiches.
The Metropolitan is a great spot for both casual and upscale dining. The menu features classic American fare with a modern twist. The Metropolitan also has a full bar, making it the perfect place to unwind after a long day.
We like to order off the Chef's Daily Features for fresh and unique fare that's sure to hit the spot. Prices are reasonable and portions are generous, making this a must-visit on your Bucks County list.
Look no farther than NaBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse if you're searching for a one-of-a-kind dining experience. This authentic churrascaria offers all-you-can-eat Brazilian BBQ, complete with traditional side dishes.
The meats are cooked to perfection and the servers are always happy to give you a little taste of everything carved right on your plate hot and fresh. The price is on the higher side, but it's worth it for the quality of food and experience.
Table Of Contents
- The Yardley Inn Restaurant and Bar
- Quakertown Family Restaurant
- KC Prime
- Bocelli's Restaurant
- Samarkand Steakhouse
- Mission BBQ
- Tony's Place Bar & Grill
- OOKA Sushi Bar and Hibachi Steak house
- Bonefish Grill
- Iron Abbey
- Lancers Diner
- Pumpernicks Deli
- Giuseppes’s Pizza & Family Restaurant
- The Metropolitan, American Diner & Bar
- NaBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse
- Other Things Of Interest In and Around Bucks County