AL FRESCO DINING
Warm weather and beautiful Bucks County views make for perfect outdoor dining conditions. From tables for two overlooking the picturesque Delaware River, to lush secret garden patios, Bucks County has an al fresco seat for all!
- Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of New Hope at the Logan Inn where you can tempt your taste buds with American continental cuisine on the outdoor terrace.
- Located within the 18th-century-style shopping destination of Peddler's Village, the Buttonwood Grill offers casual fare and an extensive craft beer list. The outdoor patio overlooks winding pathways leading to quaint shops and landscaped gardens. Be sure to try their signature dish, a half-pound "Butcher's Burger."
- The large outdoor brick patio at the Bridgetown Mill House is open through the spring, summer and fall before the cold weather. Sip a drink at the bar or enjoy a seasonal tapas menu with a view of a fountain and nature in comfortable temperatures.
- Located across the street from Washington Crossing Historic Park's Bowman’s Hill Tower, is Bowman's Tavern. Climb to the top to see the gorgeous fall foliage before heading to the porch here for a good meal. Try the Bowman Burger or some Seared Scallops!
- Right on the Delaware River, you can dock and dine your boat and come on up for a meal at High Tides in Bensalem! Try their light Apple Crisp Salad, or, The Godfather Sandwich, topped with sliced ribeye, bacon, American and cooper cheese and mozzarella sticks.
- Dine where General George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River at Washington Crossing Inn. Covered by a lush canopy of trees, the breathtaking secret garden comes to life as the outdoor patio areas are filled with local ingredients and hungry guests.
- Sample contemporary American cuisine made with fresh, seasonal ingredients at the Historic King George II Inn, established in 1681. Located on the Delaware River, the inn offers five dining rooms, a historic tavern and an outdoor riverfront patio for al fresco dining.
- With large open windows bringing in natural light and its beautiful décor, Karla's Restaurant has been serving their homemade recipes and cocktails since 1978. With one of the most enticing menus in New Hope, dishes include fries smothered in cheese, bacon and jalapenos, as well as gourmet meals such as blackened tilapia tacos and braised beef short ribs with seared scallops.
- The quaint Lumberville General Store and restaurant stands true to its name, with the entirety of the restaurant being made from lumber! The outdoors is surrounded by personal fire pits for a nippy Fall night with an Organic Hot Tea Pot and some Crème Puffs.
- Martine's Riverhouse Restaurant in New Hope is a delightful yellow river house serves as the perfect place to grab cocktails on a date or with friends. Sit above the river out on the patio, or inside overlooking it. Try the Green Goddess Sandwich or split the Pate Maison.
- The upscale establishment known as the Riegelsville Inn overlooks the Riegelsville bridge looks beautiful at night when the bridge lights up. Take comfort in knowing that the vast seafood menu is also very affordable for an exceptional dining experience!
- Take in a breathtaking view of the Delaware River while dining at one of Bucks County's oldest inns, Black Bass Hotel. Situated riverside with outdoor tables and umbrellas, the river deck offers picturesque scenery while you taste coffee, cocktails or even a fabulous Sunday brunch!
- Experience fresh air, fresh flavors and refreshingly friendly service with canal side dining at Lambertville Station, just steps away from the unique shops of historic New Hope. Each of the restaurant’s savory dishes is prepared using herbs from the garden on-site with more than 25 varieties to choose from!
- Dine in style at the newly renovated Rocco's at The Brick. Enjoy the seasonal menu featuring rotating specials while taking in the views of Newtown.
- Triumph Brewing Company is a funky gastropub popular for hosting yoga, trivia and live music, is right next to the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad’s, a vintage steam locomotive, tracks! Watch the train pass and bring your furry friend – it’s a dog-friendly patio.
- Yardley Inn, a Bucks County institution is literally a stone’s throw from the Delaware River employs a true steakhouse, three-course dining experience. What better to complement an amazing meal than with an amazing view!